China’s electric car strategy’s implications for U.S. energy security

By 2030, McKinsey estimates more than a third to almost half of vehicles sold in China and Europe will be battery-powered and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. The anticipated market share for the U.S. is far lower at roughly 17% to 36%, up from 3% this year.     
— Read on www.cnbc.com/2020/10/23/chinas-electric-car-strategys-implications-for-us-energy-security.html

and guesstimates like this are usually exceeded

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