Innovative charging services are not as difficult to learn as they are. If the advantages of the service plan proposed by Sanpower are well received by users, it is easy for traditional cars to learn. The product threshold is relatively high and the learning cycle is very long, so the innovation of electric vehicles should start from the product itself.
Electric vehicles can have a lot of room for innovation, including intelligent aspects (driving assistance, screen), front and rear storage space of the car, and so on. In addition, is it possible to keep the car constantly upgraded in terms of hardware, not just software? For example, replacing a battery, control system, camera, autopilot, assisted driving system, and even skylights. If this can be done, it will bring about innovation in business models and user values.
With the rise of the Internet of Things and the maturity of big data applications, electric vehicles need to combine products and services to more accurately predict user needs and provide personalized services. Finally, the user's behaviors of car purchase, car use, and travel have also changed with the popularity of electric vehicles. Electric vehicle manufacturers also need to make timely adjustments at the user contact points and sales methods.
I believe that in the future, the city will certainly cover more charging services and facilities, and the future of high-end electric vehicles will be just around the corner.