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🚗⚡️ Japan's Auto Industry in Turmoil: Losing the EV Race ⚡️



Japan, renowned for its carmaking prowess, is facing a significant setback in the global electric vehicle (EV) race. While leading the industry in hybrid cars and just-in-time manufacturing, Japan's transition to EVs has been slow, with only 2% of cars sold in Japan being electric compared to 13% worldwide.
Established giants like Nissan and Toyota are struggling to keep pace with newcomers like Tesla and Germany's Volkswagen. Toyota, the world's largest car company, sold a mere 24,000 EVs in 2022, while Tesla sold a whopping 1.3 million.

Critics fear that this delay could have far-reaching consequences, as the automotive sector accounts for nearly 20% of Japan's exports and 8% of jobs. The pressure is mounting for Japanese automakers to revamp their strategies and catch up in the EV market.
Will Japan's renowned carmakers shift gears in time to reclaim their position in the electrification revolution? Stay tuned as we witness the electrifying journey of Japan's auto industry! ⚡️🚀
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