The Observatoire Cetelem on the auto industry

Europeans and electric cars With La Fée Électricité (The Electricity Fairy), a huge painting measuring 624 m², Raoul Dufy demonstrated in 1936 that this form of energy could fuel the imagination. A hundred years earlier, a miniature vehicle built by Thomas Davenport proved that it could also be used for transport. Today, electricity stands for […]

Europeans and electric cars

With La Fée Électricité (The Electricity Fairy), a huge painting measuring 624 m², Raoul Dufy demonstrated in 1936 that this form of energy could fuel the imagination. A hundred years earlier, a miniature vehicle built by Thomas Davenport proved that it could also be used for transport. Today, electricity stands for reality and mobility, taking advantage of an environment that has set all its indicators to green.observatoire-cetelem-de-l-automobile-2012