California plans to say 35% of new car sales must be EVs by 2025. Is the market ready?

Russ Mitchell
Los Angeles Times

More than a third of new passenger cars and trucks sold in California in 2025 would have to be zero-emission vehicles in 2025 under a new proposal from the California Air Resources Board.

To get there, electric cars would have to nearly triple last year's market share of 13% in four years.