Mastering the Production of Electric Vehicles as One of the Modern Instruments for the Development of the Iranian Automotive Industry


  • Behzad Saberi Department of National Economics, Faculty of Economics, RUDN University, Russia
  • Morteza Heydari Department of Cybernetics and Mechatronics of the Engineering Academy of the RUDN University, Russia



The article analyzes the problems of introducing electric vehicles, as wellas their difference from cars with internal combustion engines. This type oftransport has long been included in our everyday life. Today, in the era ofthe heyday of technology, a person understands that cars with an internalcombustion engine (ICE) are almost on the edge of their existence. Atpresent, the development of the production of electric vehicles should beconsidered as a promising direction of the Iranian automobile industry. Atthe moment, this market in Iran is not yet occupied by foreign companies,and therefore national companies have a chance to use the strategy of“growth together with the market”.


Automotive; Electric car; Vehicle; Ecology; Pollution; Fuel consumption; Industry development


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How to Cite

Saberi, B., & Heydari, M. (2021). Mastering the Production of Electric Vehicles as One of the Modern Instruments for the Development of the Iranian Automotive Industry. Journal of Architectural Environment & Structural Engineering Research, 4(4), 18–30.


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