The market landscape of Electric trucks in the GCC

The landscape of electric vehicles has been rapidly evolving in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region. The concept of electric trucks is gaining momentum and transforming the way goods are transported. From bustling urban centers to vast desert highways, electric trucks are gradually becoming an integral part of the logistics and transportation industry in the GCC.

Due to the harmful effects of fossil fuel emissions, the demand for low-emission trucks has increased. Now, consumers are opting for electric vehicles due to fluctuating fuel prices, improved fuel economy, increased energy security, and reduced emissions.

Furthermore, advancements in technology have led to the integration of smart features in commercial vehicles. These include GPS tracking systems, telematics, and connectivity solutions that enhance fleet management and optimize logistics operations.

The transition from conventional to Electric vehicles has been driven by a growing geopolitical position in the Middle East, a crude oil exporter. Moreover, the high greenhouse gas emissions from fuel-based trucks are causing climate-changing problems that make the government find viable options.

The electric trucks market report extensively covers market segmentation by propulsion (hybrid & battery electric trucks), vehicle type (light trucks & heavy-duty trucks), and geography (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, and Bahrain).