Electric cars will remain. This is no longer a problem. The main question we have to ask is when will they move from a specialized market to a fully dominant one?
The answer lies in three main points
Tesla and GM are actively working on this and know that Tesla vehicles already meet the range requirements, but that's not the point. To make the electric car accessible to everyone, it must be truly accessible to everyone.
Many see the lack of power outlets as a societal issue, but home charging should also be a focus. However, it may be necessary to go a little further and require a continuous current fast charger.
On the inside, cities are a real pain. Pumping the energy needed for fast charging creates too many problems in densely populated areas. There you need to charge level 2 for large car parks such as offices, condos and apartments (cough, cough problems). Before you rush to swallow, consider that most city dwellers rarely drive more than 20 miles a day and need enough energy to get through the day.
In the US, SUVs are generally very fond of, and many buy a good sports coupe to start with, but ultimately want something more. Some have announced their intention to attack this market, but so far no one has revealed anything other than conceptual plans.
There's no need to spoil the deal, but it could be the final nail in the coffin for consumer gasoline cars.
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