88Comrade2000 Posted March 12, 2020 Share Posted March 12, 2020 (edited) This was originally the EV- Electric Vehicle Thread but I decided to expand it to include all types of vehicles. Electric,Hybrids, Autonomous, Cars, Trucks, SUVs, CUVS, etc... The original first post is below: . . . . . . . . . . . . A major change is happening in the automotive industry. The rise of Electric Vehicles. Tesla is going to have plenty of competition as every automaker is developing electric vehicles. They already do now. Here's every electric vehicle on sale in the US for 2020 and its range >>> It's getting easier, slowly but surely, to plug in to electric motoring. EVs are becoming an increasingly common sight on US roads, along with the charging stations needed to keep 'em juiced up. A few brands seem to dominate the news cycle when it comes to new electric cars, but there are actually well over a dozen fully electric models on sale in the US today. That in mind, here's a list of every electric vehicle on sale in the US, and how far each will go on a single charge, according to the EPA.... <<< More EVs are due to come online. By 2030-2035 that's all there will be. The old internal combustion engine will be made obsolete. Every automaker is going to electrify their fleet. Thing is, will the public be ready. In order for electric vehicles to reach that mass popularity, 4 things need to happen: 1. Right now, EVs cost alot. They need to go down in price and be comparable in price to what today's automobile costs. 2. The range has to be the same as gasoline powered vehicles. 3. Instant charging. You need to be able to charge instantly. People don't want to wait forever to charge their vehicles. 4. Charging stations everywhere. Pretty much you replace gas pumps with charging stations. You still have one or two gas pumps but most pumps are replaced with charging stations. Here's a couple of E-Vehicles coming soon: 2021 Ford Mustang Mach E Here's another one: 2022 VolksWagon Microbus So, do you see yourself in an electric vehicle soon? In 10 to 15 years, that's probably all that will be available. Edited March 20, 2021 by Rdskns2000 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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