This is an interesting take on the tax money spent on EV charging infrastructure.
Even though I have felt the lack of EV charging infrastructures on the road in my own area, I mostly agree with the points made in the article. Our household recently switched from a two-car household (Pathfinder hybrid mid-size SUV and Prius Prime PHEV midsize passenger car) to a single-car (Escape PHEV compact SUV). If a single car does not work for two drivers, then I will likely look for a BEV as our second car. But I know BEV as currently available on market is not suitable as the only car for us. Not for our location, climate, and lifestyle.
I have a feeling that, for many, the lack of charging infrastructure is not the only or even the...
日産が2シーターオープンEV初公開！『Max-Out』を本社ギャラリーに展示 | MOBY [モビー]
Nissan unveiled a 2-seat open EV called Max-Out. Concept car, but everybody is definitely looking.
"The actual car of the concept car "Max-Out" is unveiled for the first time
On February 2, 2023, Nissan unveiled the actual car of the 2-seater open concept car "Max-Out" for the first time.
Max-Out will appear as a virtual model at "Nissan Ambition 2030" held by Nissan in November 2021. This time, the actual car was unveiled for the first time.
In addition, Nissan will hold “Nissan FUTURE” at the Nissan Global Headquarters Gallery in Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture, and Max-Out will be exhibited in the gallery throughout the event period."
Interesting article, considering how to spread the battery resources: predominantly pure EV's vs a mix with more plug-ins and hybrids.
Toyota Calls On Science To Tell EV-Only Extremists That They’re Wrong
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