Electric vehicles might be chic or still on the fringe right now (although the electric motor has been around for more than 100 years). Yet not surprisingly, EVs are heading toward the mainstream.
With the introduction of legitimate electric vehicles from Detroit-area auto manufacturers it indicates just how impactful EVs are, or soon will be. Tesla has many automakers attention for sure.
According to InsideEvs, during the first seven months of 2020, almost 1.2 million passenger plug-in cars were sold globally. This showing doesn’t come close to the growth predicted back in 2014. Nonetheless, EVs are booming in Europe, and now the US is taking a much harder look, developing some of the most innovative EVs on the market.
We sat down with Steve Birkett of FindTheBestCarPrice.com, for a Q & A session on today’s EVs. Here’s what he had to say.
TN: Right now, EVs…