Has anyone read anything about the 2021 Ford Mustang 5 door SUV? I reserved one in early February, hoping to see one by Christmas, but I think that's changed.
Actually being retired I don't drive that much. A friend has a Tesla model 3 and enjoys his 300 or so miles of range and the ability to get an 80% charge in 30 minutes.Unless your life fits into the restrictions of an all electric car, they are not a viable solution. And to fit it, you have to really not drive much to begin with and when you do, fairly short distances.
Hybrids on the other hand make more sense, you can keep moving no matter what, but they are still not perfect.
The arguments can go on and on, but I wonder how 'Green' these cars really are. What happens to those batteries when they are worthless? And at the cost of those batteries how many cars just get scrapped altogether when the battery dies? Then there is the issue of the resources that go into making those batteries, and I've read that materials like lithium are limited long term.