Despite practically every automaker making plans to go entirely electric, Toyota is veering away from the trend. Toyota is the largest vehicle manufacturer in the world, with 11.5% share in vehicles sold, however they continue to steer clear of producing EV’s. Why? The hydrogen combustion engine. Hydrogen Combustion May Outperform Read more…
The IEA predicts EV’s to make up only 15% of new car sales in 2030, contrasting with the Biden Administration’s 67% target. Are we Surprised?
It doesn’t seem like American’s are rushing to adopt electric vehicles as their primary vehicle, and that is at odds with the goals of the EPA and Biden Administration. It looks like, unless major breakthroughs are made in EV technology, that the combustion engine will still reign supreme.
Are Electric Vehicles better or worse than owning a gasoline-powered vehicle? What are the maintenance costs? EV’s are expensive to buy, but how expensive are they to own? Do they have less maintenance than traditional gas-powered cars? Are there any hidden expenses nobody talks about?
Switzerland might become the first country in the world to restrict Electric Vehicle charging this winter.
Electric vehicles may face restrictions this winter.