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      04-10-2020, 06:01 AM   #3722
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Originally Posted by ynguldyn View Post
This is a very good analogy, including the points that future ICE cars will cost a ton of money, be built by boutique manufacturers, will be mostly used as fashion accessories and not for actual transportation, and will be owned only by a small percentage of the population.
Perhaps, but there are still a lot of ICE cars on the roads today. And as we can all agree about 98% of all vehicles sold this year will be ICE. Even as people move to EV and they take market share the average life expectancy of a car sold today is 11.8 years. Nobody knows for sure how long it will take for EV's to take over the majority of the market or if they will ever for that matter. But given the infrastructure requirements for both ICE and EV it's pretty safe to say that ICE will be around for decades.