Okay Bob, in all reality, I'm gonna tell you the bald truth.
No current production electric cars, and no such cars in the next ten years, would be good for you to buy, because they would absolutely not meet your driving and towing needs. No argument there. I totally get it.
BUT, they do and will fill the driving needs of more than half the U.S. population, without question. So why keep making outrageously negative and false statements about electric cars?
Puff up mileage claims? Bob, the original Leaf got only about 45 miles on a charge. That was the best a general production electric car could do in 2010. Eight years later, the upgraded Tesla 3 gets 220 miles per charge, and based on current technology, that is nowhere near the best an electric car can do.
Sorry Bob, but they are coming and coming fast.
During the next 12 months, one-half a million new all-electric cars will be sold in the U.S. alone. (The Tesla Model 3 is on track to comprise 300,000 of them.) An equal number will be sold in Europe, and double that will be sold in China.
So, go ahead and hate them Bob. We don't care. I guess the 500,00 Americans who will be buying them this year (whom you claim are all rich), are morons, and you are smarter than they? Geez, I wonder how they got so rich?