Debunking EV myths: The success of EVs is linked to the oil price

Research shows that EV sales are rising constantly even when graphed against volatile gasoline prices. The cost of gasoline may be a factor for some people but it is not the number one factor. Gasoline cars will never be cheaper to run than electric cars.

True but at present gas/petrol is $2 per gallon. You can put 400 miles of energy in the vehicle in 5 minutes. At present Electrical vehicles are a significant premium when compared with a liquid fueled car of equal accomodation.

The next 10 years are going to be interesting. After that I won’t care. Will the lawn mower be gas or electric?

What say you?