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I think the bottom line of it is this. EV's are sort of a 1 trick pony at this point (maybe two-performance and local driving). I just don't see a typical family (if there is such a thing at this point) with two parents and a kid or two living in the suburbs being able to go all electric. I can see one electric and one all gas or hybrid. I see us a long way off from a typical household being to go all electric cars. There needs to be a LOT more market penetration combined with major improvements in charging speed (or an alternative like 5 minute battery swaps) to have any hope of supplanting gas powered vehicles.