Not just that, I also believe DRIVERLESS cars are going to be the future. It will be safer, more economic, and pretty cool in my opinion
I think that in the coming years electric vehicles will replace the internal combustion means, because they possess several advantages. They are silent, non-polluting and saves on the cost of insurance, fuel and maintenance. Even companies can use with excellent results utility electric vehicles in all areas (trade, agriculture, industry, etc. ..).
Sadly yes I do think that electric cars will replace gas/diesel car I the future. I don't want it to happen but everything must come to an end at some point.
I think that there are a lot of factors that will affect whether this will happen or not - most importantly if it does not become easier to finance electric cars and the ease of getting the car charged up.
Frankly, I doubt it. Gasoline and other liquid fuels are just more
efficient than electric vehicles. For EV, you have to buy much more
expensive car, it's range is pretty limited, charging takes time and
you have to replace your battery pack after several years at a
http://www.greencarreports.com/news/1096801_tesla-model-s-battery-life-how-much-range-loss-for-electric-car-over-time EVs do have some advantages like lower fuel cost, but modern IC
engines are also quite economic, so a trip from Dallas to Austin -
http://en.cutway.net/distance/20697-20664/ - will only cost you about $12 for a fuel. And that traveling
distance is close to impossible for most electrocars. Fuel
availability is very good right now, and it is possible to make
artificial gasoline, if necessary.
I don't think so, not completely anyway. Petrol and diesel cars are easier to fix than electric cars, they are more hardy.