Driverless cars aren’t ready for prime time yet but analysts say electric vehicles definitely are, and that 2020 could go down as the year of the EV.
The Motley Fool says, “Range anxiety isn’t completely gone, but today it shouldn’t be any harder to drive an EV a long distance than a conventional vehicle. Many have ranges of over 250 miles on a single charge, and the charging infrastructure across the U.S. is accessible almost anywhere. According to German website Statista, there are 20,000 charging locations and 57,000 charging plugs across the U.S.”
Kia and Hyundai are both set to launch EVs with ranges of 250+ miles on a single charge, and Porsche is readying to roll out its $103,800 Taycan, designed to take on the electric supercar market with a less-than-three-second, zero to 60 time and 256 miles of range.
Read the whole story here and tell us in the comments–is your organization beefing up charging capabilities next year?