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    Quote Originally Posted by ss12 View Post
    Chevy started selling the volt in 2011. The average price of gas was $3.53. The highest price of gas was in 2012 which was $3.64. Every since then gas has been coming down thanks to more car manufacturers producing electric vehicles. Gas is as cheap as it every has been. In 1964 if you had 3 silver dimes you could buy a gallon of gas. Today if you had "one" of those dimes you could buy a gallon of gas.

    Once again you are being politically absurd with yet another illusional lie.

    Energy is cheap because Trump tore up the regulations and made the country energy independent, With fuel being plentiful as a result the prices are down.

    Electric vehichles are not the answer until they literally recharge themselves almost completely while being driven.

    You will not admit that electric cars are being forced on the public in the false claim of saving the planet.

    The planet is in far more danger from Globalists/Communists than it is from the made up climate crisis they are using ro push control over people.

    Now you are either really not smart at all or you really do know what the progressives are trying to do to the world. One world government under tyranical control of evil people.
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    Lithium pollution!!!
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    Child labor.

    "Much of the cobalt used in lithium-ion batteries comes from a country where children work in mines. A CNN investigation has found that child labor is still being used to mine the valuable mineral at some operations in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)."

    Apple, Google, Microsoft, Tesla and Dell sued over child-mined cobalt from Africa - https://www.cbsnews.com/news/apple-g...es-2019-12-17/

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    Depending on the Congo for cobalt doesn't seem like a very consistent or sustainable business model???
    Where is the move over flag when you need it?????

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    wow very interesting thread, gm electric cars by 2035 , who's to say we do not already have that kind technology yet , wont even need a car that recharges its self nor needs to even stop to be rechared. wait that like out of a scifi movie

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    very interesting thread, gm electric cars by 2035 , who's to say we do not already have that kind technology yet , wont even need a car that recharges its self nor needs to even stop to be rechared. wait that like out of a scifi movie

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    Sorry for the necroposting. I stumbled across this thread and can't say a word. I think things should definitely change by 2035, with the gas option not being unrealistic itself. Unless alternative power sources are found, most industries will switch to similar alternatives to oil and gasoline, etc. Personally, I think the future may very well be in nuclear power if we can curb it. Because as long as they sell all kinds of cable extenders like evadept.com and Chinese generators, we're not likely to get very far.
    Last edited by BrawnShweizug; 10-08-2021 at 03:29 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ss12 View Post
    How about the best selling truck Ford's f150. The most powerful electric truck in 2023, Will it be a f 150 or a E 150?

    https://www.caranddriver.com/ford/f-150-electric


    Towing capacity is sure to be nothing short of heroic. Ford staged an event in July 2019 to prove that its prototype could tow a 1,000,000-pound section of train cars loaded with F-150s. Official capacity will likely be quite a bit lower than that, and it's unclear yet how Ford intends to retain the truck's electric driving range when pulling a heavy trailer.
    Just plug an F150 into your mouth and charge it with BS!!!! hahahaha
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    Sheeeesh!!! Electric vehicles on the brain just because of Elites trying to gain more power and control. Climate change is all fake and electric vehicles are not the answer, it's just a way of of making us pay more and become totally dependant on the government.
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