2016 Honda CTX700 DCT
True, some people are just realizing how badly we need to build out a charging infrastructure (including power generation, transmission and storage), but little or none of that infrastructure has been started. We can expect a last minute crash-construction wave when customers decide electric vehicles are ready for prime time, but that wave will be expensive, and costs won't be cheap. (Personally, I'm hoping solar cells at individual homes will be a big help for many to generate their own power, but not everyone has their own home, so that won't help them.)Interesting article, but who's got a grid that will supply that much current? Not California during a wildfire nor Texas during a cold snap.