Without enough EVs to replace gas-guzzlers, net-zero is doomed to fail

The road map to replacing old-fashioned carbon-emitting cars with electric vehicles is well developed – at least in theory. All the major car makers (and even some of the smaller ones) are publicly committed to electric. But actually, buying a new electric car? That’s another matter entirely. Volkswagen, the largest car manufacturer in the world, recently announced it had sold out of electric vehicles in the US and Europe for the rest of 2022. Ford’s E-Transit sold out before it had even started making them. Even the most basic (lower specification) version of Tesla’s Model 3 vehicle will now not be delivered for over a…

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