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Old 10-31-2019, 01:43 PM   #28 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by litesong View Post
Everyone knows my preference for Hyundai. However, Hyundai's inability to find good quantities of battery sources, has crippled their path into the EV market. This has colored their EV past & appears to be affecting their future EV outlook. The Ioniq was rated the most efficient EV & I was waiting for it to come out with a 64(+?) kW-hr battery pack.... which has NOT occurred.
Inability? If Hyundai "shows the money", they will suddenly be "able". It suggests EV isn't their top priority at the moment, probably because it isn't the most profitable thing for them to be doing.

What non-Chinese (always capitalized because the rules of English require nouns to be capitalized) has EVs accounting for a sizable portion of their sales except Tesla?

My point is that all EV manufacturers suffer the same problem; that batteries carry significant shortcomings compared to a gas tank.
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