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The economic realities of electric car?
Supposedly Tesla batteries retain ~95% of capacity after 200,000 miles of driving. Few people drive that far before upgrading their car anyway. Are there any fuel cell cars on the market? I know there are a few experimental buses in London. What’s driving the growth of electric cars is that the technology has reached the point of being competitive with petrol in terms of range and lifespan and increasingly huge mass production is bringing unit cost down. I’m not sure anyone is doing that with fuel cells.
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RE: The economic realities of electric car? - by Rynn - 01-19-2018, 09:01 PM

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