By: James MacPherson Electric cars currently account for only two percent of the new vehicle market. The auto industry, however, believes this will change. Major players, such as General Motors and Volkswagen, are predicting a rosy future for electric vehicles, or EVs. As Bob Lutz, former head of global product development at General Motors, wrote […]
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