how many electric cars are selling; what percent of the market are they? what is the demand for these highly subsidized vehicles?
got it in....... 5?Or were you asking about the chevy volt?
yup. had they only waited for ole Henry Ford to come along they could have had a horseless carriage for much less.Or those fools who bought all those ridiculously expensive handmade horseless carriages?
right now the "alternative cars" are a toy; much like the original cars. they are something for the wealthy to show off - but the demand and the price are not currently conducive for them to become a mass-transit vehicle.
you know, it's hilarious, but this is the exact same example that Thomse Sowell uses when he destroys the argument that international free trade ("offshoring") increases unemployment.Eventually forcing the closure of hundreds of wagon and buggy whip shops.
Which destroyed our economy and our country in the process.