With the move to electric vehicles by 2035, when do you think it will be the time to pull the trigger on modding your car? I am assuming that nearing that time frame companies will start to phase out ICE motor parts. What do y'all think?
With the move to electric vehicles by 2035...
I doubt we will ever see the end of ICE. Especially not here in this country. Why? It will take a century to go through and upgrade the ENTIRE electrical grid to RELIABLY supply the power for automobiles through a cable that liquid hydrocarbon provides.
Certain pockets in this country can rapidly switch. The average persone doesnt give a **** about electric cars. Also, when EVERYONE see's their power bill skyrocket there will be a mighty reckoning.
coool story, broThe automakers are virtue signaling right now and spreading their ass cheeks far and wide because leftists are in power. But when it comes time to actually maintain their businesses, they wont be able to do it on electric vehicles alone. They will be producing ICE vehicles for decades to come.
coool story, bro
Pretty much every automaker announced they will be phasing out ICE vehicles. It is over. If someone wants an awesome high performance vehicle brand new, now is pretty much the time to buy. I put my money where my mouth is and ordered a new '22 ZL1 1LE. What are you buying?