Many developed countries are making plans to decrease the number of internal combustion engine cars and to replace them with cleaner electric vehicles. Britain and France are keen on banning traditional diesel engine cards completely by 2040, thus contributing to the protection of the environment and to the decrease of pollution levels in crowded areas and in big cities.
According to experts at Morgan Stanley, by 2050, half of the billion cars on the roads will be electric. As batteries have become much cheaper, the total cost of owning an EV is the same as the cost of owning an ICE car. Read More