I suppose if you don’t ever go places and do things with your life, but for the majority of Americans that just can’t cut it. I don’t know what I’ll do tomorrow, I could end up two states away if that’s what the day brings.Haha. My Ford Focus ST had 250 mile range when full. Your argument is flawed. An EV can be your only vehicle.
I dunno, Electricity comes from clean coal technology... that's hard to pass up. LMFAO.The part you all ignore is how to produce the hydrogen. The easiest way currently, is to crack crude oil just like they refine to make gasoline. Problem s, it takes forty times more ENERGY to crack the crude to extract the hydrogen. So you want to use up forty more times the amount of energy to create a fuel? Gasoline wins again.
I am not a truck person but I am impressed with this truck and the price tag. I think this is the one vehicle in the market that has found the sweet spot between utility and price. Most other EVs always seem too far removed from reality due to design or price. That said, I am still a bronco person. The only thing that can shake me out of my current decision is if the Warthog is an EV or hybrid and has an option under 60k (obviously the fully loaded version will be like 85k)
Just give that thing to the passenger to crank going down the road. Maybe a windmill on the roof.Well there is always this device in a pinch, when stuck off-road with an electric. Might take a few days of cranking though.