Return of the Electric Car: What's Different This Time
Here we go again.
General Motors and Nissan are the vanguard of the looming EV revolution. The Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf take different approaches to automotive electrification, but they are equally historic. GM and Nissan have spent hundreds of millions of dollars developing these cars, which makes them supremely important to the automakers.
But they are equally important to the electric vehicles that will follow in the next few years. EVs almost certainly will remain a tiny part of the automotive market for years to come, but their success could hinge on the Volt and Leaf. Those two cars will be many consumers’ first exposure to cars with cords and will go a long way toward shaping perception of the technology.
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