The automotive world is a weird place these days.
The rise of the “plug and play” generation of automobiles means that the idea of owning a vehicle is a non-starter.
What’s more, the idea that a car should drive itself is considered outdated and unnecessary by the industry.
While most people would agree that electric vehicles are great for the environment, they also have some drawbacks.
Here are the reasons why:1.
The biggest drawback to electric vehicles is their emissions.
While they can produce the same amount of power, they burn far more fuel per mile than gas cars.
And because they burn so much gas, the emissions they create are a significant part of the total CO2 emissions from their operation.
Electric vehicles emit less than 30% of their gas-powered counterparts, but that still means that they emit up to 400 grams of CO2 per kilometer.
In other words, electric vehicles have the lowest emissions of any electric vehicle on the road.2.
While electric vehicles can cost as little as $35,000 and as much as $70,000, they are still prohibitively expensive for most people.
While a few high-end models can cost upwards of $30,000 per vehicle, the majority of them are only available for under $20,000.3.
The price tag.
The average electric vehicle cost between $20 million and $30 million in the U.S. in 2015.
Most of the vehicles on the market today cost between two and four times that amount.
If you factor in the additional costs for a battery and a charger, the cost of the car is well into the millions.4.
The fuel efficiency.
When you consider the high amount of energy it takes to run an electric vehicle, it’s easy to see why electric vehicles take up such a huge amount of space.
Most electric vehicles only go 100 miles per hour (62 km/h) on a single charge.
If they ran at 100 miles an hour (65 km/hr), they would be able to travel a total distance of 1,900 miles (2,400 kilometers).
That’s just over three times the distance between the two cities of New York and Washington, DC.5.
The safety record.
While we all know electric vehicles offer some of the best safety records in the automotive industry, there are a few reasons why they don’t stand out among their peers.
For starters, they’re not as easy to operate as gasoline cars.
In some cases, you need to physically drive the car to turn on its battery and start driving.
In others, the battery must be disconnected before it can be used.
These are just a few of the safety concerns that people may have when it comes to electric vehicle ownership.6.
It’s no secret that some electric vehicles aren’t as safe as other models.
Some models, like the Tesla Model S, have had to be recalled due to an issue with their lithium-ion battery.
And some models, such as the Nissan Leaf, have been found to contain defective components.
For those reasons, electric vehicle owners have long wanted more options.7.
The environmental impact.
According to the United Nations, an electric car can be considered an energy resource with a carbon footprint that is equal to about 30,000 metric tons (0.5 metric ton) of CO 2 .
However, that’s not to say that the amount of CO that’s produced by a Tesla is insignificant.
For example, a Tesla Model X can produce up to 300,000 grams of carbon dioxide per kilometers driven.
With that said, the amount that would be released into the atmosphere from all of those cars is less than half that amount, according to a recent report by the World Resources Institute.
The report also found that the majority (72%) of carbon emissions from electric vehicles come from tailpipe emissions.8.
The size of the vehicle.
The smallest electric vehicle can only go up to about 9 feet tall and weigh up to 5,500 pounds.
But even with the limitations of size, most electric vehicles still don’t have a lot of room for people to sit inside.
A vehicle that is only 8 feet tall, for example, only has enough room to hold six people.9.
Although most electric vehicle models are built with a built-in battery, some models require the use of a second battery pack that has to be plugged into the vehicle for about 30 minutes each charge.
This is one of the most common reasons why electric vehicle buyers don’t buy one.
However, most of the time, you can always plug in a second, higher-quality battery pack and continue to use the car.10.
The amount of technology.
It has been more than 20 years since Tesla debuted the Model X SUV, which is why the electric vehicle market is currently at an all-time high.
It was a revolutionary technology when it