Functional electric/battery powered vehicles are still a long long way off. If one was available and had sensible range from a charge, I'd own one ( a small van anyway )
The Kangoo Van ZE has a range of 100 miles on the NEDC combined cycle and can be monitored by the driver through what Renault calls an MMI (man machine interface).
You know that noise the washing machine makes when it goes into the spin dry at the end of the wash??!!!!!!!!
I will mourn on the day ev sales overtake petrol/diesel powered vehicles... I understand it may be an essential move forward but not looking forward to it.
Super capacitors are another possible solution. They charge almost instantly,
Not sure I see the joke.Lol, a capacitor is just a different kind of battery. It is the same old "oh, batteries will get better and quicker to charge". Which is nonsense.
I seen a VW Beetle at Santa Pod several few years ago, it was still a budget build but performed very well. Their biggest limiting factor at the time was the driveshafts as they kept twisting them. Batteries and electric motor could provide far more grunt than they could actually use.