Saturday, May 20, 2017

The internal combustion engine will be dead by 2025

The next generation of cars will be “computers on wheels”. Google, Apple, and Foxconn have the disruptive edge, and are going in for the kill. Silicon Valley is where the auto action is, not Detroit, Wolfsburg, or Toyota City. “We are on the cusp of one of the fastest, deepest, most consequential disruptions of transportation in history,” Prof [Tony] Seba said. “Internal combustion engine vehicles will enter a vicious cycle of increasing costs.” The “tipping point” will arrive over the next two to three years as EV battery ranges surpass 200 miles and electric car prices in the US drop to $30,000. By 2022 the low-end models will be down to $20,000. After that, the avalanche will sweep all before it. “What the cost curve says is that by 2025 all new vehicles will be electric, all new buses, all new cars, all new tractors, all new vans, anything that moves on wheels will be electric, globally,” Prof Seba said.

Big Oil and Big Autos (GM,Ford, Chrysler) are all finished.  Even Peak Oil is obsolete.  The future is electric.

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