The upfront cost is dropping for all electric vehicles. Many are already cost-competitive.
With lower fuel and maintenance costs, it’s now much more affordable to buy, own and operate an electric vehicle than a gas-powered car.
The electrical grid benefits from electric vehicles.
The increase in overall demand is minimal and electric vehicles benefit the grid by storing and managing energy and driving electricity rates down for users.
From factory to road, electric vehicles, with zero tailpipe emissions, emit a fraction of global warming pollutants that gas-powered vehicles produce.
EVs across all segments are already displacing 1 million barrels of oil demand per day globally.
There are 70 electric vehicle models available today and manufacturers are debuting more every year. With instant acceleration, driving electric is fun, fast and powerful.
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Electric vehicles now have over 200 mile range with models having over 400 mile range coming onto the market soon. Most EV owners charge their vehicles at home.
Plus, with DC fast chargers across California’s traffic corridors, an electric vehicle refuels in close to the same time it takes to refill a gas vehicle.
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Electric Vehicles could be the state’s next big global industry.
California is home to 34 different electric vehicle manufacturers and electric vehicles in 2020 became the state’s biggest export. This global industry is a multi-trillion dollar opportunity for the state.