Probably because of cost and uncertainty. In bringing an electric car to market, manufacturers have to worry about how much it’ll cost if they want to attract a more mainstream consumer than Tesla’s clientele. As such, a lot of research and development goes into each electric car. Besides that, nobody’s really sure how well electric cars will do, as there aren’t any EVs that can compare to sedans in terms of range, at least none that are widely adopted. Furthermore, with a lack of charging stations, it’s uncertain how many people will buy a EV even if it’s affordable, which may be why EVs aren’t coming out until next year at the earliest, as by then there may be more charging stations. Some companies may also want to see how the first ‘mainstream’ EVs to hit the streets do, and change their plans accordingly.
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