In 2000 I bought a Nikon D1 digital camera for $6,500.
People marveled to see a photo instantly on the back screen that I could download on my computer.
Today, people marvel to ride in my Tesla that feels like a magic carpet ride.
The technology from my D1 trickled down so that everybody could own a digital camera.
Pretty soon, my Tesla will not stand out so much.
Everybody will have a hot EV as prices get cheaper.
And they won't buy these EV's for lower emissions or greenhouse gases.
They will buy because an EV far exceeds an ICE car in performance, maintenance and fun.
In 5-8 years digital cameras all but replaced film cameras.
Will a similar disruption take place with EV's?
When will this disruption start?
And how long will this disruption take?
How deep will this disruption be?