An international survey by professional services company Deloitte finds the present generation of electric cars do not meet consumers’ expectations on charge convenience, cost of charging, vehicle price and range. Australia-based Deloitte Motor Industry Services partner Danny Rezek says the vast majority of respondents have demands that pure EVs in today’s market do not fulfill. These include a range of at least 200 miles (320 km) (68% of respondents), charging time of two hours or less ...

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