Electric vehicles aren’t having much of a present; it’s hard to see how they have much of a future.
The president of carmaker Mazda, Takashi Yamanouchi, said he’s confident his company will continue to grow without making electric vehicles. He claimed gas-powered vehicles would still dominate 80 to 90 percent of the car market in 20 years time…
Rival japanese car company Nissan Motor Co. has sold only 8,000 of its Leaf electric vehicles worldwide since they were released last December. But the company is still aiming to manufacture 250,000 electric cars per year by 2015, citing the growing concern over pollution and global warming.