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These days, when a major automaker unveils an electric car it gets a lot of press. That's because electric cars are cool, special and futuristic. Someday, though, electric cars will just be cars.
First, electric cars will need to go further on a single charge and they will need to charge faster.
Car shoppers will also need to think differently about "fueling" their car. When buying a gasoline-powered car, no one ever asks "Where am I going to fill the tank?" Gas stations are pretty much everywhere and it takes only a few minutes to fill up. With electric cars, it's different. Charging the battery is not something people usually pull over to do as a task in itself.
Beyond that, there simply needs to be more electric vehicles for consumers to choose from.
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