In a recent revelation, it turns out that electric vehicles are about as useful as a chocolate teapot, at least according to this scathing takedown. The great push for electric cars has been hailed as the future, but let’s face it, it’s more like a future headache for the hardworking American family. The truth is, these cars aren’t designed for regular folks like you and me; they’re for the wealthy, virtue-signaling elites who pretend to care about the environment while sipping their lattes in their gated communities.
Wait, That’s How Much Money Ford Lost for Every Electric Truck Sold https://t.co/tAhL9U3aOF
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An unfortunate Canadian man detailed his experience with electric vehicles, dubbing them the greatest scam of the modern era. He revealed that he poured in over $130,000 into this nonsensical left-wing idea, only to be left high and dry. And it’s not just him – even big companies like Ford are feeling the burn, with each electric F-150 Lightning sold costing them a whopping $36,000. So, what’s the solution? Well, Ford has decided to cut its losses and focus more on producing gas-powered vehicles, the ones that actually make money. It’s a clear signal that the demand for electric vehicles just isn’t there.
In fact, Ford’s announcement to ramp up gas-powered pickup trucks production while scaling back on electric F-150 Lightning speaks volumes. The company is reducing production at its Michigan Rouge Electric Vehicle Center, indicating a clear shift in priorities. It’s not just Ford feeling the pinch; even General Motors pushed back the opening of a $4 billion electric truck plant in Michigan due to softening demand for EV trucks.
And let’s not forget the massive inconvenience of owning an electric car. The constant need for recharging, the exorbitant cost of upgrading your home and workplace for charging stations, and the joy of watching your shiny new electric car struggle to survive during the winter chill – it’s a comedy of errors, but not a funny one. As one writer astutely pointed out, until we’ve cracked the code to replicate Keanu Reeves’ heroics in ‘Chain Reaction,’ perhaps it’s best to stick with good ol’ gas-powered vehicles.
So, the next time someone tries to sell you on the idea of an electric car, just remember the big picture – it’s a costly, unreliable, and downright impractical investment. Stick to what works, and leave the electric car fiasco to the wealthy elites and their virtue-signaling shenanigans.