At a time when electric cars are on the rise in Europe and politicians are accelerating the disappearance of conventional engines, according to media reports, dissatisfied drummers are being beaten, and attention should be paid to the process.

BEV experts are religious people who refuse to hear, see or talk negatively about electric cars from a distance. This false optimism is obscuring the real world. The current record-breaking demand is that all talented early adopters will buy BEVs, and these basic problems must be addressed if the next level of demand in the real world is to be achieved.

According to Fitch Solutions, electric car sales in Europe will jump to 72 percent by 2021, but by 2022 the growth rate will be significantly reduced and by 2022 the annual growth rate will be over 3 million. Before the EU’s carbon dioxide emissions increase by 2025, many large manufacturers will focus on selling more models of internal combustion engines. Store and fix some more obvious problems for the next and most important electrical revolution.

Electric car drivers are mainly concerned about the distorted and unreliable charging infrastructure making nightclubs a nightmare, although operators routinely say this has been miraculously improved. The price of the vehicles makes even the cheapest versions more expensive for the average person, and the price of the battery is not just for immersion in ICE, because the industry loves to talk. Inflation and commodity pressures are pushing in the opposite direction. There are problems that the car manufacturers do not shout at, for example, it is better to fill it when you reach 50%, as it is recommended to pay more than 80% of the capacity or to work less than 20%. This, of course, makes fun of regional claims and battery capacity data.

Manufacturers, with some prestige differences, offer official figures that divert 20 to 30% of the actual battery capacity, but the alarming speed limit is another unnamed problem. See Database). This is a major problem in Britain. The legal speed limit on highways is 70 mph, while in Mayland Europe the maximum speed limit on the grid can be as high as 130 km per hour (81.25 mph). There are some highway sections in Germany with no speed limits.

After 2030, the EU will use CO2 regulations to ensure that car manufacturers will be more expensive to sell new ICA vehicles, but Britain, in particular, will sell their products, with a few exceptions. So, if the wholesale market is fully electric, what will happen to apartment and city dwellers who can’t afford to charge their own chargers? The owner of an electric car without a home charge would be a very annoying person, at least in public charging stations because the price of electricity is very expensive and can be compared to gasoline or diesel. And it certainly expects average earnings out of the new car market price.

One of the biggest media outlets on the issue of electric cars, BBC Radio 4’s “You and You” consumer program cites a woman who tried to travel 200 miles from Oxford to Cambridge. And by speeding up to 30 miles per hour, she almost turned off the phone, the air conditioner, and the radio. On the way back, the single charger she was looking for was damaged and she had to spend the night in a hotel and charge her car through the window and the standard socket in the hotel room.

The Channel 4 TV “Dispatch” program recently reported a similar charging, and published a survey in the UK showing that 1 out of 20 charging points could not be used, 10% faster chargers were out of service and 3% new Ultra Rapid Chargers were faulty.

A reporter for the Saber Tabloid newspaper is worried that the broken chargers are a big headache.

“I knew there was a charging point less than a mile from my house (in London) when the battery went red and the car started flashing alarms.

She pointed out another negative thing that worries women users of the charging station in public places.

“He’s sitting in a slowly filling Tesla

(Model 3) In the back of the supermarket in the dark, I feel like a duck sitting, ”she said.

Another problem with charging networks is the lack of a standard payment system. If you buy gasoline or diesel, you can easily pay by credit card. But this is not always the case when charging an application with your bank details on your phone. If you plan 400 miles around the UK, it is wise to make sure you are ready to download half a dozen different apps. This is another problem that the industry is embracing and solving, but why is this question originally thought to be good?

My own research shows that BEV makers are abusing battery power. The typical 95kW per hour Audi e-tron – 241 miles of official WLTP claim, the actual average is 180 miles from my home charger. The 58 kWh VW ID.3 and the Vauxhall Corsa were equally bad. The Mini Electric was even worse – I claim 145 miles, the actual capacity is 98.5 miles. This information ignores 80% of the law, so the real results will be even worse.

Then we come to the Highway Cruz Diabak. Drive at over 60 miles per hour and the power goes off the battery at an astonishing speed. If you set off on the highway 100 miles from Audi E-Tron, you will only be able to run at 75 miles with stable legal speeds, only Polster 2 and 41 miles, Jaguar I-speed close to 67 miles.

These problems indicate that politicians are trying to force the industry to abandon ICE cars and accept BEVs. Only Stellant CEO Carlos Tavares has dared to speak out against high-profile automotive leaders and that this will inevitably waste precious ICE resources.

In the meantime, if the electricians continue to pour policy, the point is that BEVs are hopeless at the speed of the engine, not to improved engineering, but to the blanket 55 mph speed limit.

“It’s worth saving the planet.”

I can hear it now.