Electric vehicles just don't make much sense to me. I'm not against them as long as we still have the option to buy gasoline and diesel powered vehicles too. Sadly electric vehicles aren't as green as they appear on the surface. What it takes to mine the materials needed to produce a battery creates as much damage to the environment as simply burning fuels needed to propel our current gasoline and diesel vehicles. It bothers me that the electrical infrastructure simply isn't there to recharge vehicles and likewise we haven't built any new plants to refine gasoline and diesel products in many years. We are simply creating a "D Day" scenario in this country by not moving fast enough in any direction to insure for the future of transportation. In our area based on a Consumers Energy handout in my electric bill last month (I live in Michigan) only 10.5% of our electricity comes from renewable sources while 67.3% comes from burning coal, natural gas or oil. Clearly with a number this high, it only makes sense to me that we continue to burn gasoline or diesel rather than completely rebuild our electrical infrastructure to handle nothing but electric vehicles. Where I think the electric vehicle makes the most sense is as a short range commuter vehicle where multiple days of driving could occur before a recharge would be necessary. As the Sharks on Shark Tank say; this deal isn't in my best interest so therefore I'm out.