New Research Shows Why Electric Cars Failed In the Early 1900s

The first electric vehicle was developed in the late 1890s, and EVs were fairly popular up until the 1920s. So what happened? New research published in Nature by Lund University suggests that early electric infrastructure, or a lack thereof, prevented electric cars from winning over the 20th century.

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