If I were interested in EV - I wouldnt have joined this forum. (The reason I am mistrusting, - friend of mine is in firebrigade. - They exchange a lot of.. and they have a container. for EV burning off.I think most of us are here because we want a Big vehicle with a Powerful engine Ineos delivered what we need.
I agree with you. I have followed the development of the Munro and seriously considered it, as it met my person needs in having a range of approx. 200 miles on the development models. However they were based on the Ibex chassis with refurbished Landrover parts and likely pricing of £50k so this was not an option I was wanting to risk. £75k+ for some may be okay with the latest development but out of my price range. Hence I’ve stayed with the IG.Can't think how you could be more wrong.
These EVs will carve out a niche for themselves and in doing so might open the eyes of a few nay sayers.
The driving pattern and nature of refuelling cannot be looked at through the prism of an ICE vehicle.
One of the best comments ever on EVs in general!For me, the "prism" is that of mobility. I would find it strange to align my needs with the capabilities of a vehicle rather than the vehicle meeting my needs if I am to buy it.
If a technology can't meet my needs, then it's the wrong technology for me. It may find its "niche." But that's not what the mainstream is promoting. They claim that EV technology is capable of completely replacing ICE technology. And they're not talking about niches.
Sorry, but _why_shouldn't_ he post his opinion on sth the Grenadier forum brings up?That's fine, feel free not to post on a thread that's intended for those that might have an interest in the specifics of something that could be a competitor to a Grenadier as detailed above. 🤷♂️