Whether you like electric cars or not, electric cars will be a very important part of the future of the automotive industry. 

The government is pushing for that, and automakers are investing heavily in electrification.

The total number of electric vehicles remains relatively small, but this can change as technology advances and the prices of these vehicles fall.

According to Statistica, the number of electric vehicles sold in the United States in 2019. 

As you can see, in the United States, which is a small part of the automotive industry, it was only 245,000.

So why is it so interesting when demand is so low? This is because "environmentally friendly" has become a hot topic these days.

Everyone is discussing the best ways to reduce emissions and the spread of global warming.

Sure, some are still skeptical of global warming, but the vast majority of the world, especially the scientific community, agrees on climate change and how we affected it.

Automakers are trying to stay ahead of the curve, not reactionary, by seeing what's written on the wall. If the tide changes and EV is a big issue, this is how they make up for it.

Nevertheless, there is still debate about how many eco-friendly electric vehicles are. Just that day, a friend sent me a video about many inaccurate subjects.