After a brief early period of popularity for electric vehicles offered by Mr. Edison and many others, it seems consumers now have little interest in them, the New York Times reports. One wonders whether during the next century those favoring electric vehicles will be able to produce a product competitive with gasoline-powered automobiles, or whether instead they will continue to have problems.
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