I guess it's obvious by now that the electric car will eventually replace ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) cars. -- and this is NOT a thread about which is better -- This is musing about what the landscape for automobiles looks like in the future, and how fast that future is coming at us. So, I'm curious about a couple of things: 1) How many years do you think are left until the tipping point where electric becomes dominant? and, 2) What is that going to look like for enthusiasts like us? To say the ICE will disappear completely is unlikely. Worst case, you'll have people who will keep them around forever as playthings like Jay Leno and his steam cars. But there has to come a point when electric charging stations surpass gas stations. And you have to think that at some point in time gas stations will disappear and you will only be able to get fuel at specialty shops - or you'll have to make it yourself. I'm sure in some ways the electric experience will be better, but I'm glad I've been able to enjoy the wonderful sound of a high performance engine in my lifetime. It's going to be a sad day when that's gone. Thoughts?