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The biggest obstacle to more electric-cars: 'charge fatigue' (TSLA)

When it comes to electric vehicles, we're about to exit the age of "range anxiety." Mass-market EVs, first from Tesla and Chevy, but later from pretty much every other major automaker, are going to provide numerous 200-mile-range cars, at reasonable prices. Range anxiety had been a big concern; car companies favored various hybrid designs because they correctly assumed that consumers wanted better fuel economy and lower emissions, and didn't want to deal with EVs that could deliver only about 80 miles per charge, max.
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