With all the fast paced and exciting quick changes occurring in the EV world from a Tented Model 3 to a Class 8 Mighty Tesla Semi RV Camper coached by Instagram, has unfortunately left EVers with an inescapable reality: this summer weíre left short handed with few second camping vehicle options. And of the few out there it seems automakers are teasing us by not selling them here in the states. The Teslarites are taking the matter into their own hands.
With electric minivans and commercial utility vehicles on the market for years now, there is no excuse why at least one US market auto manufacturer should have an affordable reasonably ranged EV BEV camper, please, if not that, at least another PHEV, ready to go off-grid into the wilderness. Between Ford Transit Connect, and Nissanís NV series smaller vans, címon, thereís gotta be something out there cheap, economical, and decent ranged equipped to go camping right? Ah, actually, no, if itís to be sold here in the states.
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