NPR's Up First podcast answered listener questions about electric cars

It is about 30 minutes if played at normal speed.

This week the EPA released new rules for vehicle emissions, which will push the auto industry to speed up the transition to electric vehicles. It’s expected that electric vehicles will make up over 50% of new cars by 2032. For now EVs account for less than 10% of vehicle sales and drivers still have lots of questions about them and how they really affect the environment.

We asked The Sunday Story listeners to share their questions about EVs and the response was overwhelming. So to answer those many questions, host Ayesha Rascoe turns to NPR’s business desk correspondent, Camila Domonoske, who covers cars and energy.


ICE is trying to freeze hot EVs!

I just saw a uTube video that claims that lithium and nickel are rare earth metals.

Funny how some fake news are allowed.

The Captain