This kind of pro-fossil fuel rebuttal reminds me of the aphorism "Don't let perfect be the enemy of good". Yes, there is pollution involved with making EV cars, just as with ICE cars. No one is claiming EV cars are completely pollution free in all aspects. So we just throw our hands up and return to late-60s gas guzzlers? But there seems to be intentional blindness to the fact that once made, EV cars produce no air pollution on their own, and if they happen to be getting power from a fossil-fuel source, the amount is far, far, far smaller than what is required to drill, refine, transport, and sell gasoline. On the other hand, I live ten miles from a nuclear plant, so none of my electricity comes from coal or natural gas, so what about people like me? If there is going to be a detailed breakdown of every ounce of carbon emission, I don't see that taken into account. I own a Tesla Model 3. It is hands-down the best car I have ever owned. Now, I haven't had luxury cars or anything, my previous vehicle was a Nissan Maxima. But the Tesla is the fastest, best handling, most comfortable, well-made vehicle I've ever been in. It's very roomy inside and a huge trunk. It has a computer screen I can watch Netflix or play video games while I'm waiting on something. It has a range just shy of 300 miles, which is the same as my Maxima. The longest recharge I've had at a super-charger station when it was almost dead is 18 minutes. Which was just enough time for us to go to a bathroom and buy a snack, like any other pit stop. I would recommend this car to anyone unless you need to carry large loads of stuff and need a pickup or SUV. I have a plug-in unit at home, which takes about 3 hours, and is set to charge in the middle of the night when it's cheapest. Without long road trips, just going to work, I charge it about twice a month. I imagine in ten years my car will seem like a dinosaur as quickly as the technology is improving. The European cars are taking their time to come here, but I did drive an Audi EV which was similar to the Q7 large SUV body and it was great, so I expect competition for Tesla to pick up real soon.