It seems like people feel widespread BEV adoption is an inevitability.... a singularity we have already passed the event horizon on. But real world indicators don't speak to that. Take pretty much any BEV bull bullet point... there's some real world evidence knocking it down:
China! - Their overall market is steeply down, and their BEV industry is a bubble about to pop
Tesla!!! The Tesla accolytes will spin up the excuse centrifuges, but ultimately sales are down and the company remains unprofitable.
More manufacturers are jumping into the mix!!! And delaying.
Global auto market bought 86 million cars in 2018. Of those about 1.7 million were BEVs. If manufacturers are struggling to get the batteries necessary at this level of production, what makes people think it will get any easier at double, triple, 10x that size? It will take an unforeseen miracle in battery tech (and FWIW infrastucture development) for BEVs to get past that inflection point. And even then... there are other issues....
Am I the only one a little skeptical of this all?