I've seen and not seen pretty much the same (there are Bolts here). I haven't been to any of the public charging stations yet though - I imagine those could be like watering holes for unique creatures...Doubt I’ll see a PS2 for a long time. Random i3 here or there, a few Tesla Models (of all stripes), and recently some Taycans but I’ve never seen in person in my town:
eTron (regular or Sportback)
(even) Chevy Bolt
Kona EV (not sold outside California)
Hyundai ionic EV
Mini Cooper SE
Volvo XC40 P8 Recharge
Of course, never saw the Polestar2 until it showed up on the truck.
The cold is a challenge for EV's for sure but how many people in Norway commute 1000km a week?I met one today, and I see the around every now and them. I don't have mine yet, so it doesn't really count in this discussion.
This is Norway, so they have sold quite a few of them here. About 60% of new cars in Norway are electric cars. It's kind of weird, we are probably one of the worst suited countries for electric cars.
I wish I still rode bikes. I will again someday. I turned into that guy I could never understand in my 20s, who had loved bikes with passion but had given them up for work, kids etc. Then only to rediscover bikes in their 50s 60s when money and time are on their side. I can't wait to be a born again rider. For now, the P2 is my 4 wheel bike and boy what a substitute.I still drive a motorcycle, and we still greet other bikers and strike up a conversation when we stop. You have a problem, just wave down the first bike that comes along.
It has been nice reading the last few postings.So back to the camaraderie point... what's the signal!?
I am a biker too. GS Adventure in the garage. I am jealous of you lot who ride on the right hand side of the road. The wave you do is more like high fiving. We can't do that in the uk because we would have to take our hand off the throttle and that would slow us down!I still drive a motorcycle, and we still greet other bikers and strike up a conversation when we stop. You have a problem, just wave down the first bike that comes along.