I'm with the group that says "yes" for EV sales… except for Tesla. Most EVs are: 1) Small and/or ugly, 2) limited range, 3) acceptable but not great performance characteristics, 4) made in low volumes by companies with other high volume products, and represented by dealers who will push the easiest sale. With gas prices low, less new buyers will consider the "compromises" in these cars regardless of their ethics and values. Not saying nobody will buy them… just not much growth. Tesla cars to date (and assume the Model 3 going forward) are: 1) Roomy and beautifully styled, 2) acceptable range plus enabled for long range travel via free supercharger network, 3) great performers, 4) made by a company that only makes EVs and sold by a sales force that will never push a non-EV model. Tesla will continue to devour competitors' market share… because they make a great car AND it is an EV. No compromises. Any marque that makes an EV truly competitive with Tesla who takes the trouble to educate and incentivize their dealers will experience great sales as well. You know what they say: once you go electric, it's hard to go back for so many reasons. Having said all this, I've seen this movie before: something will jolt gas prices back to higher levels, and then the non Tesla EV sales will perk up again.