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$60000 for a 400km range Hyundai - means the entry bar has been lowered somewhat, and this will continue to change (quickly now).Electric vehicles will be really important as they can be recharged at home w PV solar so the price of electricity wont be such an issue. Certainly I know someone that does this .
Obviously on a long trip you need charging stations along the road.
Car batteries plugged in a home can also be a form of household storage.
The big users of energy are electricity, transport ,agriculture and industry.
So far its mainly electricity production that we have addressed.
In agriculture its possible to have electric tractors but animals producing methane are a greenhouse problem too.
We drive the Hyundai Kona for a week and deliver our verdict.
I have a bit of confidence in the AgTech space for coming up with solutions to adapt to climate change. Since you mentioned methane, this idea looked interesting last year: https://e360.yale.edu/features/how-eating-seaweed-can-help-cows-to-belch-less-methane
Of course, much better to switch away from animal-based foods, but society will cling to that mindset for a while yet..