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With Gas Prices Still Soaring, Electric Cars Meet A Moment

With Gas Prices Still Soaring, Electric Cars Meet A Moment

Update: 2022-06-093
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There have never been more options for drivers who want an electric car. But the demand — fueled by high gas prices — is almost over-powering, and supply chain constraints aren't helping.

NPR's Brittany Cronin reports on one of the biggest EV launches of the year: Ford's F-150 Lightning. NPR's Camila Domonoske explains why China dominates the market for electric car batteries.

Also in this episode: General Motors President Mark Reuss, who spoke to NPR's Steve Inskeep on Morning Edition.

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With Gas Prices Still Soaring, Electric Cars Meet A Moment

With Gas Prices Still Soaring, Electric Cars Meet A Moment

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