Given that I saved $17,000 over your example car, I got quite a good deal, actually. For me it is free. One of the cars (not mine) gets free charging at any charger. That was part of the deal when I bought it. My car charges either at the Von's/CVS I usually go to (they have free charging) or I charge at home. And the electricity at home is indeed free since it comes from a magic technology called "photovoltaics." Nope. There is no "base huge circuit board." There are small circuit boards as there are in any car. Again, you have no f*cking idea what you are talking about. You are completely ignorant about EV's if you think they have a big huge circuit board under the floor or something. While on fire. Remember the Pinto? You have no idea what you are talking about. I've spent a fair amount of time under the car (tow hitch, addition to the HV battery circuit, fixing some rat-chewed wires) and there is no such thing. I have it. It's not there. You don't know what you are talking about. Because she was a woman and is thus clueless when it comes to scams? How bigoted of you. Nope. I love that car - it's the car we use for vacations and going out. She gets it because it is the safer of the two cars, and she takes the kids to school. I know I saved it because I can do basic math. Your words: "a gasoline car, sedan large size, leather seats, and without being luxury, it will cost you around 45,000 dollars." I got a car similar to that for 28,000. 45,000-28,000=17,000. But I support your right to pay 17K more for a similar gas car. And to pay another 2k a year or so for gas and maintenance.