Anytime something positive is brought up about EVs, you move the goal post. The Model 3 is arguably a mass-market sedan since it's at the top of the private registration charts for that class. I don't really care if that's a topic you weren't discussing, this is how discussions work - one topic flows into another, as it has. If you also want to brand me as an "EV evangelist" because stating numbers upsets you then so be it.
My reply seems to have gone. I don't move a goal post, I was discussing mass market cars. Someone else mentioned people's car. So thats what at least two of us see as mass market. If you wish to deem that a 75k Tesla is a mass market car, that's fine.
Topics can flow from one thing to another, that's called change, but when you have some need to answer question on mass market cars with the "an" car, which we all know is your Tesla, then that's quite strange. Although that was my mistake as I didn't realise that a $75k car is off course a mass market car, a car for the masses, the people's car. Off course it is, yep :-)
Stating numbers doesnt upset me, hand picking ones that make a false point do though, that's misleading. I thought only politicians do that. But get back to me when "any" EV is matching ICE registrations. I will in fact be very pleased, as I do wish EV's to progress in NZ. Yes ALL EV's not just the ones I love.....
You were the someone that mentioned "people's car"
Stating numbers clearly does upset you because I've shown you the numbers that backs up what I've said, yet you're accusing me of making this statement because I own that car. You're ignoring the presented facts and running with your own narrative, as you usually do. You're asking to be shown when any EV matches ICE registrations and shown you have been, yet you're putting your fingers in your ears (or covering your eyes in this format) and trying your best to pretend that it's a bias.