A number of places are announcing plans to ban internal combustion engine- powered personal vehicles at future dates. Norway had said 2025 France is looking at 2040. India is super ambitious, talking up 2030 Netherlands is considering 2025 Germany is down for 2030. UK is looking at 2040. California will consider 2040 China is also considering without a date. Denmark to ban gas and diesel cars, including hybrids, by 2030. I know everyone has a different opinion about how much government should meddle in these sorts of affairs, so let's avoid getting mired down in discussion of political philosophies and just focus on the ambition, the dates, and how that may be achieved. I'm hesitant to embrace bans, personally, because of backlash -- no one likes to be told what to do. I do like to see target dates, though, with governments discussing how to get there with legislation and/or incentives. Best case scenario, of course, is an organic explosive growth similar to that of mobile phones, and then smart phones. It seems a bit of a staggering change, but if the appeal of electrics continues to grow, and autonomous sharing platforms happen the way many predict, it is not outside the realm of possibility that we can be pretty much done with internal combustion by 2040.