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Major car manufacturers win battle against government’s small electric vehicle incentives – find out why!

Well, well, well, it seems that the car makers have once again proven that they still hold a great deal of sway in the halls of power. In a recent development, the push for small incentives for electric vehicles (EVs) has been shot down, and the car manufacturers are the ones doing the shooting.

Now, I know what you’re thinking. “But isn’t the future of automotive moving towards cleaner, more sustainable technology?” Well, yes, it is. But that doesn’t mean that the big players in the industry are going to sit back and let the little guys take the spotlight.

The argument made by the car makers was simple – they claimed that the proposed incentives for small EVs would simply benefit wealthy customers who can afford to buy multiple cars. And you know what? They’re not wrong. The reality is that the majority of electric vehicles on the market are still pretty expensive, and not exactly accessible to the average Joe.

But let’s not kid ourselves here. The real reason the car makers argued against these incentives is because they see small EVs as a threat to their bottom line. These incentives could potentially make smaller, more affordable electric vehicles more attractive to consumers, which means less sales for the big players.

It’s a classic case of the rich and powerful using their influence to protect their own interests. And as much as it pains me to say it, I have to give them credit for their cunning and ruthless tactics.

But let’s not lose hope just yet. The fight for a more sustainable future is far from over. There are still plenty of people and organizations out there pushing for greater incentives for electric vehicles, and I have a feeling that this setback is only going to make them fight even harder.

So, to the car makers, I say this: enjoy your victory while it lasts. The future is electric, and no amount of lobbying or backroom deals is going to stop that. Let’s just hope that the next time the issue comes up for debate, the powers that be will have the courage to stand up to the big players and do what’s right for the planet.

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