At some point natural selection will take over. Meaning, when EV's are practical from an operational, cost and sustainability standpoint, then they will naturally become a viable option for some, most or everyone. Until then, this is a show of the ignoramuses AFAIC. Let Cadillac, Dodge, whomever, go down this path.
I hate to sound ignorant, but EV's won't take over in my life time only because there are too many people like me (and alot of 'yous') that aren't giving up on ICE powered vehicles quite yet. Performance oriented folks aren't giving into an EV anytime soon. I know the argument - EV's are already faster than most other production cars. The big 'but' in that argument though is the price tag. Show me an EV that runs 10's for under $10K. For that matter find one that runs 10's for less than $50K. Now find on that runs 8's for less than $15k.
I'm confident that racers, hotrodders, etc. won't be hotrodding EV's on a budget for 20+ years. By that time it will be evident that we don't have the electric grid to support them in mass production.
Of course I could be wrong, as I sometimes am. But, while I'm waiting for end of the ICE age to occur, I'm stock piling LS's - and I'd gladly stockpile the new Hemi's if they were worth a sh*t at 200K miles and available for $250. The best thing Dodge can do is eliminate ICE - sounds sensible in FREAKIN' BIZARRO WORLD!!
Not having a electric grid capable of supporting everyone using EVs is a feature, not a bug.