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  • Electric cars may be cheaper than regular ones by 2022
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Electric cars may be cheaper than regular ones by 2022

Despite being far better for the environment, sales of electric cars haven't picked up. But research suggests that by 2022, they could actually work out cheaper to buy and run than conventional vehicles. Could cutting the cost convince people to start saving the environment?

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