I think you misunderstood my post...As for the concept that the PHEV will hold more value than other ICE or Diesel trucks, I doubt it highly. Once they figure out the battery replacement/recycling etc, maybe they will be more valuable.
My comparison was the value of Diesel pickup vs. ICE pickup.
I'm hoping the PHEV will be equal or higher value than EV's because of the battery issues and the lack of infrastructure.
The 4xe fits my needs as a multi use vehicle. I would need another non EV to fill my needs for long trip travel because of the limited charging stations, charge time and higher cost of electricity.
As hard as it is for us to believe there are people who think that EV charging stations are FREE to use.
I hope you're right on the time frame.I forecast in the next 3-4 years we shift from EV to Hydrogen.
I have worked in the electrical field from substations>distribution>structures>the outlets that the Level 1 EVSE's plug in to, and can 100% say this is a fact that is being completely ignored.I hate the idea, but there is little Electric infra yet and the power grid will be the next week link. Hydrogen can be maintained mostly with the current Petrol distribution network. Let's see.
The push to EV's is a text book example of "putting the cart before the horse"