There's a lot of people 50 and over, not tech savvy, not affluent, who will be buying cars for another 25 to 30 years, and Ford and GM will have nothing for them. At least Toyota probably will have the Corolla and Corolla Cross for them. I expect affluent, college educated people will more easily move over to EV's, and Toyota should probably move Lexus and the more expensive Toyota models like 4Runner and Highlander to EV.IMO, there's a problem here for Toyota that's not directly connected to the timeline of EV adoption. Toyota is already seen by many young(er) buyers as their parents' brand. Toyota has the oldest buyers of any mainstream brand. Being late to EVs reinforces that "old man's/woman's car" image in the eyes of a lot of younger buyers. That, I think, is the real risk for Toyota here. It's one of image (with potentially big long term consequences) and not of near-term sales.