Large corporations may have a different vision. John Deere already was testing a battery powered tractor https://electrek.co/2016/12/05/john-deere-electric-tractor-prototype/ before someone woke up and realized that farm tractors don't really need a long range - they're tied to a farm. So now they're going in a different direction...electric tractors that travel with a kilometer of cord that keeps them plugged in. https://www.producer.com/2019/02/deeres-new-electric-tractor-tosses-the-battery/ As for big rigs, Tesla has 2,000 pre orders for it's electric semi, and is already using them in-house for its own delivery service. https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech...c-big-rig-truck-rolls-into-reality/873162001/ Cummins is working on their own big rig https://www.engadget.com/2017/08/29/cummins-electric-semi-truck/ and they're not alone, as this Freightliner shows: https://carbuzz.com/news/someone-s-beaten-tesla-to-the-electric-big-rig-punch Kenworth, DAF, Toyota, BYD company, Nikola, Volkswagen and half a dozen other companies around the world are all working on electric big rigs.