GM has recklessly declared it is all in on Electric Vehicles (EV) and has won praise from groups like the Sierra Club and Greenpeace as a result. Every Cadillac and Buick sold in the 2030 model year will be electric. The problem is battery technology continues to lag. Cars go fewer miles between "fill ups". There is no infrastructure in place to support road trips. Batteries take ten times as long as gas to fill the vehicle and range of a "full" battery is limited to 150 to 200 miles. GM has bet all its chips on a warm fuzzy. The demand isn't there, the technology isn't there and the infrastructure isn't there...but GM is betting the house that it will be in just six model years from now. Tim breaks down this foolhardy bet and roasts GM's feel good approach. Is another bankruptcy in GM's future?