Just the opposite, as I realise that electric drive will probably cheapen slowly, and most people just won’t buy a car that will have higher overall cost of few years of ownership just for the sake of modernity or ecology (the latter questionable in some countries getting most of their power from non-green sources such as coal - Poland for example). That will last even longer in developing or othwerwise poor countries, where new cars are bought rarely and even then they are mostly very cheap ones, which will for quite some time yet stay ICE-only, not even hybrid (are there any really cheap hybrid cars? And hybrids are a normal sight for longer than electrics and are cheaper). Then there’s also the sports car market where hybrids might be a majority rather soon, but the demise of ICEs will probably be delayed as much as possible for the subjective, emotional reasons - and sports cars are (usually) all about emotions.
Sniped: False. It was bad already.
TNP has driven a two-stroke car.