(I am in no way an expert on this matter so correct me at your leisure!)Why don't car manufacturers invest in carbon-neutral fuel sources instead of trying to make all these electric cars that most likely require a learning curve to produce correctly? Car manufacturers don't have to change nearly as much to the cars they produce, and they can go off on their "greener for the world" spiels they love. It seems to be a smarter choice to me.
Frankly I don't see the point of being "carbon neutral".
What would be an example of a carbon neutral fuel?