Of course they'll be able to do it. But the trade off will be a vehicle that will not have the ability to tow anything like we have now, and the technology required will mean the mechanics won't repair, but replace the drivetrain as a complete assembly if something goes wrong. The mechanics will have to obtain a college degree to even work on a vehicle.
It's a pity that the environmental lobby and the current stable of politicians believe that if they make a law, that law will trump the laws of physics.
Richard and Laura Ray
Amateur Radio W4RLR
"The Green Goblin" 2008 F-250 Lariat CC SB, 6.4 liter automatic, 4x4"Love Shack" 1995 Jayco Eagle 277 RBSS fifth-wheel