I've considered converting my car, right down to building the motor myself. It's not out of the question but I don't have faith I could get it balanced well enough.I like thinking what a futuristic version of the VW Super Beetle, the Toyota Hilux, Lada Niva, or the Citroen 2CV would look like. If there's ever such a thing as clean fuel (which I doubt, but I didn't think they would invent the smartphone either) it might be interesting.
I'm hoping to end up doing what I said a few pages ago & starting the build on my own electric car, because they don't make what I'm looking for yet.
It's really getting to where I own a car more as an appliance than anything else, and, like with a household appliance, I don't think I'd hesitate to scrap it if I could find a different, longer-lasting, more economical way to do the same job.
The good thing about DIY is that you can retro fit whatever takes your fancy as far as propelling the vehicle goes.
I decided that right now it's not something I'm going to do as I'm not physically up to it or wealthy enough.
My car is pretty light, just a little over 750kg but getting power to weight ratio may be a little challenging when it comes to batteries.
But I think I'm going to wait it out as if I'm right, battery powered vehicles may not be the future and in that case a hydrogen fuel cell might be worth investigating.
But I honestly think ICE will have that last laugh.