Whenever one looks at a business case in which significant portions require some yet to be developed technology to be viable without subsidies must necessarily fail. Now, the managers throwing the fortunes of their companies after such flimsy business cases are seldomly in the position to suffer the consequences for their stupid actions. They take a big bonus for having done something that felt right but that was bound to kill their company. Why would they care? They strike it rich while everyone else loses out.
Ford claims supply chain issues are preventing them from satisfying strong market demand for electric vehicles.