In twenty years there will be fewer cars in use than there are today.
Technology in the modern world grows very fast. However, I disagree with the statement. I feel this way for two reasons, which I will explore in the following essay.
First, the car is still the most comfortable vehicle and remains the same for the next 20 years. I believe that the number of cars will be higher than in the modern world. However, it will be more electro-cars rather than the traditional one. The Tesla company is evidence of this future. My personal experience is a compelling illustration of this. As a big fan of the new technology, I believe in Tesla company. This year, the company made nearly 500 billion dollars and became one of the biggest auto companies in the United States. I researched the Tesla X car and realize that it is the best option in the market. It has a good speed, a significant amount of the charge that allows car travel near 600 hundred kilometers on the one charge and has a perfect operating system. As I became older, the first car that I will buy would be a Tesla car, and I believe that most cars on our streets would be Teslas.
Also, I do not think that 20 years is enough to develop new technology to replace cars. From the 2000 year, the most innovative technology made in the cars market was electro-cars. Therefore, I do not believe that In these 20 years, we will explore teleportation or create cars that could fly. For instance, in most films about the future, even in the 2070-s, there are many vehicles on the streets. If we look at the history of cars, we could understand that such a short period as 20 years is small for discovery in this field, and there are no opportunities that cars will be fewer than nowadays. Tesla is an example of new technology, and even for Tesla, it took 5 to 7 years to became well known.
In conclusion, I strongly feel that the car would not be fewer in the next twenty years than nowadays. This is because it is a short period to explore new technology and electro-cars are beneficially for people.