www.greencarcongress.com and you will find more than your share of EV zealots.
There are those who think combustion-engine vehicles should have been banned and taken off the roads 20 years ago. The GM EV1 was good enough to be all things to all people back then.
There are those who think Tesla is the be-all and end-all of the automotive industry and that the entire rest of the auto industry is doomed to collapse while Tesla takes over everything.
There are some who think the future is dominated by self-driving electric taxis, and there will be no private vehicle ownership.
There are plenty who think that all research and development towards improving combustion-engine vehicles and powertrains is wasted money and should be stopped, because it's wasteful to spend money on that which could be spent towards developing EVs. (Myself, I have little doubt that such a time may eventually arrive, but we are probably 15 - 20 years away from it.)
There are some who compromise and think that a tiny range-extender engine is acceptable. They don't grasp the concept that this implies "series-hybrid" and the charge/discharge losses are worse than what's theoretically lost (if anything) by using a bigger right-sized engine. The BMW i3 doesn't get great mileage when operating in series-hybrid mode. The Volt (with a much bigger engine) does better, because it can couple itself mechanically under some conditions.