I completely understand your opinion, but I believe you need to do a lot more research on the EV market and the actual infrastructure being rolled out across the entire planet.
Sustainable energy transformation is directly linked to EV. Regulation across the world is forcing the two at a slow pace, but improvements in technology and economics of going electric / renewable are what is improving the pace of the change.
If the cost of putting solar on your house would pay for itself over 5 years and then the majority of your electricity cost would be free or even pay you thereafter would you do it? Maybe / maybe not, but then if you factor in that electricity would deliver all of your fuel usage for your EV it makes it a lot more viable / attractive. This isn’t the future, this is reality in a lot countries already. In China residential solar is already cheaper than buying from the grid in over 440 cities.
Your argument that we need to knock down houses without driveways isn’t realistic. Initially people will find alternatives to charge. Road based wireless parked charging isn’t just in development, it’s in use in other countries. Autonomous ride sharing is the end goal, so actual car ownership long term will eventually decrease in any case, especially on large towns and cities.
I value your opinion and don’t wish to argue, I believe we may just have different views. I suppose I am exposed to this type of conversation quite a lot, as I work in the oil industry (I also have a small holding in Shell).