EVs are a novelty. Yet our "betters" continue to try to drive that square peg into a round hole. Between the stupid high purchase price, you still have the limitations of short range and long recharge time.
The biggest problem with "all vehicles becoming electric by 20XX" is the lack of power available on the grid to charge them.
A side issue, at least around here, is places turning ADA parking stalls into EV-only charging stalls.
I'm still holding that EVs won't become viable until they figure out battery swaps. Honda is doing it with electric scooters overseas. Stop off, swap your battery, hit the road again in about the same time it takes to fuel an ICE vehicle.
Electric motorcycles will never do well because by their very nature they are small, relatively compact platforms with a small area for the battery. Small battery = short range. Until they have super high capacity batteries that can give you a range of at least 250 miles or so they are DOA.