Not really; traveling nationally and internationally whether for business or pleasure, flying and renting a vehicle is so easy and seamless, one soon doesn't even notice doing it. For those few long trips per year, flying and/or renting a vehicle is already the younger generation's preferred mode of vacation travel.That would require me to own another vehicle for those 18 days a year, or drastically change my life. So, even at your 1% estimate, the average person will need to find another form of transportation 3-4 days a year. This would kill a lot of the tourism industry.
The New York-Newark metro area is still the nation's most populous, with 18,351,295 residents. Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim is still the second, with 12,150,996, and the Chicago area is still third, with 8,608,208.the top 48 urbanized areas account for more than half of the entire urban population. The country is undeniably urban, and the urban majority is counted by population, and too many of them are ready to give up owning cars and trucks.
We troglodytes who persist in living in smaller cities/towns and/or privately owning one or more vehicles will become the exceptions.
When China says it's going to BEVs, it becomes a matter of only how the rest of the world gets there too and how soon.