Not at all because crude oil fractions are also used for other applications other than car gasoline or diesel and the vehicle battery will be mostly recharged by the power supplied from combustion of naptha, diesel, furnace oil, etc.
Planes, trucks, bunkers and ships will still be using appropriate fractions of crude oil such as jet fuel and heavy fuel oil or diesel. LPG cylinders and kerosene stoves are still used in developing nations for cooking food. Butane is used as fuel for BBQ.
Ethane and Propane are used to make ethylene and propylene. Pentane and Hexane are used as solvents. Higher alkanes from crude oil are used as lubricating oils, wax, tar, asphalt, coke and for making dienes, aromatics and cycloalkanes. Gasoline accounts for 46% of the product made from a barrel of crude oil in USA.