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Hybrid vehicles and electric vehicles are offering a fair argument that they could be the future of travel. As well as the ability to reduce carbon emissions by running on zero emissions, imagine how convenient it would be to fill up just once a month or plug in your vehicle at night to recharge and go.

We now have hybrid vehicles capable of the same travel distance as regular fuel vehicles on a single charge, as well as electric vehicles that can “blow away” almost any sports car, all while producing zero emissions

Most people that have a hybrid, plug-in hybrid or electric vehicle, absolutely love it for the money that it can eventually save them, as well as the great feeling that they can have by reducing their impact on the environment each and every day. There are a number of people that are dismayed by the higher up-front costs, the lower fuel range and the degree of selection in these types of vehicles. As the technology becomes cheaper to produce and more widespread however, we could start to see many people starting to switch over to these types of vehicles.

The overall future of an electric vehicle or hybrid is extremely promising. Not only have the sales of electric vehicles grown by 60% in the past year, but luxury electric vehicles like Tesla, are improving fuel range mileage as well. We now have hybrid vehicles capable of the same travel distance as a regular fuel vehicles on a single charge, as well as electric vehicles that can “blow away” almost any sports car, all while producing zero emissions.


Increasing sales of electric vehicles

While most people today don’t have the option to choose between an electric vehicle or hybrid vehicle as opposed to a regular fuel vehicle due to cost concerns, eventually the price issue will be reduced

It seems that hybrid and electric vehicles are starting to branch out and offer more to customers that were interested in getting a functional and fun car that is also quite efficient. The main barrier to most however still remains the price. As more charging stations go up, as battery prices begin to lower and as auto makers begin to focus more into these models for mass production, this too can come down and finally produce the hybrid and electric vehicles of the future that have a shot at reducing carbon emissions on a grand scale. While most people today don’t have the option to choose between an electric vehicle or hybrid vehicle as opposed to a regular fuel vehicle due to cost concerns, eventually the price issue will be reduced to make electric vehicles, hybrids, diesel cars and petrol vehicles real competitors.

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