Personal Transportation without Gasoline

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    Electric Vehicles (EVs)
    Hybrid (HEVs) & Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs)
    Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles (FCVs)

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ELECTRIC VEHICLES (EVs) The Impending Big Auto/Oil Implosion City of Ames - Electric Vehicles Gasoline-powered vehicles are only able to convert about 17-21% of the energy in the gas tank to power at the wheels. EVs, which are more efficient, use more than 77% of the electricity they get from the grid to get you where you need to go. EVs have no direct emissions, which improves the air quality in our communities. When you calculate the emissions from the generation of the electricity that powers an EV, it is still responsible for less than half the emissions of a similar gasoline vehicle. EVs are responsible for more emissions per vehicles in manufacturing, but the overall cradle-to-grave emissions of EVs are still less than half of those emitted by conventional gasoline vehicles. (Use Reader Mode) Finds EV Cost Of Ownership Is 40% Lower Than ICE Which electric car is the cheapest? What sort of range should I expect from a certain car? The list of possible questions related to electric cars goes on and on. Luckily, we've assembled most of the vital details for every electric car sold in the U.S. today. US Electric Car Prices: Cheapest To Most Expensive (Feb 7, 2022) All-Electric Cars Listed By EPA Range From Lowest To Highest What's The Real World Highway Range Of Today's Electric Cars? We Test To Find Out How far an electric vehicle goes on a single charge depends on a lot of factors, including speed, temperature, topography, and other traffic conditions. This is why government-backed range ratings like the EPA and WLTP use are really just an estimate of what an EV owner can expect in a combination of city and highway driving in mostly favorable, albeit not ideal, ambient temperatures. The real world is entirely different, though, which is why InsideEVs conducts its own EV range tests at a constant speed of 70 miles per hour. Study Finds EV Cost Of Ownership Is 40% Lower Than ICE What Does AWD, FWD & RWD Mean? Best All Wheel Drive Electric Vehicles Edmunds - Best Electric Cars of 2022 and 2023 Edmunds' experts test 200 vehicles per year on our test track. We also test them using a 115-mile real-world test loop of city streets, freeways and winding canyons. The data we gather results in our ratings. They’re based on 30-plus scores that cover performance, comfort, interior, technology, utility and value. Now You Know (Video Podcasts) Meet the Now You Know team of Zac, Jesse, Bobby, Brent, & Ethan. Join our mission to spread sustainability and share ideas across the internet! Now You Know! TESLA The Future of Driving TESLA Y (No model year - continuously evolving) Owners Manual Major New 2023 Tesla Model Y Update! - Sandy Munro Teardown NEW Tesla Model Y+ Coming In 2024? | Here's What We Know Munro's 5th Tesla <== Best Electric Vehicle Of 2022 Is Tesla Model Y, Concludes TESLA Y TEARDOWN (Munro & Co. 40+ Video Series) <== Major New 2023 Tesla Model Y Update! - Sandy Munro Teardown Elon Musk Interview: 1-on-1 with Sandy Munro Nissan LEAF (2022) Chevrolet BOLT EV (2022) Hyundai Kona Electric (2022) Hyundai IONIQ Electric (2022) Lucid Air (2022) Challenging Tesla One wonders what Apple will eventually offer.

HYBRID (HEVs) & PLUG-IN HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLES (PHEVs) Greater Fuel Efficiency Has Many Benefits (EPA) Explaining Hybrid & Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles Hybrid Vehicles (HEVs) Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) Toyota Hybrid Vehicles Lineup Hyundai SONATA Plug-in Hybrid (2022)

HYDROGEN FUEL CELL VEHICLES (FCVs) Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles (EPA) Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles (FCVs) are similar to electric vehicles (EVs) in that they use an electric motor instead of an internal combustion engine to power the wheels. However, while EVs run on batteries that must be plugged in to recharge, FCVs generate their electricity onboard. In a fuel cell, hydrogen (H2) gas from the vehicle’s fuel tank combines with oxygen (O2) from the air to generate electricity with only water and heat as byproducts of the process. Compare Fuel Cell Vehicles (EPA) Honda Clarity (2022-2024) Toyota Mirai (2022) Hyundai Nexo (2022)