December 8th, 2013 — Green Hybrid Electric Vehicle
Due to increased awareness about global warming and the mysterious rising of oil prices, there has been an increased demand for green hybrid electric vehicles. A green hybrid electric vehicle is a vehicle that is a combination of gas and an electric motor, which uses far less than the average vehicle in terms of gas, and produces less greenhouse emissions. Most green hybrid electric vehicles at least double the amount of mileage they receive to the gallon, and offer drivers a smoother ride for their money. While most green hybrid electric vehicles do cost more than the average ordinary gas guzzler, it makes up for it in a short amount of time due to the current gas prices.
As gas prices rise, the amount of gas being purchased is falling. Many consumers, especially American consumers, have been able to spend generously on SUVs and other luxury vehicles that use far more gas than regular sedans. In order to continue to allow this group to use such vehicles, it has become increasingly popular to make hybrid SUVs and trucks, that provide far more miles to the gallon. The Ford Escape, Cadillac Escalade hybrid, Lexus SUV, and the Toyota Prius are among some of the currently most popular green hybrid electric vehicles.
The Toyota Prius is currently by far the most popular, largely in part due to the superior design and room that Toyota has offered in this compact little car. Its battery design is unique and offers a lighter weight and more energy than any other current design, with a lightweight vehicle body and smaller energy that supplies more than enough power and uses the additional power to recharge the batteries. This has been a remarkable advance in battery technology, which has been the only hindrance in designing all electric vehicles. Many HEV (hybrid electric vehicles) would be far more superior if they had lighter battery designs that were more efficient.
More interesting advances have been made including using laptop batteries, especially recycled laptop batteries, to power cars that in most cases can completely outperform the most advance combustion engine. As technology and interest in demand grows, it is expected that new battery designs and lighter vehicles will be made available to consumers, both here and abroad. As ordinary vehicle sales drop due to the amount of gas they consume, the new green hybrid electric vehicles are taking center stage and encouraging a more responsible and efficient driver.
When you are planning on purchasing a HEV, be sure to read professional and consumers reviews. In addition, before you make any purchase you should compare the different vehicles, and only buy a vehicle you need. This will save you time, money, and help contribute to the green economy that is building slowly. It would also be best to take a vehicle out for a lengthy test drive before you purchase your new HEV, in order to see the difference and discern if you enjoy being behind the wheel.
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