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    Hybrid- New Plug-ins cars With the society becoming more environmentally cautious, it is not surprising that people are looking into more efficient ways to decrease air pollution from mobile emission. One way the society can decrease some of the environment pollutants on earth is decrease toxic emission from mobile sources. To this end, the government is in full support of initiatives to reduce air pollution by the car industry under the guidance of the EPA. These initiatives by all accounts will provide a healthier or greener environment for the future generation. One of the ways the auto industry is supporting the clean air initiative is the roll out of different generation of hybrid automobile, notably the newer plug-in hybrid and the traditional hybrid. The newer plug-in hybrids cars for example are automobile that is partly uses gas and partly uses electricity and partly have electric Plug-In…

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    Gasoline Powered Vehicles

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    State alone had 4,000 registered cars with 53% of them being steam-powered, 27% gasoline-powered, and 20% electric. Hybrid vehicles concepts have been successful in the past and they were not publically noticed until November of 1905. (Curtis D. Anderson, p.36) Electric cars since struggled to keep up with their gas-powered counterparts until the stock market crash of 1929. Major companies that produced electric vehicles went bankrupt. The production of the electric car was put to a halt and…

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    Plug In Cars

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    The plug-in hybrid is the way to go The future of automobiles is changing very rapidly. With a demand for less pollution and more efficient vehicles, we need to have alternatives to petroleum powered vehicles. As of now there are a couple of choices to choose from. You can currently buy a pure electric vehicle, a plug-in hybrid vehicle, or a regular hybrid vehicle, as an alternative to standard gasoline powered cars. Of the choices listed, the plug-in vehicle, is the best option for an…

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    Hybrid Vehicles Essay

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    vehicles just hybrids or all electric cars and trucks. There will be less emissions being let off all at once it virtually will be cut in half. Many car companies have made the push to manufacture electric cars. Also many of the high end luxury companies like Ferrari, McLaren, Porsche and BMW are making the push for it. You may think this raises the price and it has the chance of doing it depending on the car. The systems are getting more advanced as the days go by the cars get smarter and…

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    Some of these new technologies include hybrid cars, plug-in hybrid cars, electric cars, and cars with higher fuel-efficiency. Hybrid cars are cars that still use gas, but also use more electricity. By adding an electric motor and rechargeable batteries, you can increase the efficacy by 50%. Plug-in hybrids have larger battery and can go up to 40 miles with out using gas just by plugging them into a normal outlet in your home. Electric cars use no gas, reduce dependency on oil, and are cheaper to…

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    Electric Car Factors

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    Factors Influencing the Growth of Electric Car 1. Cost Factors: - a. Batteries and Fuel: The cost of the Plug-in Electric vehicle is comparatively higher than that of the conventional vehicles. The main reason for high cost is the cost of its batteries. There is uncertainty in the resale value of plug-in electric vehicle because of its battery deterioration. However, the operational cost of plug in vehicle is much lower than its counterparts. The cost of charging electric vehicles is…

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    Tesla Car Model

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    7 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE BUYING A TESLA MODEL S The Tesla Model S is a fully electric car created by Tesla Motors. The body structure is chiefly aluminium strengthened with steel in key areas. It is a car you need to buy if you know what you want. The Tesla Model S is not a hybrid, it has no engine but, it is the car that will exactly suit your needs for years to come. The Tesla Model S is unlike anything you've seen before and it has the size, pace and range to compete with any…

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    Hybrid vehicles sell far less than regular gas powered vehicles. An aggressive boost in hybrid vehicles would reduce the levels of Co2, slowing climate change in the process. Nonetheless, a vast majority of Americans still drive gas powered vehicles regardless of their views on climate change. Factors that influence hybrid vehicle sales the most, besides climate change, in the United States are political parties, government, and money. So why are the numbers still so low compared to regular gas…

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    Kia Niro Research Paper

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    Our New Mexico Kia Dealerships report drivers are flocking to their lots to see the 2017 Kia Niro and it's easy to see why. This model combines a subcompact crossover and a hybrid powertrain into one amazing vehicle. The roomy interior is sure to be appreciated by all who take a ride in the vehicle, and the driver will love the elevated seating, which provides them with a better view of the road. The gas engine/electric motor combination provides 139 horsepower, and fuel economy comes in at 52…

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    Electric cars are better than gasoline powered vehicles because there maintenance is low cost. Brad Berman explains that, “The common assumption is $0.12 a kilowatt-hour for electricity and about $4.00 a gallon of gasoline”(“Total Cost of Ownership of an Electric Car” par.4). In other words, there is 1,000 watts in a kilowatt for one hour. Gasoline is very expensive, but to charge the battery of an electric vehicle is far less inexpensive than gasoline. Charging the battery for an electric…

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