February 22, 2010

The Future of Hybrid Cars


future of hybrid cars

Exclusive summary about Future of Hybrid Cars by Pauline Go

Speculations are on about the future of hybrid cars. With relatively new technology, some believe that hybrid cars are fast turning into the cars of future. Consumers are ready to take chance with the advance technology which hybrid cars have on offer. Today, Honda and Toyota are the two prominent companies producing hybrid cars.

While Honda launched its Honda Civic Hybrid, Toyota is ready with its Prius. With brands such as Nissan, Mazda, Ford, Fiat, Peugeot, Audi, Mercury and even Porsche, all these vehicles are licensed to use Toyota's Hybrid technology in future. In spite of this much hyped show, hybrid cars are somehow falling flat on consumer market.

Hybrid cars lack in mileage which is a great setback for all the hybrid car owners. Currently a hybrid car gets up to a mileage of 31 mpg on city and 45 mpg on highway. Unless manufacturers seriously look into this aspect, the car may fail to sustain the on-going hybrid mania for long.

Future of Hybrid Cars

Exclusive summary about Future of Hybrid Cars by Albert Tay

The hybrid car designs of the future are including sports car models that have been all-time favorites with the world in the past and are now being revived with the brand new hybrid engine in mind.

With a mindset of grasping and expanding the propulsion features that are somewhat limited in today's hybrid car designs, there are retro styling efforts that are focusing on providing hybrid cars with optional V8 engine capacities.

There are considerations in place to use solar cells in the framework of hybrid automobiles. The future hybrid car will need to focus more on greenhouse gases that negatively effect the environment as well as a hybrid car that will be even more fuel efficient.

3 comments:

Javier said...

As a fan of cars, I am pretty happy to see the advancement of our technology to improve the ways how we can be comfortable about the energy source of what we're driving. Seeing some hybrid cars at the Orange car dealers a few months ago, it made me interested in getting one sometime soon.

Brad said...

Great blog on hybrid cars! It's nice to know that there are environment-friendly cars available in the market. People are much aware now of our environment.
Brad Fallon

Jones Morris said...

Owning and driving a hybrid car is not only smart, it’s financially wise. The average amount of money saved when switching to a hybrid is nearly $500 annually on gas!! hybrid vehicles