Cars using alternative powertrains, such as electric power, fuel cells and plug-in hybrids, are expected to see substantial growth over the next decade. Only two models were available in 1997, compared with 98 in 2019.
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Number of non-gas car models will triple by 2025
Posted 16 February 2019 - 04:35 PM
Posted 17 February 2019 - 07:46 AM
Probably quite likely to occur when one considers that batteries are becoming better with better ranges (200-300 nmi) and faster charging ability supported by infrastructure at a cheaper price tag. I think most cars that were battery powered in the 1990's were insanely short ranged as in 25-50 nmi , limited recharge infrastructure and cost a ton.
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