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It's a hybrid !!

The motor car industry is in transition right now. It is a slow process that will take the motor car back to it's roots as the 'electric carriage' of the 1830's.  Electric cars were common until the petrol (gasoline) overcame the limitations of battery storage capacity and vehicle distance, to dominate the market for over 100 years.  The long term trend in the rising cost of fuel, the impact of the combustion engine on the environment and changing social/work patterns have re-introduced the electric car back into the market.
Despite electric car innovation, if you are in the market for a new car today, it's likely that you will settle for a hybrid. The hybrid overcomes the deficiencies of current battery technology in electric cars while offsetting the rising cost of petrol.

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