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A once industrial driven economy is making headway towards a greener approach– literally. And not only in emissions but in cost as well. More people are moving to leasing deals than buying, and this is happening Nationwide.

By the year 2100, the world will inhabit 11.2 billion people. According to figures from sales tracker Autodata, transactions for 2016 set a soaring record landing at 17.6 million cars and trucks. According to Green Car Congress, only 2.5 percent of those new car deals would be a plug-in hybrid, operated by battery electric, or fuel-cell vehicles–the rest will run on gasoline or diesel fuel–according to the firm.

By the year 2100, the world will inhabit 11.2 billion people. According to figures from sales tracker Autodata, transactions for 2016 set a soaring record landing at 17.6 million cars and trucks. According to Green Car Congress, only 2.5 percent of those new car deals would be a plug-in hybrid, operated by battery electric, or fuel-cell vehicles–the rest will run on gasoline or diesel fuel–according to the firm.

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It is no secret that automobiles generate a multitude of carbon radiations that are dismissed into our atmosphere, leaving us vulnerable to toxic wastes, but that is not going to stop us from our everyday commute to work.

At this rate, humanity is producing a massive carbon footprint at an exponential rate. The automotive industry is focusing on how to sustain the environment positively and further promoting the green growth economy. A hybrid or battery-charged alternative offers a ride that will save the future of tomorrow.

The overall hero of this earth-friendly category is the Prius Prime. Each year an average American easily spends $2,000 to $4,000 on gas; with an at home AeroVironment TurboCord, this 240 Volt Plug-In EV Charger supplies a “full tank” after five and a half hours. Additionally, its 22-mile electric range covers the average American commute. Toyota’s renowned reliability, the Prius Prime, is both a smart purchase and the smart choice.

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Due to the expense of gasoline prices flaring and the movement towards being environment-friendly, hybrid cars are becoming increasingly prevalent. Hybrid cars are now being developed to resemble its common competitors, the gas guzzlers. Although these Hybrids are not mainstream as of yet, electricity will ultimately be the only possibility for the future.

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A more luxurious option is the new Mercedes ML-Class SUV, GLE 500E 4MATIC is the first to offer a PHEV (plug-in hybrid electric) option. With sharper styling and more efficient engines, Mercedes has given its ML class a serious re-working. The GLE 500E 4MATIC combines a V6 gasoline engine paired with an 8.8 KWH electronic module, figuring an extra 116 horsepower to the internal combustion engine’s 333 horsepower. These Mercedes drivers have the option to drive in electric-only mode at speeds up to 81 MPH, while ideal conditions will allow 19 miles of electric-only running.

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But the BMW makes headway with the upgraded X5 eDrive; the eDrive will use 2.0 L Turbocharged 4-cylinder producing 240 horsepower, complemented with an eight-speed, and a ZF automatic by using a 100 horsepower electric motor as a torque converter.
The battery pack resides in the back of the car while the charge adaptor is on the front end. The overall power output lands at 300 horsepower with the electric motor filling in for the turbo lag. Even though the X5 is not the quickest SUV on the block, BMW still implements a turbo boost from 0 to 60 MPH under 7 seconds.

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