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Improving the efficiency of conventional vehicles is, up to a point, the most economical and easiest-to-implement approach to saving fuel and lowering emissions, the report said.
Reuss also stated that the company envisions a day when 'we have an affordable electric car that offers 300 miles of range with all the comfort and utility of a conventional vehicle.
That means that PEVs have lower carbon emissions than the average conventional vehicle in operation.
THE only way of making electrically powered vehicles practicable is to have their batteries interchangeable (charged for discharged) at drive-through service stations, requiring less time than it takes to refuel a conventional vehicle.
Conceived and designed in the Los Angeles area, where tight, confined parking areas for apartments, office buildings and even suburban homes are part of everyday driving, the concept weaves Cadillac's iconic design elements into a form that eschews conventional vehicle design to answer the needs of those metropolitan motorists.
The gap between a hybrid and a comparable conventional vehicle is typically several thousand dollars.
By 2023, the total cost of fuel cell vehicles, including the cost of hydrogen fuel over a vehicle's lifetime, could become competitive with conventional vehicles.
5 million tons less harmful CO2 emissions than would have been the case had their owners opted for conventional vehicles.