The transition to electric vehicles is finally here.
The first electric vehicles were delivered to customers in the U.S. in 2016.
The last to be delivered were the Tesla Model 3, which went on sale in 2019.
Today, the electric car market is booming and the market for electric vehicles continues to grow.
The electric vehicle industry is expected to reach $100 billion in 2019, up from $57 billion in 2020, according to the Association of Automobile Manufacturers.
There is also an abundance of available batteries for electric cars.
But it can be challenging to find the right vehicle for your family and community.
Here are some tips to help you make the switch.
When choosing the right electric vehicle to make it easier to transition, consider the following: If you live in a city, look at which models are available.
If your city has a large percentage of older residents who are also car-dependent, you may want to consider a plug-in hybrid vehicle.
If you’re not in a rural area, consider a compact SUV.
If the type of vehicle you choose is the right fit for your needs, the best option is a plug and play vehicle.
Here’s a look at some models you can look at.
Ford Fusion Hybrid The Fusion Hybrid is a hybrid vehicle that delivers great range, safety and affordability.
It’s one of the first hybrid vehicles that are available on the market today.
It can reach 60 miles per charge (mpg) in a full city or highway driving mode.
The Ford Fusion is available in five different color combinations: silver, black, gold, gray and white.
If I’m not mistaken, there is also a hybrid version of the Fusion that comes with a solar roof.
The Fusion is also available in a range of price points from $27,500 for a base model to $38,500 with a $3,000 discount.
You can also get the Fusion Hybrid for $34,500, but the $2,500 price tag makes it less appealing for some.
Ford is also introducing the Frontier, which will be available later this year with an extended range of 60 mpg.
Toyota Prius Prime Prime Prime is the best-selling hybrid car in the world.
The Prius has the same fuel economy as a plug electric car, and the Prius is also able to do 60 miles (100 kilometers) on a full charge.
The Prime has a hybrid fuel cell (HFC) battery that delivers 50% more energy than the conventional battery in a plug EV.
It also has an electric drivetrain that is capable of producing 0-60 mph (0-100 km/h) in just 2.9 seconds, and it can go from zero to 100 mph (220 km/hr) in 3.3 seconds.
However, the Priuses hybrid system is only rated at about 75 miles per gallon (71 kilometers per liter) compared to the plug electric range of 95 mpg (104 kilometers per gallon).
It also comes with optional all-wheel drive (AWD) which can help to get you from zero-to-60 in 5.6 seconds.
Toyota also has a range extender that can extend the Priuss range from 100 miles (220 kilometers) to 200 miles (300 kilometers) in 2.4 seconds.
Honda Odyssey Hybrid The Honda Odyssey is a new hybrid vehicle with an electric motor that delivers up to 65 miles (105 kilometers) of range per charge.
It is also rated at up to 100 mpg for the same driving range.
The Odyssey is available for a starting price of $27.95, but if you opt for the Odyssey Extended Range ($34,000) you can get a range extension option that adds up to 240 miles (400 kilometers) with the option to go up to 400 miles (660 kilometers) at $39,000.
You also get a battery pack that is rated at 20 kWh, which is a large battery that provides up to 10% more power than the plug-electric range.
It has a five-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters, which helps to get your hands on the gearbox.
You’ll get the same range as a hybrid plug-down, but you can also use a hybrid-only powertrain with the Odyssey.
Nissan Leaf The Leaf is an affordable plug-drive hybrid vehicle designed for the 21st century.
The Leaf has a maximum range of 100 miles, and Nissan has also designed it with electric drivetrains.
Nissan’s electric range extenders, which are called Plug-Electric Powertrains (PEPTs), can help you reach up to 300 miles (500 kilometers) or 500 miles (750 kilometers) without needing a charge, depending on your driving style.
The Nissan Leaf also has the ability to have a range-extending battery pack.
The batteries can be paired to a hybrid powertrain to give you up to 600 miles (945 kilometers) and 600 miles of range at $4,