Ok I gotcha...but I think something other than gas engines has to be the future...batteries have to get better...electric cars have to go alot further and be more responsive and the real key is...not have to be plugged in every 30 miles....its going to be a good while yet
Have you driven ALL hybrids to say so? Did you know ford makes a hybrid Explorer, that looks, and drives, the same as a reg explorer?
Have you tried driving the Honda CR-Z?
Don't get me wrong, I'm not a gung ho hybrid fan. I still see issues with them, from an environmental standpoint, and from a utilitarian. But sometimes, in order to get to the next step, you gotta build one between the one you're on, and the one you wanna get to.
“Capitalism is the astounding belief that the most wickedest of men will do the most wickedest of things for the greatest good of everyone.” John Maynard Keynes
And we still have to figure out how to generate "clean" electricity. Personally, that's my biggest concern. I feel like electric cars are just trading one devil for another, unless the public all of a sudden embraces the idea of more nuclear power plants, which I highly doubt.
Even hydrogen powered cars come with real issues, far beyond safety. What happens to, say, FL, if everyone started driving cars who's byproduct was moisture?
Since enviros are so stupid that they'd expect us to buy ecobuggies, shouldn't we question the competence of their scientific theories too? These are really B students jealous of A students, whose glory is the products they invented for industrialization.
On the outside, trickling down on the insiders.
We won't live free until the 1% live in fear.
Hey, richboys! Imagine the boot of democracy stomping on your faces, forever.