The electric car is on the verge of a comeback.
For the first time, American consumers are buying electric cars.
But that hasn’t always been the case.
The electric car’s biggest selling point is the price.
For decades, consumers have been paying more for electric cars than gas-powered cars.
For many, the cost of a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) is just $20,000, and plug-ins are more affordable than gas.
That’s not the case with electric cars, however.
Most electric cars will cost more than $40,000.
What makes electric cars so appealing to buyers is that they’re more fuel efficient than gas cars, according to Edmunds.
That makes them ideal for commuting, especially during the winter when gas mileage drops.
A Tesla Model S PHEV can get 60 miles of driving range per gallon of fuel.
A new study from the University of Michigan found that electric vehicles have higher CO2 emissions than gas vehicles.
That means they’re greener than their gas-burning counterparts.
The new study found that the most efficient gas-electric hybrid cars use 95 percent less electricity compared to electric cars of similar efficiency.
And that’s without including the CO2 that the car emits.
The U.S. EPA says that PHEVs are the safest vehicles on the road.
The EPA says electric cars are less likely to be involved in accidents.
And they have higher fuel economy, according the EPA.
Electric cars are also easier to maintain.
The car’s engine is made of a low-carbon material called graphene, and the car’s battery is made out of nickel.
The EPA has been encouraging electric vehicles to be more fuel-efficient.
In 2014, the agency said that EVs should be 25 percent more fuel friendly than gas in 2020, and 30 percent more friendly in 2025.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said that PHV emissions were lower in 2015 and 2016, compared to 2015 and 2014.
The agency said PHEV emissions were about the same in 2017.
The Chevy Volt PHEV is one of the most fuel-friendly EVs on the market.
It uses a lithium-ion battery, which can store up to 30 percent less energy than conventional batteries.
The electric vehicle uses less energy when compared to conventional gas cars.
The Volt is also more fuelefficient than the Chevrolet Volt, according a 2016 report from the EPA, and uses about half the amount of energy.
The Volt was one of two vehicles that won a Best Gas-electric Vehicle award in the 2019 Electric Vehicle Awards.
A 2017 study from Edmunds found that PHVs had higher fuel efficiency.