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With the advancement of Electric Vehicle capabilities the use of hybrid and fully electric technology are rapidly growing. When Hybrid cars first entered the car scene in 1997, with the Toyota Prius NHW10 the thought of it has drastically changed with our environment changing every day. Where as the first fully electric car was introduced in 2008 by Tesla; from there the Electric Vehicle market has exponentially grew along with its ecosystem of electric plugin stations.

There are key points for where the Electric Vehicle and a Hybrid differ, such as the amount of torque(power), the maintenance cost, and the reliance on gas. With that, the technology used in each type of car is slightly different from the capabilities depending on the year. This was introduced with the number and types of motors used, regenerative breaking systems, updated technology features such as utilizing sensor to deter moving accidents or even autopilot.  To learn more about the Pros and Cons of each type of vehicle visit https://www.thepennyhoarder.com/save-money/hybrid-vs-electric/? to make the best choice for your needs and the needs of our environment.

 

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