Saturday, January 9, 2010

Gasoline-Electric Hybrid Vehicle

The Toyota Prius is the first gasoline-electric hybrid vehicle. In Japan, it tops the annual sales, with buyers willing to wait six months for deliveries of the curvaceous "green" car. Customers want to embrace green auto technology that appears to go beyond a simple moneysaving response to the ups and downs of gasoline prices. This is the reason why the Toyota Prius becomes a well sought after car.

This electric hybrid vehicle caught on in the U.S. and other parts of the world as well, although not with quite the same passionate intensity as it has in Japan, Toyota Motor Corp.'s home market.

The new Prius gets a combined 50 miles per gallon, compared with 46 mpg for the 2009 model, according to Toyota. It does even better under Japanese government testing standards, at 38 kilometers per liter, which converts to 90 miles per gallon.

Wanna go green? This Gasoline-electric Hybrid Car is for you....


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