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Green Cars Update Plug Into the Latest Trends


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hrough August in the U.S., auto- makers sold 36,380 battery electric and plug-in hybrid cars (PHEV),


compared to 16,514 by the same time last year. Sales are booming, although it’s not reflected in fairly flat sales of green cars overall. Te reason is that hybrid sales are being lost as consumers go fully electric. Americans are moving up from fuel-ef-


ficient gas/electric hybrids as their confi- dence grows in what batteries can do on their own, but they’re not yet making the vital eco-switch of giving up their gas-guz- zling SUVs in favor of full electrics. Rather, gas-burning SUV sales keep growing to the point where they dominate the overall auto market. To get up to speed on the terminology, a


hybrid (think Toyota Prius) is powered by a small gas engine and uses an electric motor as a supplement; a PHEV (like the Chevro- let Volt) has an all-electric range of 15 to 50 miles, and then activates its gas engine for an additional 300 miles or more; a battery electric relies exclusively on electric power and runs out of “gas” when the battery


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