Small Engine + Electric Motor = Huge Efficiencies
Cars are generally designed with engines more
powerful than needed. The idea is to budget
for demanding occasions. However, in order to be
mighty, the engines have to be big, which, in turn,
means they also have reduced fuel efficiencies.
Hybrid Electric Vehicles put out more power while
running on less fuel because they have modest engines
that are backed up by electric motors. For ordinary
driving tasks, the small engine is called upon, and
should matters become challenging, it's helped out
by the electric one.
Top Cars By Green Rating
2007 Honda Civic GX NGV, 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid,
2008 Toyota Prius, 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid.