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Is hybrid technology really better than fossil fuels?

Asked by: KuAkhdar
  • The way of the future

    You seriously believe that the way humans are guzzling away at fossil fuels is sustainable? Erroneous!
    It is widely predicted that by the year 2050 we will have reached a plateau in regards to the findings of fossil fuels.
    It is quintessential that we start changing our routine - we have to adapt to new technology which is more "eco-friendly". Fossil fuels are a way of the past - and hybrids are a step forward in the future.

  • The way of the future

    You seriously believe that the way humans are guzzling away at fossil fuels is sustainable? Erroneous!
    It is widely predicted that by the year 2050 we will have reached a plateau in regards to the findings of fossil fuels.
    It is quintessential that we start changing our routine - we have to adapt to new technology which is more "eco-friendly". Fossil fuels are a way of the past - and hybrids are a step forward in the future.

  • Currently maybe not, but:

    Long term, 100% without a doubt before we rely on some other fuel source such as full time electric/solar cars. Eventually I see us utilize the roof top of every vehicle similar to an alternator when solar tech expands. They could potentially make the entire top of a body solar panels within the body.

    Currently though Hybrid tech isn't "better" in many ways. Such as cost, options, speed, distance, ect... Tesla is the most promising with full time electric but there are is a lot of potential for some REALLY high perform 300+ HP cars getting 60+ miles/gallon when the tech is a bit more perfected.

  • It's a waste of time.

    Hybrid tech is just a band-aid, a complete waste of time. We have much more promising technology already existing why waste our time on hybrid tech. Where I live a man has made a car using a 3 cylinder tractor motor that gets 200 miles to the gallon and goes 65 mph while doing it. If he can do that with spare parts then why the hell do we need a Prius.


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