24 Feb Hybrid Cars
Will All Cars Be Hybrids By 2025?
Let’s talk about Hybrid cars:
By 2025 the CEO of McLaren, Mike Flewitt, wants to change almost every car of theirs’ to become a hybrid. Flewitt, said his goal is for the entire McLaren line-up to use some form of electric power by 2025. He hinted that there may be an all-electric McLaren at some point moving hypercars into the hybrid space. There will be more and more hybrid cars soon and it is time to change from regular motors to electric cars/trucks because they help the environment and cost less, on repair and overall basic maintenance. Electric cars would change the gas stations to electric car stations, probably with a hotel or motel right next to it too. Reason’s for why hybrid cars are not as popular right now comes down to cost and lack of options. What if hybrids were less costly to buy? What if people had more money to put into research for hybrids? Could we possibly have more options on the streets? Why wait a year when you can get one now?
We should be spending money on answering these questions to significantly decrease pollution. The idea to go hybrid is long-lived and it is time to start acting on it. We, humans, would have greener grasses, bluer skies, cleaner lakes, more animals on this planet with little to no risk of pollution. Hybrids can change the world, but only if we try a little bit harder. Mclaren is working hard to use the hybrid technology that currently exists to create something better; something someone already had an idea for, something that has been created before, but different. Like Mclaren, by 2025 GB Autos hopes to adopt world changing technologies by servicing and selling more hybrid vehicle makes and models.