Do you think electric cars will come back in the future?
Or will new and improved technologies be invented in cars to help the environment other then the Hybrid?
Asked By: natalie.* - 1/1/2008
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Well, either is possible, of course... More
Answered By: crabby_blindguy3 - 1/1/2008
Additional Answers (11)
Yes, Earth will soon run out oil someday there have to be or how r we going to travel in the future
Answered By: Itachi - 1/1/2008
If electric cars are to ever become practical, two things need to happen: One, they need to make the car a long-distance vehicle - capable of 500+ miles at 60+ miles per hour on a single charge, and two, they need to come up with an environmentally-friendly way to generate the electricity which will be used to charge... More
Answered By: acidman1968 - 1/1/2008
Answered By: New123 - 1/1/2008
PROBABLY, LOOKING AT HOW STUFF IS GOING THESE DAYS, I HAVE TO SAY YES!
Answered By: live.mellon - 1/2/2008
yes because when people realize global warming is a big problem and that cars r one of the main reasons they will have to bring back the electric car
Answered By: Priscilla T - 1/2/2008
Good electric cars are need of this time. They will solve many problems i.e. political, environmental and economical.
Answered By: azurewaters1 - 1/2/2008
electric and hybrid cars are coming back now, every car producer is developing some electric cars, and in a few years the best technology for electric cars will become evident... More
Answered By: amiram a - 1/2/2008
I dont think in our life time . Oil companys run this world , and they will not allow it . They have cars that can run off water . I think Jay Leno has one .
Answered By: Brad H - 1/2/2008
Yes, in fact they already are... More
Answered By: Dana1981, Master of Science - 1/2/2008
Yes and yes. Read 'the sea of energy in which the earth floats' by TH Moray. We don't NEED battery power to run electric cars!
Answered By: Michelle C - 1/2/2008
Electric cars will only become common when they can match the total performance of petroleum powered vehicles. This includes, such items as acceleration, cruising speed, cruising range, comfort, cost and refueling cycle time. To date no competative electric car exists.
Answered By: The Voice of Reason - 1/2/2008
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