Toyota's hybrid sales continue to decline, while Ford's, Honda's level off
"The shift has gone faster than we'd thought" to phasing out sales of fossil fuel vehicles by 2025.
The final member of the Ioniq family now has final facts and figures.
Battery technology remains the biggest hurdle.
The move means an additional $200 million and 150 more jobs for Flat Rock.
The Tesla Model 3 production delay is a factor, too
If you're shopping for a new vehicle these days, there's a litany of acronyms, buzzwords, and technobabble to further complicate an already difficult decision. But if you're looking at a green powertrain, you have three basic choices to compare: hybrid, plug-in hybrid and "EV" or, electric vehicle.
Plug-in and hybrid demand edges up as Toyota, GM and Honda gains offset slowing Ford growth, Leaf decline.
It gets 47 electric-only miles on a full charge.
Ford and Chevy rise, Toyota falls as August green-car sales are about even with last year's.
And like any dream, it probably won't be there when we wake up.
Hybrid and plug-in sales growth from U.S. automakers fall off, offsetting gains from Nissan and Honda.
Ford, General Motors and Tesla all boost plug-in and hybrid vehicle sales for May.
Diesels are 50 percent of the market in Europe, and most XC90s sold there are diesel.