Hybrid cars are a transition step. We get a much better EV future the more we leave oil in the ground.I don’t see the benefits of a hybrid. ... Soon it will be pure EV in a decade or two and people will look back on hybrid saying what was all that for?
PHEV are not HEV and Subaru doesn't make an HEV. Ironically, its the PHEV that can make sense for some.a hybrid makes no financial sense for us.
Leaving oil in the ground makes tremendous environmental sense.It also makes no environmental sense.
And that's the rub through the transition period! Imagine the benefit if every vehicle used 2/3 the fuel!hybrid is the only really viable option
CLICKBAIT ALERTNumerous articles on the subject can be found in New Scientist, Scientific American
Nothing from New Scientist, nothing from SA, just some woman quoting herself. Is anyone surprised that a car makes more CO2 when the engine's running than when it's not? Nothing unexpected is happening... tempest in a teapot.
See above. It's easy to get sucked in if you hear what you expect to hear.Honestly, the information in the article is not surprising to me.
Careful... quoted rates are much lower than your marginal rate (what you pay for the next kWh). My "rate" is $0.05, but it costs me $0.08 to buy the next kWh, a 60% difference.my overnight rate is .06/kWH.
Amen!careful whose advice you listen to.
And I got this wrong. Subaru's not nuts.