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Near Future Car might not run on gasoline

Americans are used to fill their cars with gasoline without lead, but in a few years, that may not be the case.


Several manufacturers are models diesel powered on the L.a. auto show 2012 debut. These models and a wave of new electric cars give consumers more options than the conventional gasoline-powered car.


BMW, Audi, Volvo, and Volkswagen are only a few manufacturers of car set to expand or start the diesel models. Audi trotted up two models of diesel engine 2012 and more than four models should offer in the year 2013.


The reason for the resurgence of diesel engines is simply - better fuel economy.


"The performance is identical to a gasoline-engine car, but get the best fuel economy, of 50% out of it," Mike Evans, Director of project development by Shell said fuel. «These diesel cars are very, very efficient fuel.»


Evans said the diesel-engined cars like used Nissan Elgrand dominate the European markets in the years, but he said that the alternative energy source, especially because of the stigma, reluctant to embrace the United States was dirty and loud.


However, the US views on the source of energy seem to develop.


Sales of diesel vehicles jumped by 28% in the first half of 2012, according to and tree for sale and linked. The steady increase was led by Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz and Audi.


Additional fuel economy comes with same cost if, according to Forbes.


Diesel fuel costs about 60 cents more than regular unleaded in Houston, which means that the driver is a premium for additional fuel economy numbers. Also diesel, such as electric cars, often cost more than gasoline models.


Forbes said that the economies of diesel cars as Nissan Elgrand could minimize these factors and more expensive repairs.


Car manufacturers are not only however extend their lines of diesel.


Several, including luxury brands, increase the number of electric vehicles, which would like to take advantage of demand for better fuel economy.


Consumers have been leery of electric cars in recent years, mainly due to the range, appearance and security concerns. These concerns were the reasons cited for the slow sales of the Chevrolet Volt and the Nissan leaf, according to a recent survey.


The manufacturer, try some of these problems to solve, through the introduction of more creative design, ensure the safety of cars like mazda rx 8 for sale and the development of advanced batteries. Driver could improved batteries faster free cars as well as a greater distance of travel on a single charge.


Increase in the price of gasoline could also electric cars more attractive for the driver.


Hyundai, Toyota and Nissan are the ability to think outside the box-fuel source. All three automakers are working on fuel cell vehicles.


While the Los Angeles show says car Hyundai CEO John Krafcik of the Detroit Free Press that he offer the first automaker wants to be a fuel cell vehicle.


"We will not renounce hybrids," he told the newspaper. "But we go full steam on fuel."


Toyota plans to launch sedan fuel by 2015, and this year Nissan unveiled its Terra, which is powered by a fuel cell car of concept.

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