Consumers will decide in 2020 whether to purchase an electric vehicle or a gas-driven car.
A new report from Consumer Reports finds that electric and gas-electric vehicles are going to be a lot more popular than electric vehicles ever were.
“If you are driving an electric, gas-operated vehicle for the first time, you are going, ‘Hey, what are we going to do?
Are we going on the road to be more energy efficient?
Are there other benefits?'”
Consumer Reports Senior Writer David L. Pinto told MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell.
“So this is a critical time for electric cars, but also for gas- or hybrid-electric cars.
There’s not going to a lot of choice, at least right now.”
Consumers can make the decision to buy a hybrid electric car by checking out the latest price on Tesla’s website.
For electric vehicles, the report says that the top three brands on the list are Tesla, Nissan and Toyota.
If you are looking for an electric SUV, the best brands to go with are Ford, General Motors and Nissan.
Consumers can also check out the best gas- and hybrid-powered cars available at gas stations, as well as other electric car stores.
The report also said that electric vehicles are not going anywhere anytime soon, with more than 70% of Americans still wanting to own an electric or plug-in hybrid vehicle.
Consumers should also pay close attention to the fact that electric vehicle battery prices will increase over time.
The price of a Tesla Model S sedan went up more than 4% in the last three months of 2018, but the company is not yet reporting the exact number of cars that will go on sale in the first quarter of 2019.