Also the Chrysler Peapod
the Tesla sport car cost about 105,000
dollars each and there is a waiting list for them.
However, if you willing to wait until 2011,
reports that I am reading suggest that the
upcoming new generation of EVs -
like the Volt or Chrysler's EV jeeps
will initial cost 10,000 dollars more
more than a comparable new PHEV/ HEV
and almost 20,000 dollars more than a regular
conventional gas/diesel vehicle.
When the Volt and Chrylser's EV jeep
reach the dealerships about 2010 or 2011,
these new EVs are expected to cost from
40,000 to 60,000 each. Reports suggest
the new PHEV Prius and Insight which
should arrive at the dealers around 2010
and cost from 25,000 to 33,000.
I am expecting the Hyundai HEV which
should arrive at the dealership around
2011 is likely to be the cheapest HEV
on the market.
Both EVs and PHEVs purchased in 2009
and there afterwards may qualify for