Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Drive Green



2011 is shaping up to be a very green one... at least in the auto industry. The Chevrolet Volt and the Nissan Leaf are the first two to be kicked off in 2011. There are 8 hybrids, and 12 plug-in electric cars that are slated to be released in 2011. 

These green cars could very well change (or at least have an impact) on a debatable dying industry. I am very curious as to how these cars are received and if they make the necessary impact they need to establish a solid foothold in the market.

With the prices of gas consistently rising, these new cars could be the solution to a growing problem... I hope.

What do you guys think?

13 comments:

Chuck McElroy IV said...

I'm personally excited about the Nissan Leaf. My wife is due for a new car anytime soon so I think this may be an option for us.

Smile said...

Every1 should drive an electric car, dunno what top speed they have though

Mister Sharaf said...

drive green save planet

MikeyB said...

why must we go through all thsi trouble to save the environment, when we are all dying in 2012 anyways.

ThatGuy said...

I can not wait for electric cars to be mainstream for many reasons. The price of gas is getting crazy.

Leddi said...

The look reminds a smart roadster from the back

Monster Madness said...

I love green stuff

cooperlife said...

I think if I just spray paint my car green, I can save money from buying a new car while also having the ability to gloat about driving a green car.

Super Rehab Clinic said...

Great idea. Only one problem.. Your electric bill skyrockets. Specialy if the tax idea goes though

SuciƓ Sanchez said...

I definitely see more small cars on US roads now. But hybrids are still driven by economically (& environmentally) illiterate toss-pots.

Come At Me Bro said...

Great car!

Telia Tuli said...

Still can't bring myself to buy one.
Must...use.....gassss

Poetry Is Life said...

i would drive purple if it saved monies

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