One thing that we immediately did not like about 2014 Audi A3 e-tron Plug-In Hybrid is the way it was announced and described. German company stated that: “We’re proud the Audi A3 e-tron doesn’t look like an electric car.” If they are making EV’s it would be far better to bring slightly different statements.
Maybe 2014 Ford Fiesta SFE is not a hybrid or electric vehicle but it still manages to bring pretty good fuel economy. This company has managed to additionally improve fuel economy for 2014 model and most important thing about this car is its fuel economy.
We are receiving reports about 2013 Audi A1 e-tron and the test drive about which many drivers have only nice words. It is a shame that this range extended vehicle is in prototype and test phase only while its delivery to the market is not yet confirmed.
What we immediately need to say about Audi R8 e-tron is that it will not be produced any more. These are the bad new and it is a shame that we are starting story about this electric car with such a bad news.
There are many ways to improve fuel economy and there are many factors that influencing the fuel consumption. Certainly one of those is the transmission that is used. We are not here to discus which is better and which we like more, it is simple, we are looking at the results and what are benefits of a type of transmission over other.
There are many drivers that are waiting to see 2015 Infiniti LE which represents the all electric mid size sedan from Nissan’s luxury department. We have a bad news for all those that are waiting to see this vehicle, according to reports this car has been put on hold.
Finally we are getting information’s about 2014 Chevrolet Malibu that should be delivered this fall. According to reports every new vehicle will be equipped with Start/Stop system as a standard. This will lower the fuel consumption and improve the efficiency of this vehicle.
At the presentation of Audi A3 g-tron we were able to hear many times that this vehicle brings no compromises and that everything will be pretty much same like with a standard, gasoline powered version. Only difference will be the fact that this version will have significantly lower emission.