An electric vehicle is one which, instead of being powered by a combustion engine, is powered by a battery and one or two electric motors. It does not emit CO2, and the battery must be charged using an electrical source.
A hybrid vehicle is one which combines a combustion engine with a battery and electric motor. Hybrid vehicles come in several types, some of which must be charged using an electrical source, while others are charged by the engine while the vehicle is in motion.
The battery on a hybrid vehicle is designed to last for at least 100,000 miles, meaning it’s unlikely to need replacing by the original owner.
If you have any questions, or need more information about our hybrid and electric vehicles, contact us today and our team will be happy to help.