As the year reaches its end, some of us are already thinking of improvements and changes we wish to perform next year.
Some might be thinking on getting fit, buying a new house or finding a new job. Others could be thinking of better ways to help the environment and be a little bit greener, next year.
An easy, but effective way to become a little bit more compromised with the environment is by getting a new green car. Now, purchasing a new car is not cheap at all, especially if it is an “eco-friendly” car. Nonetheless, your investment will pay up later, saving money in gasoline and polluting the environment a little bit less.
The market already offers a range of eco friendly cars and picking the best one for you is always tricky. In order to help you with your selection here is a list of some of the most popular green cars in 2015, so far.
The 5-door C-Max Hybrid offers great style and comfort, accommodating four passengers and still having room in the back for their gear. Flip down the folding rear seats, and the C-Max’s cargo bay rivals some compact SUVs.
In order to fuse aerodynamics with utility, the 2015 Ford C-Max’s exterior design emphasizes function over form.
Under the hood, you will find a 2.0-liter Atkinson-Cycle 4-cylinder engine, a gearless continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) and a 35-kW electric motor to produce a combined 188 horsepower.
Toyota has released the most stylish, most responsive Camry ever. With a redesigned exterior, freshened interiors with new materials, design and technology and improving the steering, braking and suspension for more responsive driving manners, the Toyota Camry aims to stay as the best-selling car in the country for more than a decade.
Under the hood, you will find a 4-cylinder engine or a more powerful V6, which is rated to return just three miles less per gallon in city/highway combined driving.
The 2015 Tesla Model S is a roomy 5-passenger electric sedan boasting excellent cargo room with advantages in range and performance that its rivals can’t touch. The standard car can accelerate from a standstill to 60 mph in just 4.4 seconds, and the P85D can do it in an astonishing 3.1 seconds.
Model S 70D comes with an AC electric motor with 70 kWh battery pack. With the new 70D, even the least-expensive Tesla Model S has an estimated range of 240 miles thanks to a 70kWh battery rated at 329 horsepower.
The futuristic vision of these car manufacturers can’t stop surprising car fans and enthusiast all over the world. These three examples show the great imagination and design ability of their engineers.
Follow us on our next post to find out, which is –so far- the most popular eco friendly car during the 2015 in America.