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Electric vehicles brochures

  1. 1. ELECTRIC CARS THEY EXIST AND THEY ARE WORTH IT Chevy VoltMSRP:$39,145 before tax credit$31,645 after tax credit All time high Gas prices have reached an allGovernment Tax rebate: time high. the average gallon of7,500 gas cost the U.S. consumer 3.75$ it is quickly becoming financiallyGas milage: unsustainable. Along with fossil fuels effects on the environment93 mpc electric, 37 mpg generator it is quickly becoming more obvious that another optionManufacturers vehicle range claim: towards family transport must be taken. the average middle classThe Volt is a full performance electric family spends 4,355 $ a year onvehicle that can also run on gas (but gasoline for their vehicles, theonly when it needs to). With a fully same family will also spend 25,000$ on a new vehicle when itcharged battery, Volt offers an initial is time to invest in one. if middleelectric range of 35 miles(1) - gas - class families were to invest in anand tailpipe emissions-free. When you electric vehicle they would saveneed it to go farther, Volt seamlessly the Money that they put into theto its gas-powered extended-range vehicles purchase in 6 years. boasting upwards of 100 milegenerator, for a total range of up to ranges per charge they exceed the375 miles(7). Charging is simple, your average travel envelope of aVolt will be fully charged in about 10 family, which is 40 miles. Electrichours, depending on climate, with a vehicles can reduce ourstandard 120-volt line, or as little as 4 dependency on petroleum by 69% while boasting absolutely zerohours using an available dedicated emissions reducing the amount of240-volt charging station. Green house gasses released into the atmosphere.
  2. 2. Nissan leaf Model X Model sMSRP: MSRP: MSRP:$ 35,200 before tax credit $ 57,400 before tax credit $ 57,400 before tax credit$27,700 after tax credit $49,00 after tax credit $49,00 after tax creditGovernment Tax rebate: Government Tax rebate: Government Tax rebate:7,500 7,500 7,500Gas milage: Gas milage: Gas milage:120 mpc Electric 120 mpc Electric 120 mpc ElectricManufacturers vehicle range claim: Manufacturers vehicle range claim: Manufacturers vehicle range claim:The nissan volt’s average range is 90 Tesla is an independent car company Tesla is an independent car companymiles before it needs charging. The that has led the way with electric that has led the way with electricrange is effected by the environment vehicles. Their vehicles are higher end vehicles. Their vehicles are higher endand driving conditions that are being and offer upgrades to vehicle range, and offer upgrades to vehicle range,dealt with at the moment. In extreme adding an extra 200 miles to the base adding an extra 200 miles to the basetemperatures situation( above 100 models ranges at a price of an extra models ranges at a price of an extradegrees or below 14) its range drops 50,000, the base models offer a 120 50,000, the base models offer a 120down to 68 miles per charge. optimal mile range. what sets tesla apart is these mile range. what sets tesla apart isoperating temperatures (68-70 vehicles can be considered sleek and these vehicles can be considered sleekdegrees) allow for a 138 mile range. sophisticated offering an electric and sophisticated offering an electric alternative to manufactures like BMW alternative to manufactures like BMW and Mercedes. This allows those with the and Mercedes. This allows those with extra money to own a luxury electric the extra money to own a luxury vehicle. electric vehicle.

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