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Hybrid Cars「ハイブリッド車」 A Commitment to the Future

Technological development and rising living standards that have been achieved in recent decades, has allowed most people to have their own car to facilitate mobility and rapprochement between people. However, this reality that in principle benefits us all has environmental consequences that must be considered.
Beyond the comfort that involves having a car and popularizing the use of private vehicles has also meant an increase in air pollution levels. A recent study at the Institute of Health Carlos III has shown a strong correlation between high levels of pollution and mortality from heart disease, especially in big cities. Fortunately, automotive companies are creating solutions to this situation by creating models of cars with low emission or hybrid cars the novel, as in Spain and represent 1.3% of the car market Savings, convenience and quality respecting nature
A hybrid car, in essence, is one that has a traditional combustion engine and an electric motor. Thanks to the electric motor the car can travel on urban centers where cars are banned traditional, so it is a comfort for the driver. However, when it must travel on the expressway, activates the combustion engine which, in turn, can recharge the battery and produce electricity.
As this type of car has two propulsion systems, has a wide range of travel, usually in excess of 1,000 kilometers without refueling. Furthermore, the fact that the electric motor is used for the combustion engine is smaller, but with efficiency 44% higher than that of traditional cars, thereby promoting a significant saving in regard to fuel.
Moreover since automotive companies themselves and governments are encouraging the car offers efficient hybrid or because they respect the environment and have a lower consumption. Usually hybrid cars are subject to a road tax and insurance premiums much cheaper. To this we must add that there are some governments incentives are a further source of savings.
They are a real alternative with pros and cons. approximately one third of respondents if I had to move the car in 2011 prefer a classical heat engine. It makes sense; it may be our last car engine "classic".
Another third of respondents understood that maintains all the advantages of a gasoline engine, but reducing consumption.
A 21% understand it as an alternative to a diesel engine, which you could be a mistake from the economic point of view depending on the amount of miles and the roads used.
And in last place, but with a significant 20%, there are those who prefer driving mode hybrids the classics, either by softness or representing efficiency.

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