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Alternative Fuel Vehicle Features

Fueling the Future

A three-quarter rear view of a 2016 Chevrolet Volt Premier hatchback electric-hybrid plug-in vehicle

Electric Cars, Hybrids, Diesels and More

With growing concerns over gas prices and the environment, automakers are responding by producing more and more green energy cars. Some of the alternative fuel vehicles already on the market, or currently in development, are powered by engines that use hybrid technology, electricity, fuel cells, compressed air or hydrogen. See below for our reviews and features on how the automobile industry is shaping the future of driving.


A three-quarter front view of a Tesla Model S electric sedan

Electric Cars
The future has arrived, and it doesn't take gas! From high-performance coupes to roomy sedans, check out all of the great fuel-free rides in order to find the perfect EV for you.

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A three-quarter front view of a 2016 Volvo XC90 T8 Plug-In Hybrid SUV

Hybrid Cars
Once seen as a novelty on American roadways, hybrid cars have since become a showroom staple. Take a look at our featured hybrid reviews to find a wide variety of high-quality, high-mpg vehicles.

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Compressed Air

Compressed Natural Gas

The 2013 Honda Civic CNG uses compressed natural gas to help reduce pollution in the environment


Diesel

The 2016 Nissan Titan XD Pro-4X uses clean diesel technology


Hydrogen

The 2015 Toyota FCV Concept


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