The biggest surprise of the week, though, was the news that the next generation of electric cars is coming for your kids.
The car-sharing service Zipcar, which was launched in the US in January, is set to roll out in the coming months, with the first cars to hit the market in 2019.
And this news is just the tip of the iceberg.
The electric car revolution is underway.
In the US alone, a fleet of more than 500,000 electric vehicles has been sold since Zipcar launched.
“Our cars are going to be a big part of the future,” Zipcar co-founder and CEO Jeff Bewkes said in a statement.
“They’re going to make all of our trips less expensive.”
This shift is expected to lead to a revolution in transportation and a more livable planet.
Cars are a major part of this transition.
In addition to providing more affordable transportation, the new electric car market is expected in the next decade to bring an increase in sales to $1 trillion.
This has already led to several companies like Tesla and electric car manufacturer PlugShare to launch electric car programs in the United States.
The Tesla Model S electric car has a range of up to 300 miles on a single charge, and the company plans to add an extra 60 miles to the battery of its upcoming Model X SUV, which is due to hit showrooms later this year.
PlugShare is aiming to get around 30 percent of its total car sales from the Model X, while Tesla plans to have around 80 percent of all sales come from electric vehicles.
The Model S is also one of the most popular models in the U.S. right now.
With such a high-performing car, it’s no wonder the Model S has a strong fan base.
In fact, PlugShare estimates that around 3.5 million of its Model S owners are also plug-in hybrids.
That’s a very high percentage for an EV, but it’s far less than the 4 million that Tesla and other electric car manufacturers are aiming to reach by 2020.
Plug-in hybrid cars are the cheapest and fastest-charging cars available.
With electric cars, you can get up to 30 miles of range per charge, which means they can be charged quickly and easily.
With an average price of $35,000, electric car owners are able to save on the cost of gasoline and have more options when it comes to gas prices.
In comparison, a hybrid car can cost between $30,000 and $50,000.
Plugins also tend to have better range than gas cars, so they’re often cheaper for people with less expensive vehicles.
PlugIns can be purchased in a variety of models.
For example, the Chevy Bolt, Tesla Model X and the Chevy Volt are all electric cars.
But plug-ins can be great for people who don’t have an electric car to share the road with, like family members.
In other words, you don’t need an electric vehicle to be able to share a car.
PlugIn cars are also cheaper than hybrids, making them a great option for people looking to make the switch to a hybrid vehicle.
And they’re even more efficient than the gasoline-powered cars they replace, which are often slower than the gas-powered versions.
While the cost difference between electric and plug-gene vehicles is minimal, the savings can be huge.
In 2017, PlugIns averaged $1,858 per gallon compared to a $3,700 average for gasoline-electric hybrids.
But PlugIns are also often cheaper than the standard hybrids in some markets.
In Europe, plug-Ins cost around 15 percent more than conventional hybrids.
And if you’re looking to buy an electric van or pickup, Plugins are often cheaper, too.
The best part is that these electric vehicles can also have a very convenient range of about 300 miles.
The average electric vehicle can only reach a maximum of 60 miles, so the price of a plug-In is significantly lower.
PlugThe US, Europe, and other countries have a plethora of different electric car options available to people looking for a different kind of transportation option.
The United States, which has one of America’s highest rates of car ownership, has more than 50 plug-n-play options.
The country also has a variety and prices of electric vehicles available to buy.
Here’s a quick overview of all of these options.
Europe is the best electric car country in the world.
As we mentioned earlier, in 2017, the average price for electric vehicles was $2,715 per gallon.
But there are many plug-and-play electric vehicles that can reach higher fuel prices than gasoline-based vehicles.
Some plug-alongs have range ratings of up.5 to 8, and some even have a range rating of up 8,917 miles.
That means that a plug will only get you so far before it needs to be replaced.
There are also electric cars that are even more