Source: Electric Cars Have The Lowest Annual Fuel Cost: 2021 Chart
- BEVs: $500-$850 (vs $500-$900)
- PHEVs: $600-$2,400 (vs $600-$1,950)
- HEVs: $700-$3,250 (vs $650-$2,500)
- ICE (gasoline): $1,050-$4,900 (vs $1,000-$4,100)
- ICE (diesel): $1,650-$2,350 (vs $1,150-$2,250)
“It is reported that Tesla and Toyota have reviewed the partnership since last year and are approaching the final stage. According to an official from the Japanese automobile industry on the 28th , Tesla and Toyota are considering jointly developing a small electric SUV platform (the car’s basic skeleton). The partnership review has been conducted since last year. Toyota provides the vehicle platform to Tesla, and instead, Tesla provides some of the electronic control platform and software technology onboard its vehicle to Toyota.” [단독] 테슬라·도요타, 반값 전기차 만드나… 제휴 임박
Our very own four-time Prius owner @bwilson4web has opted for a Tesla, but this four-time Tesla owner has opted for a Prius Prime.
4-Time Tesla Owner Opts For New Toyota Prius Prime Plug-In Hybrid-Electric Vehicle | Torque News
By the way, I am now a two-time Prius Prime owner, and I am loving my 2021 Prius Prime Limited Blue Magnetism with its sound steering, ton of advanced features, and amazing turquoise color.
I have doubts about if I would like the Tesla Model 3. The laptop-screen controls are scary, weird, and potentially dangerous, and I need the blind-spot monitor (BSM), which the Tesla Model 3 doesn't have. Don't Tesla Model 3 owners feel like they are sitting in a bare empty room with a laptop when they get into their car? This is not to say that I won't buy a Tesla in the future, but I have my reservations. Perhaps Tesla...
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