Regular hybrids will continue to be built, as will conventional gasoline powered vehicles, until economics eventually phase these vehicles out. In addition, consumer attitudes need to accept electric vehicles rather than gas-powered vehicles, signaling a huge shift in accepted modes of transportation. The cost of plug-in hybrids are initially higher than those of regular hybrids, so people may be less likely to purchase them, even if in the long term they save money. Also, fewer plug-in hybrid options are available and hybrids are now well established and need less marketing since they have already gained acceptance in consumers’ minds.
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