By Tom ZillerA little over two weeks ago, it was hard to imagine a situation where gas-powered cars and trucks could be as efficient as they are.
But that’s what we have now: A new era of electric vehicles is starting to take hold, and that’s when you need the right batteries to go with it.
It’s a good time to be an electric vehicle buyer, according to analysts, because the battery industry is booming.
But not all electric vehicles will work the same.
So, which models will deliver the most bang for your buck?
And how much is too much for your budget?
Here are five key electric vehicles to consider:Tesla Model S electric carThe Model S is a luxury electric sedan that has won awards for being the most affordable electric car on the market.
It starts at $69,400.
It has a 5.0-liter V8 engine that produces 730 horsepower and 836 lb-ft of torque.
The battery pack is located under the bonnet.
The battery pack has a capacity of about 3,000 miles.
The Model 3 will start at $70,000 and can reach up to 1,500 miles.
The car comes with a 7.2-liter diesel engine that can produce 590 hp and 690 lb-tft of power.
The Tesla Model 3 comes with all-wheel drive.
The car has a range of around 238 miles, and you can buy it with a range extender or a range-extending option.
The BMW i3 is a premium electric sedan.
The i3 has a base price of $60,800, and it can reach speeds of up to 120 miles per hour.
It comes with two electric motors, one for the rear wheels and one for both the front wheels.
The electric motor is charged via a lithium-ion battery pack and then charged using a conventional electric motor.
The charger can be made of an inexpensive battery pack.
The lithium-iron battery packs can deliver up to 250 kilowatts of power to the battery, but the BMW i5 comes with an extended range battery pack, which has a maximum power of 300 kilowatt-hours.
The Audi Q5 electric car is the only electric vehicle that can go on public roads.
It is based on the Model S sedan.
The range is about 265 miles.
This car comes standard with two lithium-air batteries, but you can add more to get up to 10 miles of range.
The Range Rover P40 electric car has an EPA-rated range of about 160 miles.
It has a 7-speed automatic transmission and a 7,200-pound battery.
The range extenders are included with the vehicle.
It can get up 1,400 miles on the highway.
The Chevrolet Bolt electric car can go up to 100 miles on a single charge, but it can only go 100 miles per charge.
The Chevy Bolt comes with three different battery packs, but they can only deliver up a total of 2,000 mpg.
The Volt comes with four different battery types, including lithium-polymer, lithium-manganese, nickel-metal hydride and lithium-titanium-battery, which is a combination of all the different battery technology.
The EPA recommends a range up to 300 miles.
You can find out more about electric vehicles at the EPA website.