Cars With Gas Engines To Decrease Big-Time By 2017
Two years from now, Navigant Research predicts fewer than half the new cars on the road will have conventional gas engines.By Katherine Biek | January 5, 2015
A research company is predicting more than half of new cars on the road will be powered by something other than a conventional gas engine by 2017.
But that doesn't mean these new cars won't rely on gasoline to fuel them.
According to Navigant Research, "Gasoline is anticipated to remain the leading fuel in the coming years, albeit in unconventional vehicles that employ a range of fuel-efficiency technologies, such as smaller engines and turbocharging."