Your Next Car Can Be an Electric Vehicle with Self-Driving Capability

Future vehicles will be electric and with self-driving capability.

Today’s vehicles are using gasoline, diesel or LPG to travel from one place to another, but this situation will not hold much.

Your next car will suffer a major change that will turn it from a polluting one to a clean and very smart vehicle.

The future of driving will change fundamentally because the new vehicles will be electric cars with self-driving capability.

From the most exclusive ones such as Rimac Concept One and Nio Ep9 to more popular ones such as Tesla Model S or X and Faraday Future, and the more affordable ones such as Chevrolet Bolt and Tesla Model 3, will all provide a decent range and performance for their price.

Chevy Bolt and Tesla Model 3 will provide more than 200 mile range for a price under $40,000.

Electric cars are becoming more popular and more affordable today, but at the same time the advances in computer technology, software and the sensors are creating the possibility to have self-driving cars in the near future.

Today, many luxury electric cars come with the self-driving option, but this option will be available on affordable electric cars as well in the near future.

Several carmakers are already planning to put self-driving vehicles on the road in the near future.
With the development of the self-driving technology, we will see that car sharing is becoming more popular.

In the near future, the owner of a self-driving car (electric) will be able to make some extra money by renting the car to others interested.

If the car is able to drive itself, why keep it in the parking space? It can be used by others to go from one place to another, and you will make some money this way.

By using the car sharing service in the future, many people that have no driving licence will be able to use a driverless car.

This will create the possibility to never buy a car because you will always be able to rent a car that takes you from one place to another without your intervention.

The race to be the first that builds an affordable electric car with complete self-driving capability is already on.

Only the near future will show us what carmaker will adapt fastest to the clean future that will arrive pretty soon.

Danny Ovy

Danny Ovy

I am a writer and reporter for the clean energy sector, I cover climate change issues, new clean technologies, sustainability and green cars.

Danny Ovy
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