WITH more than 100 years since they developed the internal combustion motor, our mode of propulsion has changed little other than refinements in power and presentation.
As we move into the 21st century, the propulsion is going to change to electric engines. Already, the Tesla Model S Plaid is the fastest production car available, faster than a Ferarri over the standard quarter mile even if it is out of the price bracket for most drivers. As the technology improves and the range is extended, electric vehicles will be part of our lives in the foreseeable future.
While combustion engines still rule, we present a collection of vehicles we have reviewed over the past couple of years along with the new Tesla.