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BYD F3DM Plug-in Hybrid

The BYD F3DM plug-in hybrid car sounds like bad branding with an unmemorable name, but nonetheless it has electrified its owners so far. In recent years governmental agencies, environmental policy experts and auto industry experts and car company owners have been developing ways to help consumers go green in their traveling methods by reducing their heavy use of gas and for good reason.

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When so many cars are powered by gas, this often leads to increased air pollution and health problems for those who live in various cities, particularly those who live in the larger cities. Environmentalists already recommend that American citizens find more eco-friendly ways to get around the city. One way to do this is by walking to work, school or other important places.

This method is not only eco-friendly but also good for your body as walking helps you lose weight, reduce stress and it helps your heart in a positive way. They also recommend that people ride bikes everywhere and now you can purchase a wireless bike that will allow you to charge your phone, laptop and other small gadgets while you're on the bike.

When you reduce your dependence on gas for travel, you reduce greenhouse gases, CO2 emissions and air pollution, which would make the environment a safer place to live for you and your children. This is especially important in light of the health hazards of air pollution such as cancer, immune disorders and respiratory illnesses such as asthma.

And one way you can do this is by driving the new BYD F3DM plug-in hybrid compact sedan car that's manufactured by BYD Auto with an electric range of 40 to 60 miles and a hybrid power train that can extend this range an additional 300 miles.

This car is the world's first mass-produced plug-in hybrid car and the cars are expected to go on sale in the country sometime next year. BYD Auto uses a 16 Kwh lithium iron phosphate batteries for the F3DM. The F3DM also has two alternate current electric motors, a 50 kilowatt unit that drives the wheels and a 25 kilowatt helper that can send power to the wheels or generate regenerative braking.

The motors provide the propulsion until the charge level of the F3DM's batteries reach 20 percent, then after this he car automatically switches from electric mode to hybrid mode. Then the F3DM's 1-liter 3-cylinder kicks in to bring the battery charge as close as possible to 30 percent, extending the range of the vehicle. The F3DM has a connection between gasoline engine and wheels and the 68 gas horsepower engine combines with electronic motors to deliver 168 horsepower. This car is a dual-mode vehicle because it allows the driver to manually switch from all electric to hybrid mode.

In a time when hybrid cars are becoming a popular way for people to travel in an eco-friendly the F3DM plug-in hybrid is a good choice for this purpose. In 2012 the car will make its' debut in Los Angeles in conjunction with the Housing Authority of Los Angeles.