Many opponents of electrically powered vehicles would argue that their production is environmentally harmful and electricity generated by coal plants is as dirty as gasoline, but this is simply not true.
Even though the data is somewhat limited for all of the electric transport, but the available stats about cars only gathered by the Institute of concerned scientists shows that in 2014 on average in the US an electric car got equivalent of a non-existent 73 mpg gas auto, and in the states like
New York where hydro is well developed this number went all the way up to 160 mpg. It is a no-brainer that since 2014 the availability of green electricity has improved tremendously so electrically powered vehicles have become even greener.
Amazing electric vehicles that were featured in this video:
Johammer J1: www.johammer.com/en/electric-motorcycle
ORTEGA MK. 1C PERSONAL SUBMARINE: www.ortega-submersibles.com/mk-1c
QUADROFOIL QS2: quadrofoil.com/find-out-more.html
Aurora eVTOL: www.aurora.aero/evtol
Toyota i-Trill: global.com/showroom/toyota_design/concept_cars/concept_car_gallery_i-tril.html – THREE-SEATER WEIRD
Gi FlyBike: giflybike.com
XTND Skateboard: getxtnd.com
Storm Wave: www.storm-eindhoven.com/STORM_Wave
One Wheel+: onewheel.com
Hyundai Ioniq Electric Scooter: www.hyundainews.com/us/en/media/pressreleases/47080/hyundai-motors-ioniq-scooter-concept-provides-first-and-last-mile-mobility