The Coolest Green Cars on the Market Today

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You don't need a crystal ball to tell that green cars are the future of the auto industry. What used to be far-off speculation and a smattering of concept cars has now turned into a wide array of new, daring, eco-friendly vehicles for the masses.

With cars like the hydrogen fuel cell powered Toyota Mirai, commercial trucks like the electric Tesla Semi, and lightning-fast sports cars like the electric hypercar Rimac C_Two, the incredible future of the automotive world is at our doorstep. All eyes in the industry are on these advancements, and with good reason. Cars that develop maximum torque in the blink of an eye, charge from their owners' garages, and save people from ever having to step foot in a Chevron ever again are bound to turn some heads (metaphorically speaking, since you can't hear them coming.) 

As with the rest of the tech world, it'll be out with the old and in with the new before you know it, and these legendary green cars will be leading the charge.

  • Porsche 918 Spyder
    Photo: RGT3 Pics / flickr / CC-BY-NC-ND 2.0

    Type: Hybrid

    Range: 420 mi / 680 km

    Model Year: 2015

    • Class: Hypercar, Hybrid
    43 votes
  • 2
    43 VOTES

    Rimac C_Two

    Type: Fully Electric

    Range: 400 mi / 650 km

    Model Year: 2019

    • Class: Hypercar, Electric
    43 votes
  • 3
    42 VOTES

    Ferrari LaFerrari

    Ferrari LaFerrari
    Photo: CarBuzz

    Type: Hybrid

    EPA Combined Range: 272 mi / 437 km

    Model Year: 2018

    • Class: Hypercar, Hybrid
    42 votes
  • 4
    44 VOTES

    McLaren P1

    McLaren P1
    Photo: YouTube

    Type: Hybrid

    EPA Combined Range: 300 mi  / 480 km

    Model Year: 2015

    • Class: Hypercar, Hybrid
    44 votes
  • 5
    41 VOTES

    BMW i8

    BMW i8
    Photo: Eddy Clio / flickr / CC-BY-ND 2.0

    Type: Hybrid

    EPA Combined Range: 330 mi / 530 km (18 mi battery-only)

    Model Year: 2019

    • Class: Sports Car, Hybrid
    41 votes
  • Type: Fully Electric

    Range: 620 mi / 1,000 km

    Model Year: 2020

    • Class: Sports Car, Electric
    48 votes