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The latest plug-ins on sale in the UK include electric vehicles, plug-and-play hybrid vehicles and electric powertrains.

A new model, the Ford Energi, is the latest electric vehicle to hit the UK market.

Ford says its electric vehicle is more fuel efficient than gas vehicles and it is designed to be a cheaper way to transport people than traditional cars.

“Ford Energo is an electric car that is a plug-to-plug vehicle.

It’s a hybrid that’s electrified and it’s a plug.

It has no gas engine and it has zero emissions,” Mr Hunt said.

But he says the plug-for-charge technology could have implications for electric vehicles and hybrids.

“The technology that we’re building now is not going to last forever.

So what we’re trying to do is develop technologies that can take advantage of that,” he said.”

That technology is going to be available in the next couple of years.

It will be available to plug-on electric vehicles.”

Mr Hunt said the plug technology was likely to be ready for mass production in the 2020s.

The plug-n-charge model, which has the potential to be as cheap as petrol, has been around since the 1980s and it will eventually replace the petrol engine in electric cars.

The plug electric vehicle was introduced in Japan and Europe last year.

Toyota has introduced a similar plug-plug hybrid, the Prius, and Nissan introduced a plug plug-powered Nissan Leaf in Australia in 2018.

While electric vehicles may not be a mainstream feature for the 2020 market, Mr Hunt is hopeful the plug powertrain will be on the roads in the future.

“I think plug-cells are the future,” he told The Irish Examiner.

This will be a great opportunity to build a plug system that is both cost effective and energy efficient.

He said it was not a one-size-fits-all approach.

Electric cars have been popular in Europe, but Mr Hunt expects the plug cars will be even more popular in the US.

“It is a global market, so I think the plug is going be even bigger than the plug electric,” he explained.

Mr Hughes said the UK plug-powertrain would offer a “world class, world class electric vehicle”.

“It will have all the bells and whistles that electric cars do,” he added.

However, the plug battery technology will not be in place for another five to 10 years.

Renewable energy companies, such as the Energa, are also developing electric powertrain technologies that have the potential for the future of plug-battery cars.

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