You’ve probably seen the ads in the news about the new “baby coal” and “baby gas” cars coming to market in 2017, but what about those electric car batteries and their battery-powered friends?

These are battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) and they’re pretty much the future of transportation.

BEVs have a range of over 700 miles, so they can be used for everything from getting from point A to point B to anywhere from five miles to a few hundred miles.

And with a battery pack of around 600-700 Wh, they can charge from 0-60 in under a minute.

These BEVs are very small and light, and they can travel in a matter of minutes, thanks to a wide range of sensors and sensors-equipped electronics in their batteries.

They can also do it at a pretty high rate of speed, thanks in part to the fact that BEVs use compressed air.

The batteries in these BEVs can also store the energy needed for the vehicle to go from point to point, so it’s actually more efficient to use electricity to power them rather than fossil fuels to do so.

But as you can see in this video from YouTube user dana b, these BEV batteries are still small and fast.

And as we all know, there’s still a lot of work to be done to bring electric vehicles to the masses.

One of the challenges is that electric vehicles are really big, but not necessarily as big as a gas car.

Gas vehicles, for example, weigh more than two times as much as an electric car, and the fuel-economy numbers for electric vehicles have been a bit lower than those for gas vehicles.

One problem is that some of these BEVS are designed to be used only on highways, so their performance on urban roads is still very limited.

But with a lot more BEVs being built, we might finally be seeing BEVs in more cars and on roads, but that’s a lot to ask of one small vehicle.

There are already BEVs that can go from 0 to 60 in under 2 minutes.

There’s even BEVs called the electric car battery, which use a small, compressed-air battery instead of a large, electric battery.

It has a range similar to an electric vehicle battery, but it also uses a compressed air system.

It uses compressed air instead of gasoline to power its electric motors.

And when it’s charging, the compressed air can be pumped from a tank into the BEV’s battery, where it can be stored for long periods of time.

But these BEVA batteries are small and slow.

The BEV battery pack in this picture is just under 600 Wh, and it can charge up to 2 hours before needing a recharge.

But there are a few things to keep in mind when looking for an electric battery: the BEVs’ battery size can be very small, depending on how much energy the BEVS can store.

The smaller the battery pack, the longer it can go before needing another recharge.

The bigger the battery, the shorter the battery can go between charges before needing one.

There aren’t any BEV-like battery packs on the market that can charge a BEV in under 10 minutes, and these BEv batteries don’t use any batteries to power the motors.

You’ll also need to keep a good eye out for any leaks in the battery packs.

BEV and electric cars, like the car industry itself, are still in its infancy, so there’s no guarantee that BEV or electric vehicles will continue to be in wide use in the near future.

But it’s also worth keeping in mind that BEVS still need to be designed for a variety of situations.

In fact, if we were to design a BEVS car and put it in an urban environment where it could charge its batteries, the battery would need to recharge every 30 minutes.

And if you think about it, the BEVI is designed for urban use.

When you plug in, it will use the power from the batteries to recharge itself.

When the car is parked, it’s using the power of the batteries that are inside the battery to charge its own batteries.

And even when the car isn’t parked, the batteries in the BEVA can be charged in the same manner.

So you can imagine that BEVI batteries would be very different from the electric vehicles that you see in the commercials.

The battery pack size also depends on the battery size of the BEVK.

For example, the Nissan Leaf battery pack has a capacity of about 500 Wh, which is about twice as much power as the battery in a car, so you’d be lucky to find a BEVK battery pack that could charge it for 20 minutes.

The Nissan Leaf has a smaller battery pack than the BEVO, but the same general concept of the electric vehicle is still in use.

The Tesla Model S battery pack can be as large as a full-size truck, so the BEVEVA battery pack