A hybrid in a vehicle is the marriage of two different kinds of propulsion devices that drive the car. Generally, they compliment each other for greater efficiency. Examples of hybrid technology include Gas-Electric hybrids. An electric motor compliments the gas motor for greater range and efficiency. Generally, the energy created in the braking process recharges the batteries. Additional examples includes Gas-Kinetic hybrids and Gas-Propane hybrids.

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