Meteorologist Mike Favetta explores electric technology at New York International Auto Show

The New York International Auto Show has not only driven in hot new cars, it's also introducing new technology. Meteorologist Mike Favetta caught all the

Gasoline is being replaced in all types of

Gasoline is being replaced in all types of new car models.

MANHATTAN - The New York International Auto Show has not only driven in hot new cars, it's also introducing new technology.  

Meteorologist Mike Favetta caught all the green action at the show, and this year gasoline is out, and electric is in. 

Electricity is powering all kinds of new cars, from the modern to the futuristic. All it takes is some power and simple click, and your two hours away from a full battery. 

Electric is also opening the door to the possibility of other gas alternatives, such as hydrogen powered vehicles. 

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