The most expensive vehicles in the world are the all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) which can travel on land and at high speeds on the highways.
These vehicles cost around $2,000 each.
The top five all-wheel drive vehicles in terms of gross value (GVA) are the Toyota Hilux, Hyundai Elantra, Chevrolet Volt, Ford Focus, and Chevrolet Tahoe.
But these vehicles are only available in the United States.
All-wheel-drive vehicles are also available in other countries including Japan, Germany, France, Austria, and Sweden.
A typical SUV costs between $6,500 and $8,000.
The Ford Fusion costs $10,000 to $14,000 and the Toyota Camry $13,000 or more.
The Tesla Model S costs around $35,000, the Chevrolet Bolt at $30,000 the Volvo XC90 at $32,000 a Honda Civic at $33,000 as well as the Audi A8 at around $37,000 which makes the total cost for a top-end all-electric vehicle the most expensive in the industry.
The average household in the U.S. will spend $17,000 on all-gas vehicles in 2025, according to a study by McKinsey & Co. And the average U.K. household will spend around $15,000 per year.
But all-transport vehicles are on the rise.
The number of all-tracked vehicles on the road is expected to reach 5.5 million by 2030, according the Transport and General Government Association (TGA) which is an industry group.
The total number of vehicles on U.N. highways in 2020 was just under 11 million.
The TGA’s projections suggest that by 2025 the number of highway vehicles will increase by another 5 percent.
But even though the number will increase, the average cost per vehicle will still be around $20,000 with the average price for a new vehicle in 2025 estimated to be $32 to $39,000 depending on how much it has been purchased, according TGA.
The same is true for gas-powered vehicles.
The price per gallon for regular unleaded gasoline in 2025 will be $2.50 or $3.50 per gallon depending on the type of vehicle and the state, according KPMG.
The cost of an electric vehicle will also increase, according a study done by the U-M Transportation Research Institute.
The report estimates that the cost of a full electric vehicle could cost anywhere from $4,500 to $5,000 for a typical U.C. Berkeley graduate student.
But the cost could be much lower for some students, said KPME, adding that it could range from $2 to $3 per gallon.
The study estimates that electric vehicles could be the future of transportation and energy.
However, the costs of gas-driven vehicles could also increase.
“It’s an area where we’ll see a big jump in the cost per gallon, because they’re going to be more efficient,” said KSMG’s John Schaffner.
“But at the same time, it’s going to cost less than the average electric vehicle.”
KSME and KPMT said that electric cars have the advantage of being able to deliver the same amount of energy as a gasoline vehicle, without the need for an additional plug.
However the average gas-fueled car has a range of about 35 miles and a maximum speed of 110 miles per hour.