list of fully electric cars: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_…
nearly all major auto companies have at least one hybrid gas/electric model, or hybrid versions of existing models (the toyota prius and honda civic hybrid are rather popular)
the major issue with alternative fuels for cars at this point is that the cost of making them (and making them in a way people would want/could use) makes it pretty hard to actually get any on the road. believe me, theyre working on it, but theres not a lot that can go into action at this point. for example the most recent Tesla currently runs about 80k USD. the cheapest new full electric car i could find was 24k USD. and it didnt get popular at all because of the size- which was rather small, to cut the cost down. the cheapest normal-car-sized full electric was 30k USD. and electric cars dont tend to end up on used lots for any cheaper.
humans and human society in general isnt really the problem here- tell anyone how this electric car could get four times their current vehicle's "gas" mileage and theyll want one, regardless of their views on environmental issues or anything. the problem is the big energy companies and in some cases the governments- far, far from the entire human race.