Alternative Fuel Vehicles Found in San Jose

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Hybrid cars are expensive and only considered a short term answer towards relieving our dependence upon foreign oil sources. To really decrease America’s dependency and reduce our overall consumption of a non-renewable resource, there are many alternative fuel cars in the pipeline – compressed natural gas, hydrogen, 100% electric vehicles, PHEV, and bio-diesel are the […]

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Closed NUMMI Plant in Fremont Gets A New Lease on Life With Tesla – Toyota Deal

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Tesla and Toyota to build electric cars at NUMMI plant The closure of the NUMMI plant in Fremont, California six weeks ago was just another downfall to California’s struggling economy and double digit unemployment rate. Late Thursday, Tesla Motors announced that it is teaming up with Toyota to build its all-electric Model S sedan at […]

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Fisker Karma S – Is it a crime to produce a $90k eco-vehicle?

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The 2010 North American International Auto Show began in Detroit today, and the fanfare is high, but how journalists, consumers, and the market

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First Impressions: Nissan Leaf EV Concept

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By Derek Mau We received an invitation to take quick spin in Nissan’s new zero-emission electric vehicle (EV), the Nissan Leaf. Want to know what it Nissan is doing towards moving us away from fossil-fuel burning cars? Read on and I’ll fill you in on some of the details. Nissan is ready to introduce one […]

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Some Electric Winners at Frankfurt

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France’s Renault SA stole the spotlight at the Frankfurt Motor Show, unveiling four electric cars and pledging to bring them to market at reasonable prices within three years. These spicy winners steamed the competition when Renault stepped up and led the buzz parade. The name of the game in Frankfurt was electric. Gas is passé and […]

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Honda To Have EV By 2015

Honda Press and News

OK, looks like the big time electric cars wars are on for real. Not just Tesla, and not just the Volt or Prius (which are hybrids anyway), but recent news of the Nissan Leaf threw fuel on the fire, and now come word that Honda will be making their own EV that will hit the […]

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Nissan Leaf Reveal Video

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Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. unveiled Nissan LEAF, the world’s first affordable, zero-emission car. Designed specifically for a lithium-ion battery-powered chassis, Nissan LEAF is a medium-size hatchback that comfortably seats five adults and has a range of more than 160km

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Mulally Says Ford's Profitability Based On Hybrids & EVs

Ford hybrid Press and News

Alan Mulally, CEO of Ford, recently commented on the future of his car company and made a statement that most motorheads would have thought inconceivable a matter of months ago. Mulally said that a key portion of Ford’s future plans center on “more and more electrification, both hybrids and battery electric vehicles.” In addition to […]

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Nissan Might Make Batteries & EVs In U.S.

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Now that it seems every car maker from Mercedes on down is going to be getting into the hybrid or electric vehicle business, word is starting to filter out about not just the “whys” but more importantly, the “wheres” concerning production of the new generation of cars. The good news for autoworkers that might be […]

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Saturn + Penske = Electric

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First came the news that GM was going to sell Saturn. Then came the news that Roger Penske, of all people, was going to buy Saturn. And now the speculation swirls around just what Penske will do with his newly acquired car company. So far, it can be summed up in one word: electric. The […]

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