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Content posted in October 2013
Is Wireless EV Charging the Better Way?
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10/25/2013  110 comments
Wireless EV chargers, designed by HEVO Power, have hit NYC streets. Park over one, and your electric vehicle could reach a near-full charge in about an hour.
Slideshow: Chevy to Roll Out CNG-Capable Impala
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10/23/2013  26 comments
Chevrolet plans to rolls out a bi-fuel version of its Impala next summer. It will join Honda’s Civic Natural Gas Car as the industry’s only factory-built CNG sedans.
Slideshow: Get Ready for Hydraulic Hybrids
Automotive News 
10/22/2013  36 comments
The hydraulic hybrid may not be grabbing headlines, but it’s a solid fuel-efficient technology with a potential future in heavy-duty vehicles.
Can Hydraulic Hybrids Compete With Electric Hybrids?
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10/21/2013  25 comments
Hydraulic hybrids could play a role in heavy-duty trucks over the next 10 years, and may even find application in next-generation cars.
Slideshow: Cadillac's Plug-In ELR Will Sell for $75K
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10/17/2013  32 comments
Almost five years since its introduction as a concept car at the 2009 North American International Auto Show, the 2014 Cadillac ELR is finally slated to hit the streets at a starting price of $75,995.
GM Chooses Micro- Over Mild-Hybrid in New Malibu
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10/16/2013  8 comments
In a move that highlights the rise of micro-hybrid technology in next-generation vehicles, General Motors has chosen to stick with start-stop technology on its 2014 Chevy Malibu, while discarding a more costly mild hybrid system.
EV Battery Maker A123 to Focus on Micro-Hybrids
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10/15/2013  21 comments
A123 Systems LLC, which opened North America’s biggest electric vehicle (EV) battery factory in 2010, is retargeting its lithium-ion technology toward the fast-growing micro-hybrid market.
Slideshow: Honda Rolls Out 50-MPG Hybrid
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10/7/2013  39 comments
Honda rolled out its 2014 Accord Hybrid this week, which promises to get 50 mpg city. The car will use a gasoline-electric powertrain to also reach an EPA rating of 45 highway mpg, and 47 combined mpg.
Toyota Is Sticking With Hybrids
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10/3/2013  26 comments
The "father of the Prius" said this week that his company plans to continue to push the state of the art in hybrid technology, and added that most consumers aren't ready yet for pure electric vehicles.
Battery Lab Could Help GM Reach EV Vision
Automotive News 
10/2/2013  16 comments
General Motors is plowing more money into its electric vehicle vision, nearly tripling the size of the lab where it tests and validates batteries for the Chevy Volt, Cadillac ELR, and Spark EV.




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