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Content posted in November 2012
Slideshow: GM Debuts Pure-Electric Spark
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11/29/2012  29 comments
General Motors rolled out the battery-powered Spark EV, marking the first time it has introduced an all-electric car since it scrapped the infamous EV1 a decade ago.
Steer-By-Wire to Reach Production Vehicles
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11/28/2012  57 comments
Taking a page from the world of aviation, Nissan Motor Co. plans to enter the "by-wire" world and control the steering of a future Infiniti vehicle with electronic signals.
Could Pure Electrics Emit More Than Hybrids?
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11/15/2012  54 comments
After studying the life cycle of electrified cars, researchers have concluded that hybrids with smaller batteries pollute less than pure EVs.
Slideshow: Solving the Driver Distraction Dilemma
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11/7/2012  70 comments
Automakers and suppliers are taking it upon themselves to improve the safety of devices that they're building and putting into vehicles.
Video: Compressed Air Powers Hybrid Engine
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11/5/2012  9 comments
Freescale Semiconductor demonstrated an air-electric hybrid at the recent Convergence 2012 conference in Detroit.
Slideshow: Paris Auto Show Drives Electric
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11/1/2012  46 comments
The Paris Auto Show featured the latest in EV and hybrid technology.




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