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Content posted in February 2012
Auto Vehicle-to-Vehicle Comms Viewed as Life Saver
Automotive News 
2/29/2012  24 comments
Consumer Reports has given V2V technology a significant vote of confidence.
Slideshow: Detroit Auto Show's Concept Cars Roll Hybrid
Automotive News 
2/27/2012  27 comments
The 2012 North America Internation Auto Shows displayed concept cars from Cadillac, Lexus, VW, Chrysler, and other car makers, spotlighting electric and hybrid power trains.
Start-Stop Micro Hybrids Gain Momentum
Automotive News 
2/16/2012  30 comments
A Lux Research study predicts that within the next five years, more than half of the new cars sold in the US will be micro- or mild hybrid vehicles.
Wireless Power Pitched as Replacement for EV Batteries
Automotive News 
2/15/2012  60 comments
Stanford University researchers believe they've found a better way to build a long-range electric car. Amazingly, their solution has nothing to do with batteries.
Air Bags Cocoon Driver in GMC Acadia
Automotive News 
2/14/2012  12 comments
The new GMC Acadia will now have air bags on both sides of the driver, above and below the shoulder, as well is in the front.
Slideshow: Electric Car Batteries Get Bigger
Automotive News 
2/10/2012  58 comments
To boost the range of pure electric vehicles (EVs), automakers need more onboard energy. To get more energy, they need bigger battery packs.
Chevy Volt's Big Problem Isn't Safety, It's Cost
Automotive News 
2/9/2012  73 comments
In the wake of the Chevy Volt fire investigations, sales are down, and General Motors' (GM) CEO Dan Akerson is blaming the downturn on a spate of bad publicity.
Electric School Bus Eliminates 'Range Anxiety'
Automotive News 
2/8/2012  26 comments
Smith Electric Vehicles teamed with Trans Tech Bus to roll out a 42-passenger, 26,000-lb electric bus called the Newton eTrans, which it hopes will change the way children get to school every morning.
Global Warming: Are the Skeptics Right?
Automotive News 
2/3/2012  540 comments
Is the science of global warming incontrovertible? Sixteen distinguished scientists say no.




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