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Content posted in February 2013
Slideshow: Fisker Says 'Plug-In Hybrids Make More Sense Than Pure Electrics'
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2/27/2013  26 comments
The worldwide auto industry is taking the wrong path to environmental friendliness, Fisker Automotive co-founder Henrik Fisker told an audience at the recent Chicago Auto Show.
Slideshow: Chevy Cruze Diesel Is About the Torque
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2/22/2013  36 comments
After a long drought, an American-made compact car, the Chevy Cruze, will finally offer a diesel engine later this year.
Auto Execs: Plug-In Hybrids Will Soar, Pure EVs Decline
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2/8/2013  33 comments
Automotive executives foresee a big future for plug-in hybrids over the next five years but are less bullish on the future of pure EVs, a new study from KMPG International says.
Slideshow: Powertrain Technology Moves to the Forefront
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2/6/2013  32 comments
From tiny three-cylinder engines to massive V-8s, these engines demonstrate that fuel efficiency is the biggest motivator for automakers going forward.
Slideshow: Detroit Auto Show Highlights Innovation
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2/1/2013  12 comments
At the recent North American International Auto Show, automakers from around the world displayed technologies aimed at enhancing fuel efficiency and luxury.




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