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Content tagged with Automotive
posted in March 2008
Automotive: Hybrids vs. Clean Diesels
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Car companies give consumers more powertrain options
Improving Hybrid Vehicle Performance with Technology
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New electronic products target high voltage and high power
Improving the Control of Diesel Engines
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Electronics technology advances diesel performance and addresses shortcomings
Autonomous Vehicle Could Reach Roads Soon
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Sensors, computers enable vehicle to brake, steer and avoid obstacles by itself
Deere's Speedy New Dozer
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The company's newest dozer rides on a unique four-track drive system for big gains in grading and travel speeds
Chrysler, DaimlerLeadThe Way WithLittle Electric Vehicles
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3/5/2008  Post a comment
Lead-acid batteries, brush-type motors lead parade of tried-and-true technologies




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