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Content posted in November 2008
smart USA Demonstrates Hybrid Alternative
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11/9/2008  Post a comment
Ken Kettenbeil, director of communications for smart USA, says the first fortwo sale in the U.S. occurred in January and approximately 20,000 vehicles have been sold since then.
Escape Plug-In Will Use 'Blended' Hybrid Approach
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Greg Frenette, zero-emission vehicle programs chief engineer for Ford, says the Ford Escape plug-in hybrid will use a vastly different power approach than that of GM's highly-publicized Chevy Volt.
Brett Hinds on Ford's EcoBoost Engine Technology
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Ford Motor Co. said it will bring its EcoBoost engine technology to mid-level vehicles as a way of boosting fuel efficiency in a wider variety of its products.
Electric DeLorean Goes Back to the Future
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Delman, a physician educated as an electrical engineer, worked with another member of the association, Tom Nieland, to convert the DeLorean to an electric car.
David Champion for Consumer Reports
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General Motors, Ford, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Honda and Smart USA teamed up with engineers from Consumer Reports recently to demonstrate next-generation automotive powertrains at the "Future of the Car" event.
Introducing the New G3 Fieldbus
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11/4/2008  Post a comment
The G3 is the next-generation electronic platform that allows you easy access to connections. It includes a graphic display for configuration and diagnostics and easy robust connections and is highly distributable.




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