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Content posted in November 2008
smart USA Demonstrates Hybrid Alternative
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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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