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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in January 2012
Ford Showcases Its First Plug-in Hybrid
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1/19/2012  6 comments
The technical choices that Ford made on its new C-Max Energi plug-in hybrid.
Tesla's Model S Nears Production
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1/18/2012  6 comments
Khobi Brooklyn of Tesla Motors talks about the advantages of the Model S's flat battery pack.
What's Next. Right Now.
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1/11/2012  Post a comment
Mouser urges you to ensure your product life span by not only ordering what's new, but what's next.
Environmental Commitment
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1/11/2012  Post a comment
Mouster stresses identifying EOL, obsolete, and NRND products.
Chevy Volt Structure Enhancements
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1/10/2012  1 comment
To help the Chevy Volt handle side impacts, GM engineers will beef up a laterally oriented cross-car structure and add steel to longitudinally oriented members around the battery.




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