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Today Chevrolet has confirmed that the Volt will be available nationwide by end of 2011. Read full press release blow. Chevrolet Volt Rollout Speeds Up: Available Nationwide By End of 2011 2011-01-27 – DETROIT – Chevrolet is stepping up the national rollout of the Volt to match customer interest. “We’re




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PHEV V60
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Today Volvo has announced it will unveil the PHEV V60 in Geneva in March before releasing it for sale in 2012. With a full charge the PHEV V60 will offer 50km (31 miles) on electricity alone which is about the same as the Chevy Volt. This is possible by the




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XL1 Concept
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Volkswagen has just announced the 313MPG XL1 Concept Plug-in Diesel Hybrid. Although we are sure there is some questionable math what gives the XL1 the 313MPG fuel efficiency, driving could become much more efficient. While producing only 24g of CO2 per kilometer traveled, Volkswagen focused on making this concept car




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tesla
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Tesla just released a video of their Model S Alpha. Although not the first video of the car running, it gives us the best taste so far of that the car has to offer. And yes, it is that quiet. Scroll down for the video. Model S Alpha Hits the




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2011 Detroit Auto Show - Ford Display
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 It may not be the usual showcase of mind-blowing concept cars, but there is no doubt that Motor City delivered a buzzworthy event at the 2011 North American International Auto Show which was opened to the media recently. America’s most prestigious auto show was back in business for its 23rd




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2002 Prius
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Afraid that your electric or hybrid car will die within a few years because of the battery holding power?  Not to worry.  Consumer Reports re-tested a 2002 Prius with 206,000 miles on it and it  delivered 46.3mpg, as opposed to 48.6mpg in the original test with a new car. Although




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The future is definitely going to be wireless and this is true not only for cell phones but for charging every device you can imagine, including cars.  The company behind this wireless charging is eCoupled. We may all have seen those pads, where you attach a cover to your Blackberry




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