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Explains what plug-in hybrids are and how this particular car will revolutionize the driving industry.

Volvo V60 Diesel Plug-In Hybrid Car

This may not sound like a big deal at first. What, another hybrid? But, this is much bigger than that. The Volvo V60 PHEV is a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle that runs not only on battery power but on clean diesel fuel as well. I’m getting all green with excitement, …

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VW XL1 Diesel PHEV Attains Amazing 313 mpg

With Egypt in crisis, Yemen, Iraq, Iran and Afghanistan still Middle East hotspots, this has not deterred Volkswagen from rolling out what could be a game-changing vehicle in the tiny country of Qatar. The VW XL1 Super Efficient Vehicle (SEV) was on display recently at the Qatar Motor Show. The …

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Fisker Karma Debuts in San Jose, CA

The last time I talked about the Fisker plug-in hybrid car was December 2007. At that point it was a month shy of making its worldwide debut at the Detroit Auto Show. Now, the Fisker Karma has made it long awaited debut in San Jose, California. The Fisker Karma combines …

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PHEV Underground Utility Vehicle Unveiled

Well, I don’t usually simply copy and paste a company’s press release as I find this lazy and not really adding anything that a simple link couldn’t add. But in this one case, I’m simply going to lay out the press release of this PHEV underground vehicle and let you …

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PHEV ’09 Heads to Montreal Quebec Canada

Now that the Obama Administration is in office and apparently he has an affection for developing plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) its time to head to our neighbors to the north to get this ball rolling. So, PHEV ’09 is taking place in Montreal, Quebec, Canada September 28 to 30, …

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Chery S18 Plug-In Hybrid Chinese Car Unveiled

The Chery S18 is the second Chinese-build PHEV that will take a bite out of the Chevy Volt and Toyota Prius plug-in pie. Yesterday Chery announced its S18 (pictured) that can run 93 miles on all battery power alone. Compare this to the Chevy Volt that rolls out in 2010 …

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