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Plug-in Hybrids

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  1. Cost-Benefit of Plug-in Hybrids (TheTruthAboutCars.com)
      "Aggregate gas savings are much more readily and cost-effectively accomplished through large numbers of conventional hybrids (Prius) than small numbers of somewhat more efficient but much more costly plug-ins. Toyota’s 2009 production of about 500k Priora (@ 50mpg) will save 120 million gallons of gasoline compared to a like number of 25mpg conventional mid-sized sedans, at little or no incremental cost." 04-08

  2. Ford C-Max Energi Plug-in Hybrid (New York Times)
      "On Tuesday, Ford fired another volley in its sustained campaign to vanquish the Toyota Prius. The automaker’s C-Max Energi plug-in hybrid was certified by the Environmental Protection Agency at a range of 620 miles." 10-12

  3. Mitsubishi Plug-in Hybrid (Edmunds)
      "Could this be the sound of future driving? If Mitsubishi has its way, then this Mitsubishi i MIEV — a test bed for an electric vehicle scheduled to be introduced for 2010 — makes a pretty strong case for it. This particular car is one of a 30-vehicle test fleet that's running around Tokyo right now." Awesome Library does not endorse these products but provides them as examples. 03-08

  4. Plug-in Hybrid Conversion (CNN News)
      "The owner of Luscious Garage is wondering whether the electric wall outlet will be the 'gas tank' of the future." Awesome Library does not endorse these services but provides them as examples. 03-08

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