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Friday, July 07, 2006


Joe Thompson

Meanwhile, Toyota will double the number of hybrid models it makes around 2010; is on track on its work with its plug-in hybrids; and working on its hydrogen-powered fuel-cell vehicles.

Joel A

Ford's most likely switching due to the lower cost of developing flex-fuel vehicles while simultaneously help push building more E85 filling stations and remaining popular with the Midwest (corn and all that), one of its core constituency.

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