NOVI, MI – The U.S. electrified-vehicle market is poised for a volume explosion, according to a new study, but what has to happen to realize such growth and which obstacles must be overcome depends on whom you ask. The study, conducted by Boulder, CO-based Pike Research, predicts there will a combined 667,000 plug-in-hybrid and electric vehicles on U.S. roads by 2015, reaching 1 million units the following year. Most will be PHEVs. About 43% of consumers queried have an interest in ...
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