PARIS – PSA Peugeot Citroen, whose CEO Jean-Martin Folz said in 2004 that hybrid-electric vehicles were not a good idea, unveils a pair of diesel-engine HEVs. PSA's technology, under development for more than a year with the U.K.’s Ricardo Engineering, originally was designed for the Citroen Berlingo, a small commercial vehicle. However, during the last year, the French government has put pressure on auto makers to come up with a family car capable of achieving 67 mpg (3.5 L/100 km). ...

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