DETROIT -- Industry insiders and observers are awaiting, with some skepticism, details of a forecast that predicts America’s roads will, by mid-decade, be home to 500,000 vehicles powered by gasoline-electric hybrid engines. The forecast, researched by J.D. Power and Associates, will be published Dec. 10. It also says there will be 20 hybrid models on the market by the time registrations reach the half-million mark. Of the prediction, American Honda Motor Co. Inc. spokesman Art Garner ...

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