PALM SPRINGS -- There's talking about it, and then there's doing it. When it comes to production-vehicle hybrid-engine technology, there are plenty of auto makers making promises. But in reality, there only are two global players: Toyota Motor Corp. and Honda Motor Co. Ltd. Now Honda, with its second-generation Integrated Motor Assist (IMA) system that powers the new ’03 Civic Hybrid, has gained the competitive edge when it comes to bringing the technology to the mainstream. The Civic ...

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