STUTTGART — DaimlerChrysler AG is looking at offering a hybrid version of its Dodge Durango sport/utility vehicle (SUV) by 2003. But only if Congress passes HB 2380, the Energy Efficient Technology Tax Act. The legislation would give Durango hybrid buyers tax incentives of up to US$3,000. The hybrid Durango, revealed to auto writers at DC's annual technology symposium, uses a 3.9L V-6 engine to power the rear wheels and a three-phase Siemens' AC induction electric motor to power the ...
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