THE NATIONAL ETHANOL Vehicle Coalition says that U.S. automakers will build more than 775,000 vehicles for the 2000 model year capable of operation on ethanol fuel. For 2000, Ford Motor Co.'s Taurus LX joins an expanding fleet of ethanol-capable vehicles now being produced in high volume. GENERAL MOTORS CORP. is recalling roughly 450 first-generation EV1 electric vehicles (EVs) and a like number of electric Chevrolet S-10 pickup trucks. At press time WEVTU had yet to develop specific ...

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