Los Angeles will be one of the first cities in the U.S. to receive the hybrid powertrain buses that General Motors Corp. Vice Chairman Harry J. Pearce promised would be delivered beginning this fall (see Ward's Automotive Reports — Aug. 7, '00, p.3). Once the first of two buses is delivered in late October or early November, GM likely will be ready to disclose other cities that eventually will get the motor coaches. “We'll probably talk in more detail then,” says a spokesman. “This will ...
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