By Marcel Michelson PARIS, Jan 31 (Reuters) - French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen on Tuesday unveiled two demonstration vehicles powered by diesel-hybrid engines and said it wanted to sell tens of thousands of them annually from 2010. PSA has long stayed out of the race to bring gasoline hybrids -- combining a combustion engine and an electrical motor -- to the market because it thinks clean diesel engines alone can provide performance on fuel consumption and emissions that is comparable ...
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