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    Toyota’s Shift to Hydrogen From Battery-Electric Jolts Industry 2

    When the world’s largest producer of gas-electric hybrids decides to take the road less traveled, you can bet on a seismic shift in the industry’s market focus to fuel cells....More
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    Mitsubishi Planning Second Plug-In Hybrid SUV  

    The Japanese automaker could launch its second PHEV as early as April 2016, four years ahead of tougher carbon-dioxide emissions standards taking effect in Europe in 2020....More
  • Jul 28, 2014
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    Dealers Blamed for Dismal EV Market 6

    If Tesla were convinced the existing dealer infrastructure was truly motivated and capable of selling its cars, then this dust-up and threats of litigation never would have occurred....More
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    GM Korea Says No Strike Could Land Next-Gen Cruze  

    The automaker says its South Korean subsidiary could build the next-generation Chevrolet Cruze if unionized workers, who have voted to authorize a strike, remain on the job....More
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    Opel to Offer Low-End Cars in Post-Chevy Europe, Source Says  

    General Motors' European arm hopes to recapture Chevrolet buyers since that brand's exit from the region and gain ground lost to entry-level brands such as Dacia and Skoda, a source says....More
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    Nissan's Ghosn Cites Concerns Over Google's Autonomous Car  

    The head of Nissan and Renault says automakers can benefit from Google's development of self-driving cars, but notes some car companies are concerned about the effects of shared technology on brand identities....More
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