By Karey Wutkowski NEW YORK, March 20 (Reuters) - More than 60 teams from nine countries have lined up to chase a $10 million prize for making a green supercar that smashes records for fuel efficiency, organizers of the competition said on Thursday, The initial list of teams signed on for the Automotive X Prize competition range from California-based electric car start-up Tesla Motors to Cornell University in New York. "We're not talking about concept cars," said Peter Diamandis, chief ...
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