Ford and GM to Market New Hybrids

March 2005
Natural Life;Mar/Apr2005, Issue 102, p26
Reports on the commitment of General Motors (GM) and Ford Motor Co. to adding six gas-electric hybrid cards and trucks to their line-up by 2008. Introduction of innovation; Addition of a new type of hybrid system to two large sport-utility vehicles; Launch of the revolutionary flat platform of GM for fuel-cell vehicles.


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