Raser Tech: Plug-in Hybrid SUV in April

Moresco, Justin
April 2009
Red Herring;4/8/2009, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports on he decision of Raser Technologies and a U.S. automaker to launch a plug-in hybrid sport utility vehicle (SUV) that will run by more than 100 miles per gallon. The car's electric powertrain is being developed by Raser along with the help of FEV Engine Technology. The car's electric power is supported by an auxiliary combustion engine that kicks in to recharge the lithium-ion battery.


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