Roosevelt, Margot
December 2000
Time International (South Pacific Edition);
Reviews the Honda Insight and Toyota Prius automobiles. Details of the hybrid gasoline-electric automobiles in the United States; Discussion of the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions; Costs of the automobiles; Outlook for the automobiles in the U.S. market. INSET: Natural-Gas Sticker Shock, by John Greenwald and David Schwartz.


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