Tax credits may fertilize a million hybrid sales

Stoffer, Harry
May 2001
Automotive News;5/21/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5931, p39
Trade Publication
Discusses the possible impact of the tax credits proposed by United States President George W. Bush as part of his national energy policy on the sales of gasoline-electric hybrids and fuel cell-powered vehicles. Amount of tax credits that will be made available from 2002 to 2007; Preference of automakers for tax credits over fuel efficiency; Production targets for the hybrid-powered Toyota Prius and Honda Insight.


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