Chevalier, Remy
May 2001
In Business;Summer2001, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p14
Trade Publication
Deals with production of electric vehicles in the United States. Search for super energy-efficient vehicles; Limited range of electric vehicles; Proliferation of independent car companies trying to launch their own electric or hybrid models. INSET: MORE HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLES ON THE WAY.


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