GM running on all cylinders to develop hybrid vehicles

Krebs, Michelle
February 2003
Fort Worth Business Press;2/28/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p5
Discusses the production of hybrid automobiles by General Motors in Detroit, Michigan. Features of the hybrid automobile models of the company; Details on the hybrid buses of General Motors; Plan of General Motors regarding introduction of hybrid versions of sport utility vehicles.


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