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HeraldSquare212 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Aug-24-07 11:53 AM
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1. up to 15%?
aiming high, are we?
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  -GM tests engine that could raise fuel economy wuushew  Aug-24-07 11:51 AM   #0 
  - up to 15%?  heraldsqure   Aug-24-07 11:53 AM   #1 
  - I was just reading Steve Wozniak's thoughts on energy efficiency  Ellen Forradalom   Aug-24-07 11:56 AM   #2 
  - GM now has two hybrids in development: the dual mode and a pluggable-hybrid (the Volt)  TheBorealAvenger   Aug-24-07 11:56 AM   #3 
  - GM had an electrical car that consumers wanted...  KansDem   Aug-24-07 11:59 AM   #4 
  - I agree wholeheartedly  rurallib   Aug-24-07 12:48 PM   #8 
  - Well, Carter could've paved the way, but America voted for Reagan.  Selatius   Aug-24-07 01:00 PM   #10 
  - Why is GM always 10 years behind the times?  taught_me_patience   Aug-24-07 11:59 AM   #5 
  - GM had a dual-mode hybrid prototype back in 1969.  pabsungenis   Aug-24-07 12:22 PM   #6 
     - The Stir-Lec prototype was not feasible  sailor65   Aug-24-07 12:42 PM   #7 
  - Screw GM , these freaks have known about wasted fuel for decades  blues90   Aug-24-07 12:57 PM   #9 
 

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