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VW XL1 Diesel-Hybrid Gets An Estimated 261 MPG

Chattanooga, TN -   The Volkswagen XL1, the most fuel-efficient and aerodynamic production car in the world, made its U.S. debut at the 23rd Annual Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) Conference at the Chattanooga Convention Center today. The XL1 offers an estimated European co
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2014 Honda Plug-in Hybrid Accord is first to meet California’s new strict standard

SACRAMENTO — The Air Resources Board has approved the first car for sale in California that meets ARB’s most stringent smog-emission standard to date. The 2014 Honda Plug-In Hybrid Accord produces only 20 milligrams of combined smog-forming emissions per mile. This makes it the
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Lexus Reveals LF-LC Blue at 2012 Australian International Motor Show

SYDNEY, Australia – Australia Lexus has revealed the stunning LF-LC Blue concept at the Australian International Motor Show in Sydney. Clad in unique Opal Blue, it is the second version of the LF-LC, first debuted at the Detroit Auto Show earlier this year. Beneath the blue skin LF-LC
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Oakhurst Dairy Expands Hybrid Delivery Fleet To New Hampshire

HOOKSETT, NH — Oakhurst Dairy, northern New England’s largest independent family-owned dairy company and the first dairy company in the United States to purchase a hybrid delivery truck in 2009, today unveiled three new hybrid electric delivery trucks at an event for employees and loc
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UPS to Add 40 Hydraulic Hybrid Vehicles to its Fleet

Baltimore, MD – UPS today announced the deployment of 40 new hydraulic hybrid vehicles (HHVs) – 20 in Baltimore and 20 in Atlanta. Developed by Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation (FCCC) and Parker Hannifin Corporation, the package cars can achieve up to 35 percent imp
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