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First Pictures Of The Revolutionary New Hybrid Lotus Renault R31

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Lotus Renault GP have launched their 2011 title challenger, the car is a gasoline electric hybrid with a remarkable, and perhaps revolutionary, exhaust system. Lanjut →

Investors Increase Bets For $250 A Barrel Oil

Investors are making increased bets on $250 barrels of oil following continued disruption in the Middle East. Oil Futures are already up 18 percent from a year ago. After the revolution in the North African country of Tunisia spread into Jordan, Syria, Yemen and Egypt many analysts are predicting increased disruption to the flow of oil, resulting in a sharp upward trend in oil prices. Lanjut →

Electric Vehicle Market Shoot Up 18.5% Per Year Till 2015

The global electric vehicle market is set to grow at a rate of 18.5% per year till 2015, with the global plug-in hybrid market growing at a slightly faster rate of 19.1%, claim analysts in a report released by BCC Research titled “Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Progress Review 2010″. The researchers expect to see the international electric car market go from $26 billion in 2009 to $78 billion in 2015, an annual growth rate that outperforms the world’s fastest growing economies. Lanjut →

First Pictures Of The New Hybrid Ferrari F150

Ferrari unveiled their 2011 Formula 1 challenger yesterday, called the Ferrari F150 the F1 car features the much touted KERS hybrid system. The F150 was named to mark the 150th anniversary of Italian unification, a fitting tribute from the car company that unites all of Italy in both its wins and its losses. Lanjut →

GM To Increase Chevy Volt Production By 1100%

The CEO of GM, Daniel F. Akerson, announced Tuesday that he is aiming to produce 120,000 Chevy Volts in 2012, a 1100% expansion over the 10,000 Volts planned for 2011. GM had initially hoped to produce 45,000 Volts in 2012 but due to runaway demand has increased the production quota as well as going on the record to say that the Volt will be available in all 50 US states by the Autumn of this year. Lanjut →

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