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The Hyundai BLUE-WILL Hybrid

Hyundai has been surprisingly aggressive in the hybrid vehicle space over the past 6 months with a number of new models either out or announced. The promising concept vehicle above is called the Hyundai BLUE-WILL and it looks like Hyundai’s shot across the bow of the current industry leader, the Toyota Prius.

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The VW Touareg Hybrid

The VW Touareg Hybrid is due for a North American release this fall, the hybrid SUV is set to target, perhaps surprisingly, the Porsche Cayenne market with an initial price tag of around $100,000 USD. The hybrid uses a 38 Kw electric motor positioned between the gasoline engine and the 8 speed automatic transmission, offering electric drive mode, dual power mode and regenerative braking. Lanjut →

The Chevy Volt

The Chevy Volt is possibly the most hotly anticipated hybrid electric car we have yet seen, it’s more affordable than a Tesla Roadster, more available than a Fisker Karma and much, much cooler than the Nissan Leaf or Toyota Prius. The good news is that the Volt is coming sooner rather than later, in fact the first Volt has already rolled off the assembly line in Lanjut →

The Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

The Hyundai Sonata Hybrid was one of the worst kept secrets of the New York Auto Show and even with all the advance notice we still can’t decide if we like the design or hate it with a passion. The Hybrid Sonata has some rather obvious external design cues from the Mercedes line-up (look at the side profile and you’ll see what I mean) and that front grill could clear snow from the streets of all of Cleveland. Lanjut →

The Infiniti M35 Hybrid

Nissan unveiled the Infiniti M35 Hybrid at the 2010 Geneva Motorshow and appear to be targeting the Lexus hybrid market square between the eyes. The lucrative luxury hybrid market is largely cornered by Lexus at the moment and somewhat surprisingly we are yet to see hybrids coming from more traditional luxury marques like Mercedes, Jaguar and BMW. Nissan are ahead of the curve at the moment with hybrid and electric cars, their Leaf model will be hitting showroom ¬†floors in North America and Europe later this year and with the recent PR nightmare-from-hell that Toyota have been enduring Nissan is poised to Lanjut →

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