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The first mass production electric car

The Toyota Prius was the first mass production electric car; it was initially introduced to its Local Japanese market in as early as 1997. In 2001 the Prius was sold in the USA, grey imports were being exported to the UK, Australia and other countries. The 2004 new Toyota Prius Hybrid in Newcastle was officially available to order in the UK. It was redesigned as a mid-size liftback, the interior Read More...

Solar Cells Could Turn Freeways Into Power Plants

Most people think of freeways as utilitarian structures, and nothing more. But for Swedish architect and urban strategist Mans Tham, freeways are majestic structures that could serve another important Acer aspire 4720 battery purpose. In an effort to make freeways more attractive and functional, Tham would like to see Los Angeles' famed highways covered in photovoltaic cells to power the very city Read More...

Boston Infiniti FX dealer anticipates big things for Infiniti electric model

Infiniti engineers must have been listening to some old Eddie Grant tunes because they are planning to "rock down to Electric Avenue" with the first Infiniti luxury vehicle. Or maybe they just decided that with the success of little brother Leaf that it was time they go in on the fun. Regardless, Infiniti has entered the electric arena and this luxury branch of Nissan will likely create a more lux Read More...

Comparing the 2011 Toyota Prius and Ford Fusion Hybrid: Which Hybrid Car Is Right For You?

Driving a hybrid car is a great way to help the environment and save money on gas. There are now many vehicles to choose from and shopping for one can be tedious if you don't know what to look for. In this article, we will compare two of the most popular hybrid sedans in the market today, namely the 2011 Toyota Prius and Ford Fusion Hybrid, and try to make that job a little easier for you. The To Read More...