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The first ever Diesel Hybrid SUV – 2011 Peugeot 3008 Hybrid 4

Posted on August 25, 2010 in Green News, Peugeot | No Comments
The first ever Diesel Hybrid SUV – 2011 Peugeot 3008 Hybrid 4 The hybrid technological developments have led many a bigger manufacturers to come out with wonderful automotives that promises to bring global warming to lower levels. It was in the year 2009, the French automaker promised to shell out 3008 Hybrid4 concept car in the Frankfurt motor show and right on schedule the automaker has developed the hybrid crossover that debuts next month in the Paris Motor show. While some people might wonder why an SUV that is not even sold in US be given that exposure, well the new Peugeot Hybrid is said to be world’s first of its kind hybrid electric vehicle. The vehicle is tall and heavy; it comes with an all wheel drive options and emits just 99 grams of CO2 per kilometer. This is one of the best diesel subcompacts anyone can get in a Hybrid system; it gives  [...]

Chrysler plans to build EV using Fiat 500 base

Posted on August 20, 2010 in Chrysler, Fiat, Green News | No Comments
Chrysler plans to build EV using Fiat 500 base Well, green cars are not new especially in the American markets but surely the scenario is going to change in the next few years with American markets flooded with various small battery powered electric cars. The variety of options to choose from would include Nissan leaf, Ford Focus EV, NXG, THINK city, megacity, BMW mini E, i-MiEV, Rva and many other dozens of cars under plans. While it is a good new that Chrysler plans to build and engineer pure electric cars that are based on the Fiat 500 platform but the models would be available only full fledged by the year 2012 and 2013. The first 500 EVs production plan has already been announced and the first set of gasoline powered Fiat 500 would go on sale in North America in the late 2010. The first set of car would be produced at Mexico, Toluca.  [...]

The review for 2010 BMW ActiveHybrid X6

Posted on August 18, 2010 in BMW | No Comments
The review for 2010 BMW ActiveHybrid X6 The world of Hybrid technology has bought over loads of changes in the automotive world, today every person with a sound mind would prefer to buy a Hybrid vehicle even if that goes a little costly than the regular vehicles. The latest 2010 BMW ActiveHybrid X6 just goes on to prove that going Hybrid is the best possible way to save the earth from global warming. The new Active hybrid from BMW may be a little pricey affair but it shows greater results in the longer run. The vehicle has a limited utility factor and rear seat space constraints but overall the advantages are cool to buy this Active hybrid car. The machine provides for a quick acceleration along with comfort riding and handling capabilities, it has roomy front seats that give you great comfort especially for longer  [...]

Renault delivers super hot electric – DeZir

Posted on August 04, 2010 in Renault | 1 Comment
Renault delivers super hot electric – DeZir According to the company plans at Renault, it is soon going to start selling their electric Fluence and Kangoo sedan in the markets of Europe and Israel by the year 2011. The company has come up with its various plan for electric vehicles that will rave up the markets for all ZE in future. The latest performance oriented DeZir coupe is two passenger car that debut in the 2011 paris auto show. The latest electric DeZir will use the same synchronous as that of Renault’s ZE cars. The new DeZir is said to boost over 150 horsepower and the car drives through its rear wheels. The electric motor in the new DeZir is located in the middle of the car to give a balanced weight on both ends. The torque levels in the new machine stands at 167, the new electric can accelerate from 0-60 mph in 5 seconds.  [...]
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