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Citroën is showing a glimpse of its CXperience plug-in hybrid ahead of the official unveiling at this year’s Paris auto show. In terms of function, the stunning 19.5 foot-long Citroën CXperience concept falls somewhere between a large sedan and a station wagon, without being either. The roof is low, just 55 inches, which makes the […]

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During an event last week at its technical center in Shanghai, General Motors summarized the company’s near term electrification plans for the Chinese market. According to Executive Director of Electrification, Larry Nitz, GM is accelerating the launch of electrified vehicles – called “new energy vehicles” (NEVs) in China. The company intends to build a local […]

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Subaru is reported;y on track to introduce a battery-electric powered crossover vehicle by 2021. According to Japanese newspaper Nikkan Kogyo Shimbu, the midsize all-wheel drive vehicle will be based on the Forester or Outback models the newspaper said, without identifying the source of the information. When it arrives, the new model is expected to use […]

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Toronto’s second annual “EV Day” will be held tomorrow, July 18, and Toyota believes this is the place to be if you want to learn more about advanced technology vehicles. Toyota Canada said it will have a major presence at the event, where attendees will be able to get behind the wheel of the Toyota […]

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Currently, plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) incentives are offered by the U.S. federal government, 20 U.S. States, three Canadian provinces, a dozen European nations, Japan, China and other entities. Auto manufacturers and their early adopter customers know first-hand that tax incentives are playing a critical role in creating and scaling up the new plug-in transportation […]

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