Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Alternative fuel powered vehicles roles in Detroit Auto Show

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Photo of a sleek new automobile.

2013 Ford Fusion has three versions: petrol, hybrid and an entirely new plug-in hybrid, that says Ford gets more than the equivalent of 100 MPG.
IMG credit: Ford Motor Company

Alternative fuel powered vehicles parts spotlight at the annual North American International Auto show - also known as 2012 Detroit auto show - that on 7 January in Detroit, Michigan. Ford, General Motors, Nissan and Honda car manufacturers are hybrids or electric vehicles (EV) and concept cars. The card runs through January 22.

In his hometown made his debut of the Ford Motor Company the new fusion, say that the model was the first wagon, gasoline, hybrid and plug-in-to offer hybrid versions for the best fuel economy. Also on his home turf, General Motors Corporation code 130R be issued concept, a Coupe designed to win back a turbo engine with GM technology works, you shut down the engine at stops, and braking. Nissan showed his s NV200 concept, which with the train from its Nissan leaf EV installed in Nissan NV200 multi-purpose van has. And Honda unveiled its 2013 accord statement that the accord sedan with a new two-engine-plug-in hybrid system, which constantly moves through three modes: full electric - and petrol electric direct drive. See press releases of Ford, General Motors, Nissan and Honda.

In addition, the Detroit Economic Club on 11 January address DOE its support to energy Secretary Steven Chu for U.S. auto industry innovation highlights. DOE released a new video, "energy 101: electric vehicle", which shows the advantages of EVS, including improved fuel efficiency, reduction of emissions and lower maintenance costs. See the DOE press release (copyright) and YouTube energy 101 video to see.

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