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1590 NEWS ITEMS ARCHIVED IN 2003

GM Sees Power in Gas/Electric
NAIAS 2003 is clear sign hybrid cars joining the mainstream. - 06-Jan-2003

GM Set to Announce Hybrid Plan
The move will bring gas-and-electric powered vehicles into the mainstream in North America. - 06-Jan-2003

GM Wheels Out Hybrids
GM expected to announce it will begin producing up to one million gasoline-electric cars and trucks a year. - 06-Jan-2003

Foreign Maglev Breakthrough Leaves U.S. in Dust
Newsday editorial on China's new maglev train. - 06-Jan-2003

Carmakers Make Good on Hybrid Promises
General Motors said it will offer hybrid powertrains as an option on 12 models by 2007. - 07-Jan-2003

Hybrid Cars Have Early Skeptics, Fans in Area
Some see hard sell of HEVs in Wisconsin. - 07-Jan-2003

Largest Automaker Going Hybrid
GM to introduce gas-and-electric cars, trucks, SUVs. - 07-Jan-2003

Granholm Sets Sights on Hybrid Electric Car Jobs
New Michigan governor wants to see state become HEV leader. - 07-Jan-2003

Toyota Premieres FINE-S Fuel-Cell Concept
Concept vehicle revealed at 2003 NAIAS - 07-Jan-2003

Toyota Announces Revolutionary New Hybrid Technology
Hybrid Synergy Drive operates with front and rear electric motors and a front internal combustion engine. - 07-Jan-2003

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