Automakers Start Thinking Green
DETROIT - The annual North American International Auto Show has always been about glitz and glamour, with an undeniable goal of helping make the Motor City and its residents feel good about the business.
For 2008, that glitz and glamour returns, but with a twist: Virtually every manufacturer debuting vehicles has inserted a "green" element.
And often in unexpected places. Ferrari, for instance, is displaying an F430 sports car that would run on ethanol. Even Hummer displayed its smallest concept model ever, the HX, powered by a V-6 engine that runs on ethanol.
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