More Hybrids, Electrics Showcased at Detroit Auto Show
What may be the most significant batch of new hybrid-electric vehicles the auto industry has ever seen will debut at the 2009 North American International Auto Show in Detroit's Cobo Center next week.
The 2009 Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan hybrids bowed at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November, but they only just began to get the attention they deserve, thanks to amazing fuel economy numbers Ford just released.
In addition to the 41-m.p.g. Fusion and Milan midsize sedans, the world's best known and most-loved hybrid, the Toyota Prius, arrives with an all-new model that promises significant improvement from the '09 model's EPA 48 m.p.g. city/45 m.p.g. highway fuel economy ratings.
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