Tw-mode Full Hybrid System Trumps Competition
The fact that DaimlerChrysler and General Motors will soon be selling vehicles with a hybrid system that's superior to anything on the road today from Ford, Honda, or Toyota pretty much got lost in media coverage of the competitors' announcement of their decision to work on a common two-mode system.
Also lost in the clamour about the two companies having changed their minds about the importance of hybrids is that the hybrid technology that currently exists is already outdated and will likely be gone in a couple of years.
But for consumers willing to spend more for hybrids so they can reduce their fuel use, the most important points coming out of the announcement by DCX and GM is that they'll be offering a system that's less expensive, more fuel-efficient and more versatile.
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