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Jan 15, 2012 4:30PM

telsa 400 too 500 miles per charge 0 too 60 in less than 4 sec  been building for years high end 90.000 dollars low end sedan 500.miles to charge  around 50.000$$$ news and govt ignores them  for oil companys rule!!!!!govt ****!!!!hydrogentor built in doubles gas miliage  govt ingnorse our govt will let the rest of the world pass ous by and create green fuel before we doo even though we invented it

Jan 15, 2012 8:25PM
Love the concept of hybrid cars, but to call them green is a lie.
Jan 15, 2012 3:49PM
Just more import crap.  You want more jobs in this country, quit buying the junk other countries keep dumping here
Jan 15, 2012 12:10PM

I wonder how much C02 the Chevy Volt emits once it catches on fire?


LOL.............The Green Movement is a joke.

Hybrid? The biggest LIE put forth to the American public is that automobiles cannot run off or greatly reduce need of gasoline using HHO gas. What is HHO gas? It's not rocket science; you take H2O (water) with electrolysis (dc current) convert it to HHO (hydrogen/oxygen) gas. 

Proof? Industrial HHO products are available TODAY from overseas. These range from generators/welders/motors from many countries' just google "Industrial HHO products from China". Why don't we hear about HHO alternate energy from main stream media? It's simple the PTB (powers that be) have kept or squelched this information for the last 50 years. Do you have proof? Watch the YouTube video search "2004 Dodge truck runs on water only".

I know there will be "FLAT EARTH" people who will not believe what they see, read or hear. This is NOT for them; let them keep using dinosaur fossil fuels. Watched the YouTube video and still don't believe? Experiment yourself; go to e-bay and search "HHO generators"; USA truckers spend 1000's of dollars on these HHO systems. Did you know the space shuttle used this HHO technology, but in reverse (to create power and water).
Jan 15, 2012 7:14PM

While I appreciate the move these car manufacture's are making towars producing hybrid vehicle's it also upsets me that most of these "hybrids" are no commuter oriented or produce the same MPG as the leader of the pack "Toyota Prius". To me, an affordable, below $20K hybrid that can produce 50 mpg or better, is indeed worth it. Anything over $20-23K would offset any potential fuel savings. Until such a vehicles are m****duced, I will stick to driving my 2001 Honda Insight which easily gets me 50-57mpg. If I really try, in the summer, I can accomplish 62mpg.


Jan 15, 2012 10:02PM
I noticed that none of them were hybrid diesel. Most were gasoline. And it seems that many of them that were labeled as hybrid were using the electric portion to add horse power to the gas engine. That's not innovative, its pleasing big oil!
Jan 15, 2012 6:54PM
Does the Camero's front end look like it's smiling to you?  Not the look of a 'Hot' car I would drive.
Jan 15, 2012 9:53PM
Wow, plastic boxes on four wheels. Big deal.
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