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Tesla's Electric Vehicle Engineering on Display in Detroit

Tesla Motors today unveils an inside look at the Model S, showcasing Tesla's revolutionary approach to vehicle engineering.

Ford Introduces Focus Electric at CES 2011

Ford Motor Company unveiled today its all-new Focus Electric – the company's first-ever all-electric passenger car.

Mercedes-Benz Delivers First Customer Zero-Emission Hydrogen Powered Vehicle

The first new Mercedes-Benz F-CELL hydrogen-powered B-Class vehicles are now available to California residents, making emission-free driving a reality.

Five New CEOs Join Electrification Coalition

The Electrification Coalition (EC), a nonpartisan, not-for-profit group of business leaders representing the entire value chain of the electric vehicle industry‚ today announced the addition of five new members: Alexander M Cutler, Chairman and CEO of Eaton Corporation; Charles Gassenheimer, Chairman and CEO of Ener1; Jim Piro, President and CEO of Portland General Electric; Mike Segal, Chairman and CEO of LS Power Group; Eric Spiegel, President and CEO of Siemens Corporation.

VW Passat BlueMotion Sets New World Record With 1,527 Miles On One Tank

A Volkswagen Passat BlueMotion has set a new Guinness World Record for the longest distance travelled by a standard production passenger car on a single tank of fuel.

Three Teams Awarded Share of $10 Million Purse in Automotive X PRIZE

The X PRIZE Foundation, an educational nonprofit prize organization, and Progressive Insurance, the country's fourth largest auto insurance group, today, at the Historical Society of Washington, DC, awarded $10 million to three teams who successfully completed the rigorous Progressive Insurance Automotive X PRIZE.

ECOtality Releases Blueprint for 425 Miles of EV Freeway in Tennessee

ECOtality will reveal today the details of the company's EV infrastructure implementation plans during a panel at the Tennessee Valley Authority's (TVA) Fuels Solution Forum.

EPA, DOT Propose New Fuel Economy Labels, Seek Public Comment

As a new generation of cars and light trucks start appearing on the market, the US Department of Transportation (DOT) and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are jointly proposing changes to the fuel economy labels consumers see on the window of every new vehicle in dealer showrooms.

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