I wish I lived closer to Los Angeles so I could visit the exhibit starting today at the Peterson Automotive Museum. They are reviewing the history of automotive power, including steam, electric, hydrogen, solar and jet-powered vehicles, CNN reports. It seems people have been worried about running out of gas for longer than we might think, since a gasoline-electric hybrid was introduced in 1917. Just like so many technologies ahead of their time, it turned out to be a bit of a flop. The exhibit includes a large number of exciting cars, including a 1938 coal powered Citroen 11, and a 1963 turbine powered Chrysler. For those of you in the area, go see it, and let us know your impression.
[Source: CNN]

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