Honda reports they are studying plug-in hybrids
This news, of course, comes on the same day that GM introduced their Chevy Volt concept, which at this point would have to be the most impressive alternative powered car around, albeit one not for sale.
Of course, the longer a vehicle can sustain operation without using any fossil fuels of its own (not including, of course, the fossil fuels required for its production), the better. The Chevy Volt sets the standard there, and is one reason that the Tesla Roadster generates so much positive press. A plug-in hybrid helps here, because it can be charged without using its internal combustion engine.
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