Lightning Hybrids to reveal LH4 at Denver Auto Show
The company, which was only officially launched last October and now employs 15 people, is hoping to entice the city of Loveland, Colorado into investing in the project. A possible deal could see them receive $50,000 for a performance agreement and another $50,000 after they hire 25 people. They hope to eventually employ 300. Before they begin cranking out their own cars in 2011, Lightning Hybrids hopes to begin working their hydraulic hybrid magic on existing trucks and taxicabs. Hit the jump for some news footage of the team preparing the prototype as well as some animations of their vehicle and systems.
[Source: ABC 7 Denver News]
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