• Dec 4, 2012
We head to the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show for a sneak peak at the latest cars and concepts to hit the green scene. Chevrolet Spark EV Chief Engineer Chuck Russell gives us the lowdown on Chevy's first all-electric vehicle and BMW's Manuel Sattig shows off new variations of the plug-in BMW i3 and i8 concept vehicles. We also check out the all-electric Fiat 500e and heavy-duty Mercedes-Benz Ener-G-Force fuel-cell concept.


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      Giza Plateau
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      Bradley, you should not have let Mercedes' idiotic idea of storing water for use in a fuel cells slide like you did. Splitting water takes twice as much energy as you get out of it in the fuel cell... It's a monster amateur mistake and it's pathetic that no 'journalistic' organization is calling them on it. it is a testament to the stupidity of the car makers.
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