Last year, the fifth annual AltWheels festival featured a lot of cool green car goodness - along with things like Darth Vader discussing HUMMER and a vegoil MINI. This year, the show returns to the Boston area for three days one day of greener transportation discussion and presentations, including a one-day fleet-centered show on September 29 that will feature what organizers are calling the "Largest Display of Alternative Fleet Vehicles on East Coast." It certainly looks like a tempting way to
The fifth annual AltWheels Alternative Transportation and Energy Festival is coming up in Boston later this month and for the first time Chevrolet will be one of the sponsors of the event. Chevrolet will be showing off their flex-fuel Impala and Avalanche as well as the new Tahoe and Malibu Hybrids. The Malibu starts production in October using GM's mild hybrid belt-alternator-starter system. Chevy will also be showing the fuel cell Equinox that will be used for Project Driveway.
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