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25Hypermiler Wayne Gerdes: After 2,269 miles and 59 mpg, Hyundai Sonata Hybrid "kicks ass"

2011 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Cross Country Blue Drive – Click above for image gallery

25Wayne Gerdes: After 2,269 miles and 59 mpg, Hyundai Sonata Hybrid "kicks ass"

2011 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Cross Country Blue Drive – Click above for image gallery

3Hyundai will debut Sonata Hybrid ads at Sun Bowl

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18Hyundai CEO John Krafcik commits to 50 mpg fleet average by 2025

During a speech at the Management Briefing Seminars in Traverse City, MI on Wednesday, Hyundai America CEO John Krafcik became the first executive to commit to a 50-mile-per-gallon fleet average and plans to achieve that goal by 2025. That goes well beyond the 35.5 mpg already mandated under corporate average fuel economy rules for 2016.

5Act fast to get a Sonata Hybrid for less than a Prius, limited-time offer

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38Hyundai CEO says Sonata Hybrid "may hit 40 MPG" priced from mid-$20's

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5Hyundai releases first teaser shot of the Sonata hybrid

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38Hyundai releases first teaser shot of the Sonata hybrid ahead of NY debut

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15LG Chem to build lithium ion cell factory in Holland, MI

LG Chem has made it official. The South Korean manufacturer is moving forward with plans to start production of lithium ion cells in Michigan. LG Chem and its U.S. subsidiary, Compact Power Inc. (CPI), will spend $303 million to build the cell plant in Holland, on the west side of the state. By 2013, the facility figures to employ over 400 people. Groundbreaking will take place this summer, with the factory scheduled to be fully operational by 2012. At full production, the plant will have enough

10Officially Official: LG Chem to build lithium ion cell factory in Holland Michigan

LG Chem made it official today. The South Korean manufacturer is moving forward with plans to start production of lithium ion cells in Michigan. LG Chem and its U.S. subsidiary, Compact Power Inc. (CPI), will spend $303 million to build the cell plant in Holland on the west side of Michigan. By 2013, the facility figures to employ over 400 people. Groundbreaking will start this summer with the factory fully operational by 2012. At full production, the plant will have enough capacity to produce c

5New York preview: 2011 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid with lithium-polymer batteries

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