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AddOff radar, Coda now dealing with multiple supplier lawsuits

Another ominous sign for Coda Automotive: multiple lawsuits filed by suppliers who claim they are owed money. This comes after Coda laid of about 50 employees in December and then furloughed a few more in January; news has surfaced of four lawsuits filed since June of last year.

AddJudge rules Renault can use Zoe name

Renault Zoe concept – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddMeet the man who quietly profits from every hybrid sold

Alex Severinsky is a Russian man who came to the United States in 1978. He graduated from Ukraine's Kharkiv University of Radioelectronics in 1967 before moving on to an Electrical Engineering Ph.D. from Moscow's Institute for Precision Measurements in Radioelectronics and Physics in 1975. That's the background. Here's the important bit.

45Meet the man who quietly profits from every hybrid sold

Alex Severinsky is a Russian man who came to the United States in 1978. He graduated from Ukraine's Kharkiv University of Radioelectronics in 1967 before moving on to an Electrical Engineering Ph.D. from Moscow's Institute for Precision Measurements in Radioelectronics and Physics in 1975. That's the background. Here's the important bit.

25Amusing: Renault pressured to change name of Zoe EV by woman named Zoe Renault

Renault Zoe Z.E. concept – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddAmusing: Zoe Renault doesn't want there to be an electric car called the Renault Zoe

Renault Zoe Z.E. concept – Click above for high-res image gallery

12Report: Hyundai getting sued by former CA dealer for $30M

A California-based Hyundai dealership has filed a lawsuit against Hyundai Motor America claiming that the automaker did not provide help to the struggling dealership despite contractual agreements and assurances that Hyundai would do everything necessary to help out the dealership during the economic downturn.

10Getrag's U.S. transmission plant files for CH11 after Chrysler pull-out

The roundabout that was the Chrysler, LLC-Getrag partnership recently came to an end with Chrysler pulling out the deal, citing untenable financing terms. Now Getrag Transmission Manufacturing, the U.S. company that was going to build the dual-clutch transmissions for Chrysler, has filed for Chapter 11. Getrag has done so in order to streamline its handling of claims and creditors.

8Chrysler sues Getrag over U.S.-built dual-clutch trannies

Chrysler has managed to stay out of the doom and gloom news for a few weeks now, which goes to show that going private can have its benefits. But things couldn't stay quiet forever, and as if the company needed something else to deal with, it's now in row with German transmission supplier Getrag over a potentially failed joint venture.

AddAutoblogGreen Q&A: Civic Hybrid owner John True (he's the guy suing Honda)

Southern California musician var digg_url = 'http://green.autoblog.com/2007/07/07/autobloggreen-qanda-civic-hybrid-owner-john-true-hes-the-guy-su/'; John True recently filed suit against American Honda Motor Company over their mileage claims for the Civic Hybrid. In an era of rising fuel costs he thought the hybrid would help save some money but his new car failed to come anywhere near the numbers Honda was advertising. He came up against the hard reality that hybrids don't always give you an

AddUCS has a CVD

The features are attractive. Look for yourself: - Cylinder Deactivation for large displacement engines to improve cruise mileage. - Variable Valve Lift and Timing – Would anyone say no to that? - Direct Fuel Injection – Ditto - Turbocharging – Ditto Ditto - Flex Fuel technology to help use the ethanol that is coming from corn and then cellulosic sources. - Advanced Transmissions – more gears in the automatics or automated manual transmissions - Electric accessories such a

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