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While there are some very early rumors of an 80-mile battery being worked on for a future-generation Volt model, it's still an open question if the domestic automakers can survive long enough to make to a second- or third-gen PHEV.
In more fun news, Ruf builds an electrically powered 911 and the AIRPod (above right) will soon come to New Zealand. Wheee! Oh, and this: Corvette Z06 wins MPG Marathon.
- Could future Volts get 80-mile batteries?
- Audi Mileage Marathon: Diesels are definitely efficient, will it matter?
- Honda sabotaging its own FCX Clarity?
- Audi Mileage Marathon: Audi's boss not worried about Toyota diesel cancellation
- MDI's AIRPod coming to New Zealand
- Ruf reveals electrically powered 911
- eBay Find of the Day: 1993 Elektro electric mail vehicle
- Aptera has some questions for you
- Toyota iQ prices start at £9,495, deliveries start in January
- WIRED NextFest: Imagine PS Roadster
- Zap ships record number of vehicles in 3Q 2008
- MDI's AirCar get a new name, now called the FlowAIR
- We can get down to 130 g/km of CO2 in 2012!
More headlines after the jump.
- VIDEO: Shell's Sylvia Williams discusses GTL diesel fuel
- Peugeots star in British MPG Marathon
- Financing lawsuit threatens Chrysler-Getrag dual clutch transmissions
- Holden launches ecoline, includes V8 engines
- Mazda MX-5 to get lighter, alternative engines?
- Shai Agassi totally into what France is doing with EVs
- Holden to get Chevy Volt for Australia
- Hybrid taxis in NY endangered?
- Platts Cellulosic Ethanol Conference - industry overview
- Platts Cellulosic Ethanol Conference - updates from Coskata, Novozymes and SunOpta
- Another European large sedan with low emissions: Škoda Superb Greenline
- Lexus Prius is just the beginning; Lexus considering a hybrid-only line
- Volvo shows off new hybrid bus series
- The Dagne: Video game on three wheels
- LA Preview: Toyota iQ coming to U.S. as a Scion?