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Back in 1976, you could go electric in a Pinto for the low, low price of $10,000. What a deal. It's still crazy expensive to buy a real electric car today, but perhaps President Obama's action yesterday will make decent, clean cars an affordable reality for Americans. Or maybe not. Lots of unknowns out there.
- Officially, Official: Obama directs EPA to look at CA waiver, DOT to enforce CAFE increase
- Obama looks to change California's EPA waiver status; big changes could follow
- $10,000 for a Pinto? The cost of going electric in 1976
- Yes the GM Two-Mode hybrids can tow, but what of MPG?
- AFS Trinity updates PHEV crossover, applies for $2.5B loan from DOE
- Geneva Preview: Mitsubishi iMiEV Sport Air concept
- Meet Bright Automotive, Indiana's answer to the high-mpg question
- NASCAR pays some lip service to being "green"
- uCar, the Portuguese electric vehicle, goes for a spin
- Tesla vs camels: Showdown in the desert
- Autonation CEO Mike Jackson: just another exec in favor of higher gas taxes
- Times of London looks at half a century of the frugal Mini
- Australian biofuel imports hurting SE Asian rainforests
- GM confirms Orlando for U.S., looking at making it a Voltec PHEV
- Infiniti hybrid for 2010?
- Dodge Hornet may still come from Nissan
- Details on Vectrix VX-1E and VX-2 filter in