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The Opel Ampera is becoming less and less of a surprise each day, that's for sure. But, since we're busy focusing on whether a "Hummer Tax" is a good idea and learning what cellulosic ethanol is, maybe we'll still manage to put a shocked look on our face when the Ampera is unveiled in Geneva early next month.
- Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick considers "Hummer Tax"
- Opel Ampera caught undisguised in Germany
- Greenlings: What is cellulosic ethanol and how does it fit with green cars?
- Chery unveils the S18, its first electric car
- Geneva Preview: Porsche to publicly debut Cayenne diesel
- Honda sells its 300,000th hybrid, plans CR-Z for 2010
- Audi's new A4 allroad 2.0 TDI rated 36.75 mpg (U.S.), not for sale here
- Barcelona tests the Tempus, its first hybrid bus
- Geneva Preview: Hyundai ix-onic concept SUV
- BMW investigating wind power at Spartanburn plant
- Tesla Roadsters to whisk actors to Oscars?
- Argentina motorbike manufacturer launches CNG bike
- Bolloré courts Evo Morales and Bolivia's lithium
- Writing on the wall: GM shutters high-performance vehicle division
- MIT GreenWheel: Simply an electric bicycle revolution
- Piaggio MP3 Hybrid set for sale this summer
- Hybrids account for 2.3% of January auto sales