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Remember back in 2008 when BYD (Build Your Dreams) first displayed its fuel saving hybrid at the Detroit Auto Show and later announced plans to begin selling in the US in 2010? A quick glance at any street in the country will provide ample evidence that the Chinese automaker has failed to smother our roadways with low-cost electric and hybrid vehicles. Ditto its buses.

With all of the delays and cancellations, you might think that someone who's invested $230 million into BYD would be a little worried. This is not the case with U.S. billionaire Warren Buffett, who told Reuters recently that he expects green cars to provide him with a "sizable profit" in about five years. Buffett's investment helped push BYD's stock up to a 52-week high of HK$84 (about $10.80 U.S. at today's exchange rates) but the stock closed at HK$42.6 ($5.48) yesterday. Buffett said BYD's fo

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BYD e6 electric MPV – Click above for high-res image gallery