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Autocar says range-extenders are the future. Do you agree?

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Lotus and Fagor Ederlan Group to produce range-extender engine

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Lotus and Fagor Ederlan Group to produce range-extender engine

Lotus Engineering has reached an agreement with the Spanish Fagor Ederlan Group to develop and produce a small engine for use as a range extender in electric vehicles – a system similar to that found in the Chevrolet Volt. Lotus first showed its 1.2-liter inline-three engine at the Geneva Motor Show

Japan: still the future - Daihatsu unveiled Chevy Volt-like concept 17 years ago

We knew it was too good to be true. Something about the Chevrolet Volt just didn't add up. How did General Motors, a corporate leviathan known showing very little forward thinking in the green car arena (except for the EV-1 ex

Geneva Preview: Audi A1 e-tron extended range EV with Wankel rotary

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Getrag wants to get into the range extender business

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Study: UK grid able handle a lot of new plug-in vehicles

If you're a UK resident who is losing sleep, fretting that a sudden increase in the adoption of plug-in hybrid and electric cars might create the sudden need for additional power generation plants to support the load, we have news that should help you enjoy a good night's rest. According to just-completed studies, the grid in the UK already has what it takes to support a significant increase in the population of plug-in cars. The Land Rove