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  • All About the Hybrid Car


    Efficient Hybrid cars have engines that run off of rechargeable batteries and gasoline opposed to just gasoline or diesel. Hybrid cars can reduce smog up to 90% and can get much better fuel economy then a normal engine. If it could be possible for everyone


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  • Hybrid Cars with 250 MPG Fuel Mileage


    Is it possible to have 250-mpg mileage with hybrid cars? Yes, Bellevue auto visionaries’ thinks so. The people owning Toyota Prius and Honda hybrid cars are eyeing for an mpg of 40 to 50 then how a automaker claims to have technology that can give this


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  • Hybrid Car Basics



    A hybrid car is a car that uses both a battery and a gasoline engine to help power a car. These hybrids are becoming more and more popular with consumers because of the high gas prices plaguing the United States in recent days. Due to the two engines


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Today's News About Hybrid Cars

Hybrid Car Acronyms and Definitions:
  • Battery Electric Vehicles - BEVs are electric vehicles whose main energy storage is in the chemical energy of batteries.
  • Regenerative Braking - The process by which hybrid cars recapture energy into a battery that would otherwise be lost in the form of heat.
  • Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) - a heat engine in which combustion occurs in a confined space called a combustion chamber. Combustion of the fuel charge inside a chamber causes a rapid rise in temperature and pressure of the gases in the chamber, which are permitted to expand. The expanding gases are used to move a piston, turbine blades, rotor, or the engine itself.
  • Mild Hybrid - Any hybrid which does not meet all criteria for a full hybrid.
  • ZEV - Acronym which means Zero Emission Vehicles - ZEVs have zero tailpipe emissions are 98% cleaner than the average 2003 model year vehicle. These include battery electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.

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