Hybrids

Should Honda Build a Hybrid Ridgeline?

Should Honda Build a Hybrid Ridgeline?Since Honda already has a hybrid powertrain for its Acura lineup, why not put one in the RIdgeline?

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Ford Plans Hybrid F-150

Ford Plans Hybrid F-150Ford expands its vehicle modifier program to include electric vehicle modifiers; a hybrid F-150 is on the horizon.

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Ford Once Again Trumpets a Future Hybrid F-150

Ford Once Again Trumpets a Future Hybrid F-150With bumps in federal fuel-economy standards looming, Ford promises a hybrid F-150 by 2020.

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Spied: 2018 Ford F-150 Diesel Hybrid?

Spied:Our spy shooters caught a 2018 Ford F-150 on the road sporting a different powertrain.

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Workhorse Group Plans Electric Pickup

Workhorse Group Plans Electric PickupElectric powertrain company moves ahead with half-ton plug-in hybrid pickup truck.

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2016 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Gets Electric Drive

2016 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Gets Electric DriveThe option for the mild-hybrid powertrain is now available for the Silverado 1500 crew-cab 2WD.

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2016 GMC Sierra 1500 Adds Jolt of Electricity

2016 GMC Sierra 1500 Adds Jolt of ElectricityGMC is the first modern half-ton to provide extra MPG boost from electrification, using lithium-ion batteries.

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Ford and Toyota Race Toward Hybrid Pickup on Solo Paths

Ford and Toyota Race Toward Hybrid Pickup on Solo PathsTimes have clearly changed and consumers may now be more accepting of such hybrid technology.

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50,000 Plug-In Pickups Annually by 2018?

50,000 Plug-In Pickups Annually by 2018?VIA Motors believes their plug-in hybrid-electric pickups are ready to break into the mainstream market.

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Via Motors Debuts Light-Duty Electric Van

Via Motors Debuts Light-Duty Electric VanVia's new van is a full-size light-duty van that can travel 40 miles on electricity and get more than 100 mpg.

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