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Hybrid Car Review: GM Will Bring E-REV to Europe in Three Years

Friday, September 12, 2008

GM Will Bring E-REV to Europe in Three Years

GM will bring extended range electric vehicles (E-REV) to Europe in about three years according to a Reuters report: GM says plans hybrid cars for Europe in three years.

GM Europe Chief Car-Peter Forster was quoted at an auto conference in Berlin, "We are investing an enormous amount. We will launch these cars in Europe, both as Opel and as Chevrolet, in around three years."

GM believes that cars like the Volt (the only E-REV in development now) would be more popular than all electric cars because they can go farther.

The Volt is a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, and will be capable of traveling 40 miles on a full charge.  After the charge has been depleted, a small gas motor will kick in to recharge the battery pack.  Only the electric motor will be used to move the vehicle. Once a plug is handy, you can recharge the battery pack using an outlet.

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