From WaPo The Car of the Future -- but at What Cost? on the economics, or lack thereof, of hybrid electric vehicles. The article essentially argues that the Volt etc. are "fluff" and not what will save GM because they are too expensive to generate sufficient demand to be profitable.

Also a story in the Strib on independent enthusiasts and their EVs: Electric cars: Plug 'n' go

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