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Posted by News on August 9, 2010, 9:40 pm
 





Have you told that auto giant Tata about this?  Hurry!


The hybrid has been feasible for 25 years.  We never saw one until recently.


Posted by Josepi on August 10, 2010, 1:38 am
 


Not **ECONOMICALLY** feasible for 25 years. The powers that be, had to sell
greenwashing first to get people to pay lots of extra money for a fad
technology vehicle. Battery technology was never that good and still isn't,
but better. The car manufacturers are not going to spend billions of
development yen when nobody wants it, like the hydrogen scam.

People have created a market for the hybrid and it is much more feasible.

Your statements are based on lack of market knowledge and attempts at
confusing a simple argument.


The hybrid has been feasible for 25 years.  We never saw one until recently.




Posted by News on August 10, 2010, 10:12 am
 




People never created the market. The authorities did by emissions regs.


Your statement are based on ignorance. Large corps do not want
change -unless sit is forced on them.


Posted by hubops on August 9, 2010, 11:20 pm
 

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  Would the little urban battery-vehicles rely on slow corded
re-charging ?  I think most likely an automated battery exchange
station on every-other street corner ..  
 The big oil companies - who would also be the big re-charge companies
-  would re-charge overnight using the cheap off-peak power -
and trade-off the batteries during the day - when needed most.
  This, of course, is looking ahead to the time when compressed air
vehicles become viable.  
   John T.


Posted by Josepi on August 10, 2010, 1:40 am
 

Is this just a troll? Vaughn explained why it doesn't work well and will not
likely ever work well.

  Would the little urban battery-vehicles rely on slow corded
re-charging ?  I think most likely an automated battery exchange
station on every-other street corner ..
 The big oil companies - who would also be the big re-charge companies
-  would re-charge overnight using the cheap off-peak power -
and trade-off the batteries during the day - when needed most.
  This, of course, is looking ahead to the time when compressed air
vehicles become viable.
   John T.


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