Monday, September 12, 2005

Hybrid cars unveiled by Ford, Honda and Toyota

Hurricane Katrina caused widespread devastation and along came the gas price hike. Great news in between is that 3 automakers have unveiled their new and latest hybrid cars and the related technology at an environmental conference on Friday. Event was first national convention of the Sierra Club, largest environmental organization of the country. Honda, Ford and Toyota are the 3 companies brought their hybrid vehicles and technology here.

According to director of the Sierra Club's global warming program, Dan Becker, "The biggest single step to curbing global warming, cutting America's oil dependence and saving consumers' money at the gas pump is making our vehicles go further on a gallon of gas".

At the Sierra Summit, Ford presented consumers their initial peek at their newest hybrid sports utility vehicle -- the 2006 Mercury Mariner Hybrid. The compact, four-wheel-drive SUV can run 33 miles per gallon in the city and 29 miles per gallon on highways. Honda uncovered the 2006 Civic Hybrid, which can get 50 miles per gallon on highways and city streets. Toyota did not bring in new model hybrids on Friday, but said earlier this year it would begin selling a hybrid version of its Camry sedan and a seven-passenger SUV, called the Highlander Hybrid.

3 Comments:

Blogger Adim said...

I really enjoy reading your posts as I learn a lot from them. I also broaden my thinking as far as what I can use and do with things

Catering Logo

12:08 AM  
Blogger shirley said...

レディースファッション
水着
ワンピース
チュニック
レディースバッグ
水着通販
水着販売
アウター
ジャケット
ブレザー
パーカー
コート
スプリングコート
トレンチコート
ダウンジャケット
レザージャケット
ブルゾン
ジャンパー
ルームウェア

R4 Card
R4
R4i
R4 SDHC
R4i SDHC
R4 cards
R4i ds
R4 ds card
R4i 3ds
R4i gold
Acekard 2i
R4 DS
ds r4
R4DS
Thanks for your great post.I like this very much, please write more about these,wait for your update.

11:26 PM  
Blogger The Movies said...

Really informative post sir could you please share some more information about this topic??

john
toyota car keys

4:33 AM  

Post a Comment