China's fourth-biggest auto group announced that it expects hybrid cars will contribute 10 per cent of its own-brand sales annually by 2010, it said.
Chang'an Motor Corp, the Chinese partner of Ford Motor and Suzuki Motor, said
it will enter the increasingly popular hybrid sector in the world's No 3 vehicle
market by offering its own-brand petrol-electric cars.
The nation's fourth-biggest auto group based in Chongqing Municipality told China Daily that it plans to
embark on commercial production of hybrid cars in 2008.
The company expects hybrid cars will contribute 10 per cent of its own-brand
sales annually by 2010, it said.
Spc. Jeffrey Hamme and Staff Sgt. Michelangelo Merksamer of HHC, 1/506th Infantry, point out features of the Hybrid Electric Humvee at the AUSA Annual Meeting earlier this month. The two Soldiers participated in a Military Utility Assessment of the prototype vehicle last month at Fort Campbell, Ky.
Ford's 'Hybrid Patrol,' a 10-city initiative this fall that aims to show hybrid drivers how to drive for best fuel economy. EV World photo of Bill and Lisa Hammond on way to first Ford Patrol event in Detroit during stop-over in Omaha.