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Does Car of Year Award Mean Electric Cars Here to Stay?

Motor Trend's Car of the Year announcement is a boost for an EV industry labeled a failure by some analysts and politicians.

Published: 14-Nov-2012

The Tesla Model S nabbed one of the auto industry's most coveted awards this week when Motor Trend named the electric vehicle as their 2013 Car of the Year.

It is the first time in Motor Trend's 64-year history that the award has gone to a vehicle not powered by an internal combustion engine.

"It drives like a sports car, eager and agile and instantly responsive," wrote Angus MacKenzie, editor-at-large of Motor Trend Magazine. "But it's also as smoothly effortless as a Rolls-Royce, can carry almost as much stuff as a Chevy Equinox, and is more efficient than a Toyota Prius."

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