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General Motors Volt successor to the EV1?

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The likes to talk about s addiction to foreign oil. their acquisition of General the administration had an opportunity to force GM to in a more green direction. We know that they possess the technology.

It is not surprising they chose not to act on it, rather chose to bilk the taxpayer out of of dollars to retool their facilities to produce the their new car.

One provision in the Bail Out Bill some $25 Billion for automakers few strings attached. The plan required the money be spent to and develop fuel-efficient technology for Since the auto-manufacturers have spent millions in developing technology this would up bailout funds to be used as see fit. Keep in mind General Motors already natural gas vehicles but they are not in the United States. GM instead that product line to Asia, South America and just not in the USA.

At an auto show in Switzerland Motors CEO Rick Wagoner GM s efforts to improve foreign for their natural gas product If there is a natural gas vehicle in production why is the taxpayer on the hook to it produced for the US market and where is the of the dollars required to do this?

General Motors EV1

GM has not been forthcoming and fair the US consumer. GM was involved in the scandal the EV1-the electric car that was shredded after California its zero emissions mandate in the

The EV1, a plug-in car, was of 110 miles on a single charge. Hollywood types such as Tom were given the opportunity to the vehicle over a two-year as part of a GM sponsored lease When the lease expired the were returned to GM and subsequently

GM citing the vehicle was too expensive to denied several celebrity purchase attempts. As a side to the EV1 debacle there was a new battery developed which GM acquired of. When the EV1 program was squashed new battery technology was sold to Oil who has chosen to shelf the battery.

It seems doubtful the advances in particular battery technology ever surface again. GM now the Volt a plug-in hybrid pitiful sales so far as the successor to the Remarkably the so-called successor gets a dismal 40 miles on a and after the battery is depleted it a standard hybrid relying on a powered engine.

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