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Bob Lutz May Become Fisker Automotive’s Godfather

Bob Lutz will be remembered for a lot of things in the auto industry, and one them might be as the Godfather of Plug-in Hybrids. The former vice chairman of General Motors is credited with the concept that turned into the … Continue reading

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Why I said no to a Ford C-Max Energi and yes to a Toyota Prius

A first person look inside a green car shopping experience:  Putting off a new or used car purchase for yet another day is becoming more commonplace among me and my fellow Americans – about 11 years is the average holding … Continue reading

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My green ride and drive at LA Auto Show similar to being a little boy going to Disneyland

Last week Thursday at the LA Auto Show, I participated in the Green and Advanced Technology Ride & Drive. At a holiday part on Saturday night, a friend asked me what it was like and I said it reminded me of … Continue reading

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Lincoln Marketing Guru Taking on Ford Electrification Strategy

C.J. O’Donnell, Lincoln’s group marketing manager, will be taking on a lead marketing role for Ford’s green vehicle lineup. O’Donnell played a key role in reinventing the Lincoln division following the demise of the Mercury brand in early 2011, and … Continue reading

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