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By Carol Cormaci | November 22, 2007
With this state leading the way in the fight against global warming, as the governor later pointed out, it was somehow fitting that a vehicle with a distinctly California name — the Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid — was named the 2008 Green Car of the Year last week by Green Car Journal. The announcement was made Nov. 15 during media days leading up to the Los Angeles Auto Show, which opened to the public the following morning and runs through Sunday at the Convention Center in downtown L.A. Other vehicles considered for the honor were the Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid, Mazda Tribute Hybrid, Nissan Altima Hybrid and the Saturn Aura Hybrid.
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By Carol Cormaci | November 20, 2008
Yesterday, while the chiefs of the big three automakers were in Washington, D.C., seeking support for a $25 billion loan package to keep their operations running, media jammed into the Los Angeles Convention Center to get a preview of the LA Auto Show. I couldn’t get downtown for the event as planned, so we’re relying here on a report from my husband, who goes every year to see what’s on the horizon in the auto industry. The company he works for manufactures superchargers and he likes to poke around under the hoods of the new offerings to see if they might be good candidates for a power boost.
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By Susan Stefun | February 19, 2009
Dozens of Rosemont Middle School students crowded around two Chevy Equinox Fuel Cells on display in the school?s amphitheater before classes began last Thursday. Scott Brierley, with General Motors Co. Field Service and Support was on hand to answer questions regarding the company?s hydrogen powered vehicle at the Rosemont campus, which serves families living in the westernmost section of La Cañada Flintridge. Rosemont eighth grader Kelii Jimenez said, ?It looked like a normal car.?
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By Carol Cormaci | November 20, 2008
Yesterday, while the chiefs of the big three automakers were in Washington, D.C., seeking support for a $25 billion loan package to keep their operations running, media jammed into the Los Angeles Convention Center to get a preview of the LA Auto Show. I couldn’t get downtown for the event as planned, so we’re relying here on a report from my husband, who goes every year to see what’s on the horizon in the auto industry. The company he works for manufactures superchargers and he likes to poke around under the hoods of the new offerings to see if they might be good candidates for a power boost.
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By Carol Cormaci | November 22, 2007
With this state leading the way in the fight against global warming, as the governor later pointed out, it was somehow fitting that a vehicle with a distinctly California name — the Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid — was named the 2008 Green Car of the Year last week by Green Car Journal. The announcement was made Nov. 15 during media days leading up to the Los Angeles Auto Show, which opened to the public the following morning and runs through Sunday at the Convention Center in downtown L.A. Other vehicles considered for the honor were the Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid, Mazda Tribute Hybrid, Nissan Altima Hybrid and the Saturn Aura Hybrid.
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