Newly unveiled all-electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids disappoint in Detroit, but micro-hybridization looms large

This month's North American International Auto Show in Detroit brought three key developments for mobile energy. First, Nissan's aggressive price cut: Its Leaf all-electric vehicle (EV) is now $6,400 less expensive. The automaker said it achieved this cut mainly by moving production – of batteries a...

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