A less certain shade of green for PHEVs

Since the July 1969 issue of Popular Science featured an article on the General Motors XP-883 plug-in hybrid concept car, the PHEV has been the holy grail for reductions in CO2 emissions and quarrels over barrels of oil. The gas mileage seems superb, but that figure alone overlooks many potentially ...

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