GM speeds ahead with GM Cruze PHEV, but the value proposition is cloudy

General Motors (GM) announced the development of a new plug-in hybrid, the Chevy Cruze, a parallel plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) expected in 2014 (where the gasoline engine and electric motor can both drive the wheels, in contrast to the series PHEV Chevy Volt, where the gasoline engine onl...

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