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Hummer, Meet the Prius of Death

11/13/2007 5:34:28 PM

Tags: military, environment, Army, Prius, Hummer, hybrid cars

Think everybody who drives a hybrid car must either be a hypocritical celeb or a guilt-ridden boomer? Think again. The U.S. Army has been fiddling with hybrid cars to make the next generation of fuel-efficient military vehicles, says this army researcher. Maybe the military is as sick of the Hummer as the rest of us are.

Thanks, ecogeek! —Brendan Mackie



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4/5/2008 6:15:28 PM
did you know that gm has the only true hyrid and toyotas hybrid is a true killer of the enviroment



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