Conventional vehicles give hybrids a run for their money

02/27/2012 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Ultra-efficient combustion engines could make conventional vehicles almost as green as hybrids, making it less likely for customers to pay a premium. Automakers are developing vehicles that can get 40 mpg without hybrid technology. "You're no longer asking people to make tradeoffs, like accepting anemic performance to get better fuel economy," says Jeremy Anwyl of Edmunds.com.

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