Hybrid Vehicle

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Hybrid Vehicle

A motor vehicle that uses both gasoline and electricity to power the engine. In general, the internal combustion engine is used to charge the electric motor or when the electric motor is idle. Hybrid vehicles have become more popular with increased concern for the environment and alternative energy.
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The number of registered imported hybrid vehicles reached 20,000 in Korea this year thanks to surging popularity of eco-friendly vehicles.
Dubai's has Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has endorsed a contract for procuring 554 environment-friendly hybrid vehicles.
Summary: Hybrid vehicles saved 30 per cent of fuel consumption
Despite the Government of India deciding to hike tax rates for hybrid vehicles, Toyota has vowed to go strong with its hybrid car sales.
Project Description Establish a reserve to provide for the additional incremental cost for purchases of alternative fuel and hybrid vehicles and alternative fuel infrastructure.
Mitsubishi Motors (TYO: 7211), a Japan-based automaker, has delivered its first IMI Level 3 course in Electric and Hybrid Vehicles.
KARACHI -- Toyota Motor Corporation is proud to announce that the cumulative figures for global sales of its hybrid vehicles reached 9.
According to industry experts, the federal government has announced several budgetary measures (2013-2014) vide SRO 499(1) 2013, allowing a 50 percent duty rebate to encourage sales of hybrid vehicles in Pakistan and control balance of payment deficit by reducing oil imports.
The conventional versions of micro hybrid vehicles had a 12V battery that had performance issues.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has added 80 hybrid Toyota Camry vehicles to its Dubai taxi fleet - raising the total number of hybrid vehicles in fleet circulation from 65 to 145 vehicles.
With the deregulation of the fuel prices policy adopted since August 2015, and the anticipated growth coupled with the world's economic recovery, it is logical to phase out the existing fleet of fuel-powered taxicabs and replace them by hybrid vehicles, especially as the resultant fuel consumption efficiency rate has risen by 30 per cent and carbon dioxide emissions rate has soared by 30 per cent.
Toyota has revealed that cumulative global sales of its hybrid vehicles have exceeded the seven million unit mark.