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Top 10 automotive electronics stories of 2012

12/18/2012 01:00 AM EST
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crisslo
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crisslo   2/5/2013 2:48:42 AM
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Back in 1960, when I was a young EE, I was told then there was a great more energy storage capability in a tablespoon of gasoline than in a typical car lead acid battery. Question to anyone out there. Where are we now as to the gasoline tablespoon vs the car lead acid battery? To me that is the bottom line as to 100% electric cars ---- the batteries. So far I am for the hybrid approach for electric cars.

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EdA_#1   1/2/2013 1:41:45 PM
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I'd say the Tesla Model S winning Motor Trend COTY would be my #1. Perhaps that makes the 2013 list?

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Brian Fuller2   12/19/2012 5:36:46 PM
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What would readers add to the list? Let us know!

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GREAT-Terry   12/18/2012 2:50:38 AM
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EV and driverless are good trend and opportunities for electronics!

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