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re: GM: We're not pulling plug on Chevy Volt
Bert22306   3/8/2012 7:54:13 PM
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Hey EE Times. It's not like many of us here didn't tell you that the hype was way overblown, right? I'll repeat, though, that give me a Volt-like car, with a "reformer," or whatever they call it, to extract H2 from a hydrocarbon fuel, and a fuel cell, and a way downsized battery pack, and at least that would make an interesting vehicle. The Volt is a hybrid with a really big and heavy battery. Not very exciting.

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re: GM: We're not pulling plug on Chevy Volt
BicycleBill   3/8/2012 7:43:19 PM
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I'm not sure I'd be using that cliche "pull the plug" in connection with a product such as the Volt--could it be a Freudian slip?

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