The Korean automaker Hyundai has been hard at work in order to meet the future Environmental Protection Agency’s Corporate Average Fuel Economy standards whereby a manufacturer’s range must average 35 MPG. With a commitment to weight reduction and efficiency, and the new Blue-Will Plug-in Hybrid concept that made its debut at the 2010 North American International Auto Show in Detroit is further evidence of Hyundai’s commitment to a greener tomorrow with its panoramic glass roof and solar cells for recharging the batteries that allows for an electric only driving distance of up to 40 miles on a single charge and an average fuel economy of more than 100 MPG. In case you weren’t able to attend the show in Cobo hall, here is the Hyundai presentation for your viewing pleasure.

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  (859) posted on 01.25.2010

well i guess they are just coping with the technology today, Hybrids cars is the hottest today, due to oil crisis and global warming.

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