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Published on May 14th, 2012 | by Zachary Shahan


Hybrid SUV Unveiled by Great Wall Motors (Could Be Sold Beyond China)

May 14th, 2012 by  

China’s got a booming car industry, and it’s increasingly looking to export its companies’ cleantech products, so it seems viable that Great Wall Motors’ new Hybrid SUV could cross borders. We’ll see. For now, here’s more on the topic from Jo Borras:

China vs. the World: Great Wall Unveils Global SUV (via Gas 2.0)

Among certain circles in America, there is a growing fear of the Chinese. The people in line ahead of me at a Wisconsin Wal-Mart this weekend (I was in a Wisconsin Wal-Mart this weekend) said “the Chinese is gonna take over”, and a sharp cat from a well-known Chicago publishing house told me earlier…

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  • Dcard88

    35 miles is enough to cover commutes for over 90% of us. That would yeild mpg everage in the 50’s or higher. Very cool, especially if they can beat the Volt price significantly.

  • Sol

    Scissor doors, hybrid engine, and that styling? I’m in.

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