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  • The Toyota Prius plug-in hybrid allows you to charge the car as an electric car from a regular 220 volt home connection. The hybrid Prius will be in India by January 2010.

    The Toyota Prius plug-in hybrid allows you to charge the car as an electric car from a regular 220 volt home connection. The hybrid Prius will be in India by January 2010.

  • Honda thinks there's space for a sporty hybrid, and brought the CR-Z concept with a 1.5-litre i-VTEC engine, mated to the Integrated Motor Assist system and a 6-speed manual gearbox.

    Honda thinks there's space for a sporty hybrid, and brought the CR-Z concept with a 1.5-litre i-VTEC engine, mated to the Integrated Motor Assist system and a 6-speed manual gearbox.

  • The other Honda, the EV-N runs a battery pack and a unique battery operated unicycle, called the U3-X, stashed away in the front passenger door.

    The other Honda, the EV-N runs a battery pack and a unique battery operated unicycle, called the U3-X, stashed away in the front passenger door.

  • Nissan's Landglider concept is based on a theory that a car can tilt around corners, rather than turn. It seats three and has a battery pack and electric motor for power.

    Nissan's Landglider concept is based on a theory that a car can tilt around corners, rather than turn. It seats three and has a battery pack and electric motor for power.

  • Toyota's sister company Subaru brought along the Hybrid Tourer concept that features a 2.0-litre boxer petrol engine, mated to a set of electric motors on either axle.

    Toyota's sister company Subaru brought along the Hybrid Tourer concept that features a 2.0-litre boxer petrol engine, mated to a set of electric motors on either axle.

  • And finally, Suzuki's Swift has gone hybrid too! Using a combination of a 660cc petrol engine and a battery pack, it's technology is borrowed from General Motors.

    And finally, Suzuki's Swift has gone hybrid too! Using a combination of a 660cc petrol engine and a battery pack, it's technology is borrowed from General Motors.

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