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‘Electric Dreams’

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TWO veterans in hybrid technology: Toyota Prius and Honda Insight

WHILE a Chinese billionaire hogged the odd-news section last week for selling cans of fresh air, Filipinos waited with bated breaths in a roller coaster ride at the Senate, culminating in a collective sigh of relief with the Jan. 28 passage of Senate Bill No. 2856, or the Electric, Hybrid and other Alternative Fuel Vehicles Incentives Act of 2011 providing incentives for “the manufacture, assembly, conversion and importation of electric, hybrid and other alternative fuel vehicles.” But, suck it up again, folks, the Congress counterpart, House Bill No. 5460, passed on third reading on April 5, 2012, is still waiting, as of press time, for a bicameral conference.

Posted: February 5th, 2013 in Featured Gallery,Headlines,Inquirer Features,Motoring,Photos & Videos | Read More »

Looking forward to Honda’s Hybrid Insight

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The fascia of the Insight hybrid resembles the Honda Civic’s.

There’s a new hybrid car in town and it’s a Honda. If you happen to see a car on the road that looks like the Honda Civic up front but has a longer, taller “humpback” body design, that’s the 2013 Honda Insight. Blue-tinted chrome bezels on the projector-type headlights and LED tail lights, a rear spoiler with LED brake light and 16-inch alloy wheels further distinguish Honda’s hybrid model from the Civic.

Posted: January 29th, 2013 in Motoring,Photos & Videos | Read More »

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