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    highway with a range of 500 miles. Its main strength compared to the direct competition is that it is $3000 less than the comparable competition’s models. Moreover, Nighthawk Motors has been able to eliminate the pitfalls and issues with the early year hybrids as the Ecostar is the first-generation PHEV that Nighthawk Motors has developed. This latter release allows the Ecostar to sidestep any preconceived notions by customers from past model releases.

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    of Hybrid/Alternative Fueled Vehicles: There are many factors to consider when purchasing a Hybrid or Alternative Fueled Vehicle. Most times when searching for a vehicle, consumers tend to search for amenities to help cut cost. When considering alternative fueled vehicles, consumers have to keep in mind that there are several types of hybrid vehicles with different operating abilities to choose from to satisfy the needs of the consumers. With hybrids, there are three types which are hybrid electric

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    FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, DELHI Is India Ready For Hybrid Cars Anik Paul Ankan Sengupta Chandresh Kakliya Subhashis Bhunia 8/5/2015   Contents 1. Executive Summary 2 2. Background and Motivation 4 3. Objective 5 4. Hybrid Cars 6 5. Electric and Hybrid cars in US 7 6. Reason for Implementation in US 8 7. Do electric cars make economic sense in India 13 8. Behaviour of Indian consumers based on

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    we have come up with better and more climate-friendly vehicles to prevent and reduce climate changes. With these advances in transportation, the hybrid car was introduced to the market. The hybrid car is a vehicle that uses two or more distinctive types of power, such as an internal combustion engine and an electric motor. The introduction of the hybrid car to the market changed the consumer’s views and thoughts on climate change. It became evident to most consumers that climate change is a major

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    power a combustion engine, while hybrid vehicles use both the traditional combustion engine and an electric motor ran on electricity. Hybrid vehicles are superior to their conventional counterparts when it comes to fuel efficiency. Like in traditional vehicles, the combustion motor’s alternator charges the vehicle’s battery. But the difference is that in hybrid cars, there is an electric motor that can utilize the energy generated by the alternator. The reason why hybrids are so efficient is that the

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    Tesla are competing with not only “green” vehicle market that consists of Electric vehicles (EV), plug in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) and hybrid vehicle, but with the overall vehicles industry. Let’s put into consideration that all major automakers are planning to launch or have launched electric/hybrid vehicles, which will increase the competition widely in the next years. As well defined the green vehicles are competing in the requirements of a usual car such as: speed, comfort, handling and

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    as “passenger cars”) using Plug-in Electric Vehicles (PEV’s). The advantage of electrification of personal transportation leads to improved air quality and to reduce the U.S’s GHG contribution to global climate change.   In 2007, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) made a collaborated study on penetration of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) and published it as “Environmental Assessment of Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV),

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    It would be very unwise to “pull the plug” on electric-car subsidies right now. The industry needs the support. The subsidies are money given by the government to help the auto industry make electric cars and offer discounts for people to buy them. If they went away, car companies would be forced to sell electric vehicles at huge losses of money. The thriving auto industry is one of the few bright spots for business in the U.S. It would be thrown into disarray. The subsidies help make up for tough

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    to have no emissions by 1998 and 10 percent by 2003. The law is repeatedly weakened over the next decade to reduce the number of pure ZEVs it requires. 1997 Toyota unveils the Prius -- the world's first commercially mass-produced and marketed hybrid car -- in Japan. Nearly 18,000 units are sold during the first production year. 1997 - 2000 A few thousand all-electric cars (such as Honda's EV Plus, G.M.'s EV1, Ford's Ranger pickup EV, Nissan's Altra EV, Chevy's S-10 EV, and Toyota's RAV4 EV)

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    Companies Problem Sanger Automotive Companies, Inc. is one of the most successful auto dealers in the United State. In September 2011, the executives met a problem that whether or not to pursue an exclusive franchise for a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles were in the embryonic stage of the product life cycle. This decision is a complicate one which the executive must find the sufficient evidence to support. SWOT Analysis Strengths | Weaknesses | * The

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