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Volkswagen Board Member: PHEVs Aren’t “A Logical End Place To Go For”

Volkswagen has a credibility problem. Following last year’s diesel emissions cheating scandal, various company execs have made a mixture of fluffy, unbelievable, and seemingly dishonest comments. The company claims to be pursuing electric vehicle technologies, but it seems to be far behind leaders in the field, and even the leaders leave a lot to be desired. [&hellip Volkswagen Board Member: PHEVs Aren’t “A Logical End Place To Go For” was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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