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Charlie 06-21-2009 09:32 PM

Should Penske Contract with AFS Trinity to Electrify the Saturn Vue?
 
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[quote]Warren Brown from the Washington Post: Small, independent car companies such as California-based Tesla Motors and AFS Trinity Power of Bellevue, Washington, have come up with electric models that give their gasoline counterparts a very fast run for the money. After driving an "extreme hybrid" AFS Trinity version of a Saturn Vue SUV, which beats all GM Saturn Vue models in fuel-economy and straight-line acceleration, here's suggesting that the Penske Group, Saturn's new owner, get in contact with AFS Trinity.[/quote]

The Math God 06-21-2009 10:08 PM

Re: Should Penske Contract with AFS Trinity to Electrify the Saturn Vue?
 
Keep the price reasonable and I will buy one
[url]http://www.afstrinity.com/[/url]

gary p 06-22-2009 11:19 AM

Re: Should Penske Contract with AFS Trinity to Electrify the Saturn Vue?
 
Its one thing to deliver a prototype. Its quite another to mass-produce at a market-friendly price with o.e.-levels of durability.

rossao1 06-23-2009 11:52 AM

Re: Should Penske Contract with AFS Trinity to Electrify the Saturn Vue?
 
[QUOTE=gary p;1469679]Its one thing to deliver a prototype. Its quite another to mass-produce at a market-friendly price with o.e.-levels of durability.[/QUOTE]

Agreed. And please notice that they used the LIGHTER last gen VUE? The new all steel VUE get worse gas mileage.. Go polymer, go! :)
They don't build them like they used too. :D


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