Bosch has rolled out an Aston Martin DB9 plug-in hybrid prototype, which previews new technology from the auto supply giant that should ensure performance cars have a safe future, even in a world of ever-tightening emissions standards. This particular prototype is packing a combined output of 740 horsepower.
What’s going on at Fisker these days? The company hasn’t built a car in almost a year but it's not dead yet. Our sister site Green Car Reports has taken a look.
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