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Lotus goes Honda hybrid racing

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Glen Waddington, 25 September 2008 15:46

No, it’s not a Norfolk-based competition to grow the tallest rose varieties. Lotus Engineering is developing a Honda Civic Hybrid for stage rallying and circuit racing. Yes, you read that right. Hold on! Lotus is racing a Honda hybrid?  It turns out there’s a lot of untapped performance potential lurking within Honda’s petrol-electric commuter car, and Lotus has the key ...

Honda dealership goes green

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Ben Whitworth, 11 August 2008 16:06

Honda has cast its environmental eye on to its dealerships. Its latest showroom - Inchcape Honda in Romford, Essex – uses recycled rainwater, ground source heating pumps and solar power to slash its energy bill by 30 percent compared to standard showrooms. Why is this Honda dealership so green? Instead of traditional air-conditioning, the 12-car site uses fully automated low-level ventilation ...

Honda confirms hybrid electric car plans

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Tim Pollard, 21 May 2008 09:05

Honda CEO Takeo Fukui today confirmed Honda's plans to build an expanded range of hybrid petrol-electric cars, including a new affordable model and a sports coupe based on the CR-Z concept. It's a signal that Honda won't let Toyota rule the hybrid market with its Prius and planned spin-offs; Fukui said he planned to build a half a million petrol-electric ...

Brits pledge green 2008

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Tim Pollard, 02 January 2008 11:02

A third of Britons plan to be greener in 2008, a new survey claims. Honda reckons that the extreme flooding that blighted many parts of the UK last year has prompted more people to take a bigger interest in environmental matters - including the sort of car they drive. If true (and let's face it, polls like this can easily ...

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