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Can the Honda CR-Z hybrid shine at SEMA?

By Hybrid Cars on 09/07/2010 – 7:28 pm PDTLeave a Comment

Will SEMA go hybrid?

Damn right a CR-Z hybrid is better than a Mustang, right?!?

Only one hybrid is up for this year’s “Hottest Vehicle” award at SEMA. The Honda CR-Z hybrid will challenge the Chevy Camaro, the Ford Mustang and a number of other conventional vehicles at this year’s show, set for November 2 - 5 in Las Vegas.

Along with the CR-Z, Camaro, and Mustang the hottest car list includes the Dodge Challenger, Audi A4, Ford Fiesta, Hyundai Sonata, Kia Soul, Lexus IS, Mazda 2, Scion tC and Subaru Impreza.

As for the hottest truck, the Chevy Silverado hybrid isn’t specifically on the list, but its conventional Silverado sister is, and since the Silverado hybrid is the easily the most important vehicle GM makes - maybe that any automaker makes - then we have to give it a shout-out.

Silverado hybrid baby!

Too bad neither consumers nor the government - let alone GM - understand that fact, but it is what it is; nevertheless, we’re still writing in the Silverado hybrid on our ballet.

Anyway, GM will be on the list next year with the Chevy Volt, as might a few other hybrid cars and plug-in vehicles. Maybe the past is ready to fully ebb in favor of a new flow of ideas.

Tags: chevy silverado, chevy silverado hybrid, , CR-Z, SEMA, Silverado

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