Quick Friday hit. Our man of green, and editor of GreenCarReports, was quoted in the The New York Times today as a source on future green-car technology.
John provided his views on the evolution of hybrid battery technology from today’s nickel-metal-hydride to a lithium-ion future. (Not for the faint of heart or small of mind).
Check out the story on the Hyundai’s effort to make the Sonata more fuel efficient in freeway driving (most hybrids do better on city streets).
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HGM Senior Editor and green-car journalist John Voelcker was elected today to the Board of Directors of the International Motor Press Association. His election marks one of the few times an online journalist has served in that position.
The International Motor Press Association is this country’s oldest organization of automotive journalists and public relations professionals. The group was founded 50 years ago and today includes journalists from print, TV and — our bailiwick — the
We told you about Marty Padgett’s earlier studio appearance on Autoline. GreenCarReports Editor John Voelcker made it a High Gear Media two-fer — doing a live segment while walking the Detroit Auto Show floor.
Photo by Joe Nuxoll.
John went mobile from the COBO Center floor, walking and talking with Autoline host John McElroy as they chatted Tesla, engineering and finally, John’s take on how electric car adoption will ultimately happen. The clip doesn’t get too far before John
As our crack editorial team brings you industry leading coverage of the Detroit Auto Show, we also wanted to share some news from the eve of the show. Last week, our own Director of Editorial Marty Padgett appeared in the Autoline studios from Detroit to discuss the 2011 NACOTY, or North American Car of the Year award.
Marty appeared with fellow jurors Autoline host John McElroy and Car & Driver’s Eddie Alterman to discuss all three NACOTY award
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