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Well, yesterday I indicated that there might not be room for many surprises at this year's Detroit auto show, but I was just plain wrong. The first on the list of "kinda knocked my socks off" surprises is the Chrysler 200C. Not only is this sedan good-looking and generic viagra in canada extremely technology advanced, but it's also being billed as an extended-range electric vehicle.

Of course, Chrysler left the door open for the http://robovero.com/levitra-canadian-pharmacy concept to also, maybe, be a regular gasoline powered V6.

That isn't too much of a surprise, really, since it'd be a shame to waste this styling on levitra online in usa a car that Chrysler (or whoever owns Chrysler in six months) might not be able (or want) to produce.

Chrysler says that the car would have a 40 mile all-electric range and an internal gasoline generator that would recharge the batteries to extend the range beyond that. Basically, this gives it the exact same range stats as a Volt. The 200C, of course, is still just a concept, meaning that it probably won't actually be around for another five years minimum. But it is buying levitra in the us a bit of an endorsement of GM's work on the Volt, and also a great design job from the folks at Chrysler.

Keep your eyes here for a couple more surprises from other car companies...this is a crazy show! It's like somebody finally got the memo and all they're working on now is alt-fuel cars!

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written by Clinch, January 11, 2009
I wasn't shocked at all, and demand you change the buy discount viagra on the internet title from "Chrysler Shocks All" to "Chrysler Shocks Some" (or maybe just "Chrysler Shocks Hank").

And I expect this isn't the only car company that's going to announce a new hybrid/electric car that has similar (or slightly better) features than previous cars (both production and concept).

Also, if it's going to be ~5 years until production, is the "40 miles per full charge" based on current battery technology? In which case, can't they use the batteries that they'd have in 5 years time (which could be significantly better)?


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written by Nick Wright, January 12, 2009
I've got an electric car that's set to levitra best buy come out in 5 years - maybe - that will give its user fellatio while emitting rainbows from the exhaust pipe.

Give me a freaking break.
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written by Loosely_coupled, January 12, 2009
It's not shocking to see Chrysler working on ex-range electric vehicles --- I'd hope they have been doing so for years by now if they wish to be around in a decade.

That said, even given that this is a concept a ways off from development, I am MORE than impressed with the styling. If they can keep the same "inspiration" in the production model, I'll be all over that thing even though I rarely buy American vehicles..
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written by philosopherkingtomas, January 12, 2009
Felix Salmon at Portfolio did perhaps the best job explaining the misinformation at play:
The average GM assembly-line worker makes about $28 per hour in wages, and I can assure you that GM is not paying $42 an hour in health insurance and pension plan contributions. Rather, the $70 per hour figure (or $73 an hour, or whatever) is a ridiculous number obtained by adding up GM's total labor, health, and pension costs, and then dividing by the http://www.animationnation.com/viagra-from-canadian-pharmacy total number of hours worked. In other words, it includes all the healthcare and retirement costs of retired workers. [emphasis in original]
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Is this the best Chrysler can do?
written by jerry, January 12, 2009
People have already been retrofitting existing cars with electric motors that go 40 miles on a charge in their garages. How hard is it to mass produce such simple technology? Neil Young had his 1959 Lincoln fully retrofitted into an electric car. I am sick of wow)) buy fioricet the whining big 3, especially GM which trashed the EV1 under pressure from the oil companies.
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written by SteveDenver, January 12, 2009
In 5 years, this bulbous styling isn't going to be fresh or exciting. Chrysler rolled out its latest bonermobile and concoted a story about MAYBE going electric. Get with it morons: the competition is getting smaller and viagra next day shipping better, while you're looking like total novices without a clue.
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