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June 9, 2004 | John O'Dell, Times Staff Writer
So, where do you fill up a $150,000 hydrogen-fueled sports car? The question is relevant starting today, when the two-seat Hydrogen Shelby Cobra -- built by auto legend Carroll Shelby -- can be ordered from Hydrogen Car Co., a 9-month-old Los Angeles company. The Cobra's internal combustion V-8 engine burns hydrogen, making it cleaner and more fuel- efficient than any of its gasoline-gulping Shelby siblings.
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June 9, 2004 | John O'Dell, Times Staff Writer
So, where do you fill up a $150,000 hydrogen-fueled sports car? The question is relevant starting today, when the two-seat Hydrogen Shelby Cobra -- built by auto legend Carroll Shelby -- can be ordered from Hydrogen Car Co., a 9-month-old Los Angeles company. The Cobra's internal combustion V-8 engine burns hydrogen, making it cleaner and more fuel- efficient than any of its gasoline-gulping Shelby siblings.
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October 24, 2003 | Nancy Rivera Brooks, Times Staff Writer
S. David Freeman, the cowboy-hat-wearing former general manager of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, has made a career out of wrangling electrons. Now Freeman has set his sights on gas guzzlers -- including Gov.-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger's Hummer.
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March 7, 2004 | James Flanigan
Lots of motorists are ticked off that refinery outages in California have pushed the price of gasoline to $2.20 or more a gallon. But if they understood the real cloud hanging over our energy future, their anger would rightly give way to a different emotion: fear. People, of course, have heard all this before, and many dismiss it as Chicken Little rhetoric.
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January 12, 2005 | John O'Dell, Times Staff Writer
The auto industry is being driven in two directions this year as it tries to cash in on very different trends: hybrids and horsepower. At the North American International Auto Show, which opens here Friday to the public for a 10-day run, carmakers are touting a slew of ecologically friendly gasoline-electric vehicles as well as a host of pedal-to-the-metal gas guzzlers. For instance, Toyota Motor Corp.
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