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Tesla Model Y driver escapes frightening freak accident unscathed

Teslarati

A Tesla Model Y and a minivan were damaged by a part of a crane that collapsed onto the bridge. The part then bounced off the all-electric crossover and landed on the minivan. Video that was obtained by 7News reportedly showed Cerezin helping the woman driving the minivan, who was injured in the incident. At around 4:30 p.m.

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Ford: boomers leading trend to compact utility vehicles

Green Car Congress

Industry data supplied by Ford Motor Company and Del Webb, part of the multi-brand homebuilder PulteGroup, show that the baby boomer segment (ages 55 to 64), which comprised the growing market for large homes and made minivans and big SUVs vogue are now shifting to still lavish, but smaller homes and utility vehicles. cubic feet.

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2013 Ford C-Max Hybrid, C-Max Energi Plug-In: More Details

Green Car Reports

The new Escape crossover arrives at dealers in mere months, minus the hybrid model of its predecessor. The 2013 C-Max is a five-passenger small minivan or "multi-activity vehicle" (Europeans call it a.

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2011 Detroit Auto Show: Ford C-Max Hybrid & Energi Plug-In Concepts

Green Car Reports

While Toyota dominates global hybrid production, Ford was the first company to launch a hybrid SUV: the Ford Escape Hybrid, in 2004. Now, Ford is pioneering another hybrid model: the small minivan, or as Europeans call it, the people carrier.

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Move Over Ford: Nissan Plans All-Electric Future For NY Taxis

All Cars Electric

From the iconic Ford Crown Victoria through to the Ford Escape Hybrids replacing many of them as part of air quality legislature coming into force in 2012, Ford’s relationship with the New York taxi is a long one.

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Paris Motor Show: Ford Confirms C-Max Hybrid And Plug-In Minivans

Green Car Reports

Since launching the Ford Escape Hybrid in 2004, Ford has confined sales of its hybrid-electric vehicles to North America. But that's about to change.

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Who will be in the driver’s seat?

Electric Auto Association

An early adopter Sinclair’s first venture into the world of clean energy vehicles came in the early 2000’s when she and her husband purchased a Ford Escape Hybrid, a car they still own today. Mothers are driving the kids, the dog, and lots of stuff around town and there haven’t been a lot of electric minivans.