Automakers Unveil New Hybrids at Detroit Show

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GM is co-developing a hybrid system with two other large automakers. Jack Speer, NPR hide caption

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At this year's North American International Auto Show in Detroit, just about every manufacturer has something new to offer, including new hybrid-engine vehicles from Toyota, Ford and General Motors. GM, which has been slow to embrace the technology, unveiled two new hybrids at this year's show.

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