The top next—generation eco cars from Detroit 2013
Electric cars are nothing new and for most of us would prove wholly impractical, but use electricity to supplement existing forms of propulsion, or find a way to produce it on the move, and all of a sudden electric vehicles seem a whole lot more attractive.
Manufacturers around the world are furtively working to crack this tough nut: here are 10 of the best next-gen eco vehicles to make it from the 2013 Detroit auto show.
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