All-electric cars and trucks weren't the only "alternative fueled" vehicles on display at the 2010 Washington Auto Show. Diesel cars, hybrids, fuel cells, ethanol and even natural gas powered technology got some time in the spotlight as well.
Transportation ground to a halt in early February 2010 following the biggest blizzard in Washington D.C.'s history -- dropping a record 32 inches of snow on the nation's capital, eclipsing the 28 inch record set back in 1922 by the infamous 'Knickerbocker' storm. The following photographs, taken by Michael Kilcarr, show some of Washington's monuments and streets in the aftermath of this massive storm.
The 2010 Washington Auto Show wasn't all about futuristic concept and all-electric vehicles. Besides a bevy of standard gasoline- and diesel-powered models, all sorts of luxury vehicles -- from the present and the past -- were on display in all their glory.
WASHINGTON D.C. The IDEA, a new aerodynamically shaped plug-in hybrid vehicle (PHEV) delivery van concept developed by Bright Automotive, aims to have its prototype ready for production in the first quarter of 2013, the company said
At the Washington Auto Show, Bright Automotive showed off improvements to it's new IDEA PHEV work van concept. Lyle Shuey, Bright's VP-Marketing & Sales, gave FleetOwner a tour of this new gasoline-electric hybrid concept vehicle...More
Anderson, IN-based Bright Automotive showed off an improved version of its IDEA plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) work van concept at the recent Washington Auto Show. It hopes to begin building these PHEV vans commercially by the first quarter of 2013