HYUNDAI ELANTRA GETS 2010 BUZZ AWARDS
Hyundai Elantra gets 2010 Buzz Award as an economical vehicle. This year’s “most buzzed” automotive list is dominated by economical cars. Luxury brands, including Mercedes-Benz and Lexus, have been replaced by vehicles from Hyundai and Volkswagen. Topping the list is the Hyundai Elantra compact sedan and hitting the charts at number four is another economical vehicle from the Korean automaker; the Accent.
The automotive brand of the year list, included in Zeta Interactive’s 2010 Buzz Awards, hints that car buyers in the U.S. display a significant interest in autos that offer the most “bang for your buck.
Hyundai was one of only two brands to have a pair of vehicles make it into the top ten. The Honda Accord ranked second and the automaker’s compact Civic came in ninth. Surprisingly, only one light truck made Zeta’s list; the Kia Sorento.
CHEVROLET EQUINOX FUEL CELL TO U.S NAVY
The H2I goal is to install up to 25 hydrogen stations in strategic locations around Oahu, putting the fuel within reach of all 1 million residents. GM and 11 partner companies, agencies and universities announced a commitment Dec. 8 to make hydrogen-powered vehicles and a fueling infrastructure a reality in Hawaii by 2015.
The U.S. Navy is among the first customers to take delivery of a GM fuel cell vehicle as part of the Hawaii Hydrogen Initiative, which aims to integrate hydrogen as an essential building block for a sustainable energy ecosystem in the Aloha State.
Under the Hawaii Hydrogen Initiative (H2I) – of its Chevrolet Equinox fuel cell SUV. The H2I program aims to promote hydrogen-fueled vehicles as one of the island’s mainstream transportation options and seeks to create a sustainable energy ecosystem in the Aloha State.