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In November, Fisker Automotive will begin sales of a car with 50 miles of battery-powered range.
The automaker wanted U.S.-based manufacturing and a flexible battery design.
The planned plug-in hybrid car is at the core of the automaker’s attempt to reinvent itself. But will the car be a commercial success?
New materials from MIT could power laser weapons or give hybrid cars jackrabbit acceleration.
Just as the company makes engines, it will now make battery packs for electric cars.