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Hyundai Blue-Will plug-in concept
Hyundai touts the Blue-Will as "the first-ever plug-in hybrid from Hyundai," but it's still only a concept vehicle. This model isn't drivable and Hyundai has announced no plans to actually produce the car.

The Blue-Will can go 40 miles on electricity alone, according to Hyundai. Gasoline power comes from a 152-horsepower engine connected to a continuously variable transmission.

To further reduce the car's environmental impact, recycled plastics are used around the headlamps and "bioplastics" are used elsewhere.Glass in the Blue-Will's panoramic sunroof has translucent solar cells that provide a slight electric charge help auxiliary systems like the air conditioning, according to Hyundai.

NEXT: BMW Concept ActiveE

Last updated January 12 2010: 4:22 PM ET
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