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The 2014 Cadillac ELR is based on GM's Converj concept.

2014 Cadillac ELR Luxury Car

General Motors introduced its 2014-MY Cadillac ELR, an extended-range electric vehicle (similar to the Volt) slated to go on sale in early 2014. The vehicle features a 1.4L gasoline generator and electric motors for propulsion, and GM said the Cadillac ELR has an all-electric range of 35 miles. The following photos show different aspects of the vehicle. 

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A number of this year's Sustanability All-Stars were able to attend the conference and accept their awards in person. Photo by Chris Wolski.

2012 Green Fleet Conference

The 2012 Green Fleet Conference, held in Schaumburg, Ill., Oct. 2-3, featured  opportunities for fleet managers to drive the latest alternative-fuel fleet vehicles, check out new products, and network. The following gallery shows images from the exhibit hall and the keynote speeches.

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Fleet managers drove a number of vehicles, from the Chevrolet Volt to a Hino medium-duty hybrid, at the Ride & Drive. Photo by Greg Basich.

2012 Green Fleet Conference: Ride and Drive

The 2012 Green Fleet Conference was held in Schaumburg, Ill., Oct. 2-3. On Oct. 2, the event featured a Ride & Drive, with a range of alternative-fuel vehicles on hand for fleet professionals to take for a spin. This gallery features photos from that event.

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Nissan said the e-NV200 Concept van is a "near production" model.

Nissan's e-NV200 Concept Van

Nissan showed a new electric van concept, designed primarily for commercial fleets, the e-NV200 Concept, at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

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More than 550 fleet professionals were in attendance at this year's conference.

2011 Green Fleet Conference

The 2011 Green Fleet Conference took place in Grapevine, Texas, Oct. 3-4.

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The Camry SE.

Toyota's Camry and Camry Hybrid Sedans

Toyota has unveiled its 2012-MY Camry and Camry Hybrid. The Camry is now in its fifth generation, which debuted with the 2011 model year. Toyota has offered the Camry Hybrid since 2006; the model received a facelift in 2009. Our gallery here features photos of the vehicle. Photos courtesy of Toyota.

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Chesapeake's Natural Gas-Fueled Vehicles

Cheseapeake Energy Corp. has a goal of converting its entire fleet of 4,500 light-duty vehicles (which the company expects to grow to 5,000 vehicles in the future) to run on natural gas. The following gallery shows a selection of vehicles from the company's fleet.

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FedEx Express is rolling out 4,000 new vehicles, many of which are Mercedes BlueTEC clean diesel Sprinter vans (right). The company is also rolling out a select number of Navistar eStar all-electric delivery vehicles (right).

FedEx Express' New Fleet Vehicles

FedEx's subsidiary FedEx Express is replacing 4,000 vehicles in its fleet. The new vehicles consist primarily of BlueTEC clean diesel Sprinter vans, but the company is also adding Navistar eStar all-electric delivery vehicles, Freightliner eCells, and Ford Transit Connect Electric vans.

This gallery shows pictures from FedEx of the new vehicles in its fleet, focusing on the all-electric vehicles.

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This is the label for a standard gasoline-fueled vehicle.

The DOT and EPA's New Fuel Economy Labels

After 30 years the Department of Transportation and Department of Energy have collaborated with the auto industry, environmental groups, and consumers to create a new fuel economy label. This gallery shows examples of the labels for vehicles powered by different fuel and energy systems.

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The Prius V was designed from the ground up rather than built on the existing Prius platform, Toyota stated.

2012 Toyota Prius V Hybrid

Toyota has released detailed information about its 2012 Prius V, the new larger model in the Prius family of vehicles. The Prius V will deliver an EPA-estimated 44 mpg city, 40 mpg highway, 42 mpg combined.

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Obstacles to Overcome Prior to a Volume Rollout of Autonomous Vehicles

By Mike Antich
I believe volume penetration of fleets by autonomous vehicles will take much longer to occur than what is predicted in today’s optimistic forecasts. Conceptually, autonomous vehicles are technologically feasible, but, as they say, the devil is in the details. One thing is certain, as we trail blaze new ground, so too will we trail blaze new problems.

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The 2019 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is a significantly upgraded van that offers a dizzying array of configurations and meaningful improvements designed to improve productivity for delivering packages or hauling passengers.

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There is just no better opportunity to network, to learn, and to mingle with the best and the brightest than an in-person fleet event.

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How the VW Settlement Funding Can Benefit Your Fleet

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Part of the settlement required VW to establish and fund an Environmental Mitigation Trust. Over the next 10 years, the trust will fund environmental mitigation projects that specifically reduce emissions of NOx.

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