DETROIT (AP) -- More Americans appear to be driving hybrids off the lot than ever before.
J.D. Power and Associates says the gas-sipping cars are on track to break last year's record with a projected increase in U.S.
sales of 35 percent over 2006. And more kinds of hybrids could be zooming around the U.S., with 65 models expected to be available by 2010.
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