Hybrid Technologies Impresses Fox and NBC News Affiliates During Media Coverage of Lithium-Powered Vehicles


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MOORESVILLE, NC - September 20, 2008: Hybrid Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: HYBR) www.hybridtechnologies.com, an emerging leader in the development and marketing of lithium-powered products worldwide, made quite an impression to media during their coverage of the all-electric vehicle line-up being showcased at the NASA's annual Launchfest event.

Hybrid Technologies proudly displayed a variety of its lithium-powered vehicles including the LiVTM WISE, RUSH and RYDER during the day-long festivity.

Hybrid has a long-standing relationship with NASA, who uses several of Hybrids vehicles on the bases to uses in testing and provides performance feedback back to the company.

NBC-affiliate, WBAL-TV reporter John Collins stated, This is really stunningsomething with a future! FOX Morning News Channel 5 anchors were not surprised by the popularity and fascination with Hybrids cars as gas prices are bouncing upward due to the effects of Hurricane Ike on refineries.

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