I don't think that counts as a hybrid since it only uses one power source - hydrogen. A hybrid normally uses two, normally gasoline and battery. SAIC have a hybrid as well as this.chinacartimes said:
Trivia Tim said:It's based on the Rover 75, of course, but it's not a Roewe. The main difference with this car is its engine, which employs hybrid technology. The engine has been developed by SAIC with help from some Austrians and VW. There should be more news about this car at the Shanghai Motor Show.