Electric and hybrid vehicles made a lot of news at this month's International CES in Las Vegas and the big auto show in Detroit. There's reason for optimism: While it took eight years for the category to reach a 2% market share in the U.S., since October of 2011 that figure has almost doubled.
At CES, Motley Fool analyst Rex Moore was able to chat with Ford's (NYSE:F) Mike Tinskey about all things electric. Interestingly, Tinskey says the competition is far from a cutthroat -- instead, most manufacturers are working somewhat cooperatively, hoping to see the category grow exponentially in the years to come. See part one of the interview in the video below.
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