SOURCE: Hybrid Technologies, Inc.

January 17, 2007 07:30 ET

Hybrid Technologies, Inc. (NASD OTCBB: HYBT) to Present Latest Military (Clandestine) Lithium Assualt Vehicle to United States Military

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WASHINGTON, DC and NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 17, 2007 -- Hybrid Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: HYBT), emerging leaders in the development and marketing of lithium powered products worldwide, is pleased to announce that, due to significant technical advancements in lithium propelled vehicles, Hybrid Technologies has been requested to present its latest prototype to top military officers, end user and advanced technical consultants.

Hybrid Technologies has adapted its PT-123 system, used successfully in NASA vehicles, as well as New York City's All Lithium Yellow Cab. The system, as well as the management and intelligent battery system, has been designed to be platform agnostic, thus creating a wide spectrum of potential products.

Announced in 2006, Hybrid Technologies opened and funded a Military Unit aimed at producing all lithium vehicles for advanced applications within the U.S. Armed Forces. The latest innovation relates to a small craft which is currently under review for introduction into several divisions within the U.S. Military. All Military products will be produced under direction of the North Carolina design and development plant. Due to the nature of the product, Hybrid will release photos at a later date to the general public.

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