They have given up on the diesel hybrid and manufacture will cease in 2017. It doesn't improve on NOx emissions. It is too expensive and has failed to capture a market niche that is worthwhile.
They will be continuing with the Hybrid4 configuration, including rechargable versions. Petrol engines are now back in favour for these developments.
The compressed air hybrid technology which was announced at the time when they negotiating to save the company is only going ahead if they can find a partner, according to Tavares.

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