Instead of flying the company corporate jet to Washington D.C., GM CEO will head to the congressional hearings in a company car – the Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid. Rick Wagoner will drive the 520-mile trip in a company-owned Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid sedan – whether Wagoner will be driving himself or have a chauffer drive him is unconfirmed but we’re guessing it’s the latter. For those of you wondering why Wagoner didn’t take the Volt, we’re guessing it was because the 520-mile trip for a long man like Wagoner would’ve been pretty uncomfortable in a Volt.
As we heard earlier this morning, FoMoCo CEO will be driving a Ford Escape Hybrid to D.C. That leaves none other than Chrysler’s CEO Robert Nardelli. A spokesman says that Nardelli will not be traveling by corporate jet and that his travel plans will remain secret due to security reasons.
Any guesses as to what Nardelli will be driving? Drop your thoughts in the comments section below – but with Chrysler producing only two hybrid vehicles including the Dodge Durango and Chrysler Aspen Hybrid – Nardelli doesn’t have that many options. What about the Dodge EV?