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Drive Culture In pictures: The greenest rides, just in time for St. Patrick's Day

In honour of St. Patrick's Day this weekend, we've put together a picture gallery of some of our favourite green cars and concepts. What's your favourite? Is there any we left out? Tell us in the comments section.

Infiniti's Emerg-E hybrid sports car concept

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The Lexus LF-LC.

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Mitsubishi i-MiEV

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Smart fortwo electric drive

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Hyped for years, the Fisker Karma is a four-seat sedan that runs for about 70 km on pure battery power before the gasoline-powered engine turns on to charge the battery.

Fisker

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Volkswagen E-Bugster concept

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The Honda EV-STER concept car.

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Nissan Leaf

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2012 Lexus RX450h

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2012 Toyota Prius

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The 2012 Chevrolet Volt won an award for best new technology at the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto in February.

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Toyota NS4 plug-in hybrid concept

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