From the WBOY.COM website:
A group of 75 students from an engineering class at University High School were able to learn about hybrid vehicles Friday.
The car is called an HEVT, which stands for hybrid-electric vehicle training educator. It’s taken all around the country to train first responders and automotive technicians. It’s also used for outreach events.
The National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium worked with the West Virginia University EcoCAR 3 Team to educate students at University High School. They were able to learn about the inner workings of a hybrid-electric vehicle.