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Ford Downgrades Fuel Economy Of Six VehiclesFuel economy rankings cut 1-7 mpg for hybrid Fusion, MKZ and C-Max, as well as most trims of 2014 Fiesta.
VW To Show Off Passat Concept With 42 MPG HighwayOn Monday at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the German automaker plans to unveil the Passat BlueMotion concept.
GR Firm's Hybrid Wheel Boosts Fuel EconomyLacks Wheel Trim Systems LLC, a business unit of Grand Rapids-based Lacks Enterprises Inc., announced that its eVOLVE hybrid wheel demonstrated significant fuel economy improvements during recent tests on cars, light-duty trucks and SUVs.
Customers Want New Technology In Their Cars, But Will They Pay For It?"Saving money on gas" tops consumers wish list.
GM-Ford Joint Project to Improve Fuel Economy, Save MoneyCompanies will jointly develop nine and ten speed transmissions
Let The Fuel Economy Wars BeginGM says its V-8 pickups will get better fuel economy than Ford's V-6 pickups
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Hybrid Wheel Technology Enables 1.1 MPG Highway Gain in Fuel Efficiency Lacks Wheel Trim Systems LLC, a business unit of Lacks Enterprises, Inc., Thursday introduced its all-new patented eVolve hybrid composite wheel technology. Based on Lacks’ successful Chromtec wheel technology, eVolve wheels are an attractive, highly engineered hybrid-composite wheel that enable a fuel economy improvement of 1.1 miles per gallon highway by balancing weight reduction and optimizing aerodynamics.
U-M: New Vehicle Emissions Show Record ImprovementEmissions from new vehicles are down a record 20 percent in the last five years, according to researchers at the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute.
Vehicle Fuel Economy Up For First Time Since March Fuel economy of all new vehicles sold in the United States is up for the first time in five months, say researchers at the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute.
Chrysler CEO: Reaching 54.5 MPG is "No Walk in The Park"As the Obama administration today releases final rules for reaching a 54.5 mile per gallon fuel economy by 2025, auto companies say they’ve already begun working to meet the challenge.