Ford To Triple EcoBoost Vehicle Production Capacity In 2012Now that record sales of 127,883 EcoBoost-equipped vehicles in 2011 are on the books, Ford aims to more than triple production capacity of cars, utilities and trucks using this fuel-efficient technology.
Energy Secretary: 'No Promises' On Chrysler Loan RequestU.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu, speaking at the Auto Show in Detroit, sounded very tentative about a loan program aimed at helping auto companies become more fuel efficient.
Poll: Majority Of Consumers Support Stronger Fuel Economy StandardsAn overwhelming majority of consumers believe that fuel-efficiency standards for cars and trucks should be improved, according to a new poll by the Consumer Reports National Research Center.
Obama's Michigan Visit To Highlight TechnologyPresident Barack Obama's visit to an advanced battery facility in western Michigan is expected to highlight how technology could help automakers reach new fuel efficiency standards.
Fuel Efficiency Standards Set For Big RigsNew federal fuel efficiency rules were revealed on Tuesday that will require heavy-duty trucks to cut greenhouse gas emissions and improve fuel economy.
Getting Rid Of Spare Tire Helps Boost Chevy Cruze MPG Changing a flat tire on the side of a busy freeway can be a dirty and dangerous job. The 2011 Chevrolet Cruze offers a safer option: an on-board tire inflator kit that also helps improve fuel efficiency by shedding 26 pounds of spare tire and jacking hardware.
'Take Charge' of Winning on Ford's Electrified Vehicle Facebook PageWhether you're unplugging electronics when not in use, using canvas bags instead of plastic or collecting rain water, Ford wants to know what changes consumers are making to better the environment. It's all part of Ford's new "Take Charge" contest on its Electrified Vehicle Facebook page, which runs through mid-April.
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New Vehicles May Reach 62 mpg By 2025
Gov’t Weighs Gas Mileage Rules For 2017 And Beyond