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Should Safer Cars Get Credit For More MPG? Automaker Trade Group Says Yes

Should Safer Cars Get Credit For More MPG? Automaker Trade Group Says Yes

As corporate average fuel economy standards continue to tighten each year, car companies have so far kept pace with the rising gas-mileage rules. But automakers are seeking credit for every possible advancement in new vehicles as they look toward an average goal of 54.5 mpg in 2025 (roughly... read more

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2010 Toyota Prius

Is Woz's Prius Acceleration Just Toyota's Wacky Adaptive Cruise?

UPDATE, February 8, 2009: Speaking in a sort-of-webchat on Digg, Toyota president Jim Lentz said of the Woz complaint, "We are working with him on the operation of the cruise... read more February 3, 2010 by  16


 
2011 Infiniti M 37

New Way To Save Gas: An Accelerator Pedal That Talks Back

Next year's all-new 2011 Infiniti M series of luxury sports sedans will spawn a hybrid version, the 2012 M35 Hybrid, a year later. But even standard gasoline-engined models... read more January 5, 2010 by  0


 
Alan Taub, General Motors head of Research and Development

Five Questions: GM's New R-and-D Leader, Alan Taub

Alan Taub, 54, is currently Executive Director in charge of Research & Development at General Motors. He joined GM R+D as executive director in 2001, and on October 1, he... read more August 5, 2009 by  7


 

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