We've written before about just how worried automakers are at proposals by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to increase the ethanol content of pump gasoline from 10 to 12 or even 15 percent. They fear it will damage older cars whose engines and fuel systems were never designed to handle that amount of the corrosive alcohol, and then owners will blame the automakers--not the lawmakers who have mandated a huge increase in U.S. ethanol fuel consumption. Now a study done by respected auto-technology consultants Ricardo says that, in fact, very little harm will be done to the oldest of...
Peugeot To Display ER-EV 307CC Fuel Cell Vehicle At Hydrogen Technology Conference This Week
French automaker Peugeot will make its way to a hydrogen technology conference in France this week to display its latest fuel cell powered vehicle. The vehicle, called the ER-EV 307CC combines several types of emerging technology into a single package, but the company is ahead of its time as it...Eric Loveday