Developers say the compound offers the promise of a new generation of biofuel production that does not need additives and is a stand-alone fuel that can be used to directly fuel gasoline-powered vehicles....More
Under the new National Automotive Policy, Malaysia ends protection of domestic automakers, allows foreign companies to build energy-efficient cars with engines of 1.8L or less and seeks to become a manufacturing hub for green vehicles....More
While the fuel is becoming popular as an alternative to gasoline for fleet vehicles, the number of CNG-powered cars on the road remains minuscule, and that’s unlikely to change unless the number of CNG fueling stations increases....More
The new policy’s goals include promoting a competitive and sustainable domestic automotive industry; making Malaysia the regional hub in production of energy-efficient vehicles; and supporting increased exports of vehicles and components....More
The automaker’s optimism doesn’t extend to Australia, where Ford is to end vehicle production in 2016 and GM Holden a year later. That will make it “unviable” for Toyota to remain as the country’s sole OEM, Kyoichi Tanada says....More
Toyota says its fuel-cell car carries a tank with 11 lbs. (5 kg) of compressed hydrogen that can keep the wheels spinning for 300 miles (483 km). Recharging at hydrogen stations can be completed within five minutes....More
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