* Cleaner burning engines, transmissions play key role * Hybrid, electric cars seen as small part of market By John Crawley and Deepa Seetharaman WASHINGTON/DETROIT, July 31 (Reuters) - Automakers have agreed to produce by the quarter-century mark the most fuel- efficient cars and trucks ever that will leverage new designs and technology, but still rely heavily on gasoline engines. A blueprint announced on Friday by President Barack Obama would boost fuel economy requirements 53 ...
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