AUTHOSHOW-Michelin aims to make tyres more fuel efficient


By Marcel Michelson GENEVA, Feb 28 (Reuters) - The world's biggest tyre group, Michelin of France, aims to design tyres that will make cars more fuel efficient by cutting down on road friction, its head of technology said on Tuesday. "We commit ourselves that by 2030, all the Michelin tyres on the road together will not use a single litre of petrol more than at the moment," Didier Miraton said during the international motor show here. "We have demonstrated that the more our tyres can ...

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