TROY, MI – Perceiving themselves to be the whipping boy for the nation’s energy funk, auto makers lash out at fuel-conservation policies and demand greater accountability from other environmental stakeholders. Fisker Automotive Inc. board member Vic Doolan elicits nods of support from attendees of a Society of Automobile Analysts gathering here with his tit-for-tat proposal aimed at the oil industry. If auto makers must engineer their fleets to meet a 35-mpg (6.7 L/100 km) performance ...
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