BOXBERG, Germany â€“ Accelerating the federal fleet average fuel economy of 35.5 mpg (6.6 L/100 km) by four years to 2016 may prove daunting for depleted engineering departments at some auto makers, but supplier Robert Bosch GmbH says the target easily is within grasp. The enabling technology isnâ€™t far in the future but instead already exists today in production vehicles or those soon to launch, Bosch executives say at a press briefing at the supplierâ€™s proving grounds here in central ...
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