DETROIT – Ford Motor Co. will “continue to work closely with regulators” on future fuel-economy requirements, CEO Alan Mulally says. Speaking to a local Detroit radio station at a charity event here today, Mulally says Ford worked closely with the Obama Admin., environmentalists and other auto makers in agreeing to an increase in fuel-economy and tailpipe-emissions reductions last year equal to 35.5 mpg (6.6 L/100 km) by 2016. The U.S. Department of Transportation, along with the ...
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