SUPERIOR TWP., MI – Hyundai Motor America CEO John Krafcik says the auto maker will and won’t be meeting its bold prediction of a 50-mpg (4.7 L/100-km) fleet fuel economy by 2025 Huh? The distinction lies in the difference between corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) and Environmental Protection Agency fuel-economy methodologies. While Hyundai still plans to achieve a 50-mpg CAFE by 2025, that figure, as are all CAFE numbers, is based on laboratory testing, not real-world results, he ...

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