Auto makers are planning to introduce more than 20 car and truck models in North America featuring a new type of engine that gets 30% better fuel economy – and is up to 70% better pulling a heavy load. With those kinds of numbers, shouldn’t consumers be beating down dealership doors? Why isn’t Congress demanding all future vehicles be equipped with this new miracle engine? Instead, the response so far from all but a small group of enthusiasts has been a big collective yawn. This ...
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