One of two fuel-economy label designs proposed by the U.S. federal government assigns a letter grade based on comparisons across the nation’s light-vehicle fleet with no consideration for segmentation. The grade range unveiled today by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Transportation starts at A+ and descends to D. The top mark is reserved for electric vehicles while the bottom ranking likely will be the providence of gasoline-powered high-performance vehicles. ...
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