The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers dismisses a new study that claims Detroit auto makers stand to gain market share and increase profits if Washington approves fuel-economy ratings based on vehicle attributes. One proposal under consideration, which has drawn some backing from Detroit, calls for a rating system that varies according to a vehicle’s “footprint” – wheelbase multiplied by track width. “The new system doesn't penalize the Big Three for making large cars and trucks, but ...
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