CHICAGO – Ford Motor Co. Chief Operating Officer Nick Scheele says diesel power for U.S. light vehicles is an ideal way to reduce fuel consumption and cut certain kinds of pollutants, but pending emissions standards make difficult a serious commitment for the U.S. market. Speaking with Ward’s prior to a speech to the Midwest Automotive Media Assn., Scheele acknowledges diesels can help reduce carbon dioxide levels and produce inherently low carbon monoxide levels. He also agrees that ...
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