Some 70% of European drivers to have stop/start tech onboard their vehicles by 2015, JCI says.
NOVI, MI – Widespread acceptance of energy-efficient electric vehicles is a concept most automotive industry insiders agree is far off, but U.S. auto makers racing to meet escalating corporate average fuel economy standards still must find a placeholder in the interim. Ray Shemanski, Johnson Controls vice president and general manager-global OE, predicts stop/start devices – already seeing healthy penetration in Europe – will be the most influential technology near-term ...
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