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Tighter E.U. CO2 Rules Will Cost Industry €12 billion

Germany Wins “Supercredits” Increase, Delay. VW Faces Biggest Challenge. Environmentalists heaped derision on the E.U. agreement to tighten cars’ carbon dioxide emissions, but investors pointed out that despite the delay in reaching the 95 g/km target and the implementation of “supercredits”, the industry will have to spend a total of €12 billion to comply. The […]

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GM Europe Dumps Chevy, Looks Serious About Fixing Europe

Chevrolet Cannibalized Opel-Vauxhall Sales And Had To Go. General Motors’ decision to close down Chevrolet in Europe shows it is really serious about turning around financially troubled Opel-Vauxhall, according to investors. It has been a big week for GM after appointing Mary Barra CEO, announcing it will stop production in Australia, deciding to sell its […]

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Hydrogen Fuel Cell

Fuel Cells Might Still Trump Battery Cars

Toyota FCV Joins Fuel Cell Offering, Which Is Increasing Too. Toyota of Japan reminds us that batteries don’t necessarily hold the inside track as an alternative, revolutionary way to replace the internal combustion engine out there and it’s called the fuel cell. Unveiled ahead of the Tokyo car show on November 20, Toyota said its […]

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