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  • At GM, do problems run deeper than MPG overstatements?

    Last week, reports began to emerge that GM was planning to compensate 170,000 or so consumers who'd already purchased one of those vehicles to make up for the inaccurate MPG figures. Now comes word that GM's plan is nearly finalized.

  • How China is bringing its fuel quality standards up to global levels

    China already aims to cut its horrific urban air pollution by aggressively promoting electric cars and implementing stricter fuel-economy standards over the next few years. On Monday, the government also announced plans to attack the problem of emissions from a different angle.

  • How 48-volt mild hybrid systems change their cars

    To meet stricter fuel-economy standards, carmakers will have to rely more on all varieties of electrification in the coming years. That means more battery-electric and hydrogen fuel-cell cars, but also more hybrids.

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