AD #1980 – OEMs Beat Greenhouse Gas Standard, Renault Eyes China’s Mirco EV Market, Ford Works on Advanced Lighting

published 2 years ago by John McElroy

- OEMs Beat Last Year’s GHG Standard - Ford Develops Advanced Front Lighting - IEA Says EVs Won’t Cause Oil Glut - Renault Wants Cheap EV for China - Major Restructuring Going on at VW - GM Wants China to Use Short Range Communication

On today's show the auto industry is running ahead of schedule in reducing greenhouse gases Renault's set set sights on a $7000 electric car for China and for does something. Stop with headlights on that and more coming right up. Online dating. This is not a line daily the show for enthusiasts. The automotive industry. Every year for the last 4 years the U. S. EPA tightened up standards for greenhouse gas emissions and every year the auto industry has beat that standard last year auto makers had to meet a standard of 270 grams of greenhouse gases for every mile traveled on average they came in 7 grams below that the EPA says that's an impressive achievement. Especially considering that truck sales are going up while passenger car sales are dropping but not at ...

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