Episode 642 - Saab's in Trouble, Race Car Drivers Swap Rides, Diesel Sales Will Grow in U.S.

published 9 years ago by John McElroy

Chinese automaker Hawtai says its deal with Saab fell through due to "economic realities," not because it couldn't get the proper permits from the Chinese government. NASCAR's Tony Stewart and F1's Lewis Hamilton are going to trade cars in a demonstration run at Watkins Glen. The head of Bosch's North and South American operations predicts diesel powered cars and trucks will make up 10% of all new car sales in the U.S. by 2015. All that and more plus, we find out why it’s taking so long for the EPA to get the hydraulic hybrid it developed to the marketplace.

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