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Trump has called global warming a hoax intended to weaken American industries.

So, how does that compare with its most obvious rivals?

The money will go to clean up existing gas engines and invest in future electric ones.

In the long run, US automakers could get left behind

German and Japanese automakers and companies like Tesla will reap the rewards.

Why lowering the fuel-economy standards might not be in car companies' best interest.

Will the easing of fuel mileage standards be a good thing for the auto industry? At least one experts thinks not.

He promises nation 'will once again shine with industrial might.'

Following today's events in the Detroit area.

Vehicle costs may be $1,800 higher by 2025.

Automakers' compliance with CAFE may cost 150,000 jobs.

Elio Motors' three-wheeler gets pushed back to 2018.

Elio Motors' financials are grim.

The regulator says the technology is there and costs are falling.

Despite protests from some automakers, the US Environmental Protection Agency maintains its target for reduced greenhouse-gas emissions for 2025.

Auto market shows no progress towards CAFE goal.

Fuel-efficiency average doesn't budge from 2015 or 2104 level, as more trucks sales offset higher plug-in vehicle demand.

So you’re planning a trip somewhere far away – but not too far away.

The Variable Valve Timing (VVT) Solenoid has been engineered to adjust the valve timing automatically in the engine depending on how the engine is running and the load the engine is under.

The reasons why are fascinating.

Advanced engine tech and lighter pickups help mitigate the impact of putting more trucks and SUVs on the road.

Four years later, the Hyundai fuel economy fiasco is pretty much over.

18 city, 27 highway, 21 combined mpg.

Fuel economy figures for the Challenger GT are out.

Four engine choices will power up the new SUV.

Toyota says it expect 85 percent of all new Highlander buyers will get the fuel-saving tech.

Higher SUV sales from lower fuel prices will eventually hinder industry.

Industry is investing $200 billion to boost fleetwide fuel efficiency, and will cut jobs if that investment isn't returned.

The popularity of alternative fuel vehicles has grown rapidly in recent years.

'Give us your docs.'

Will the Japanese Transport Ministry come to the same conclusions as Mitsubishi's internal investigation?

Japan's Transport Ministry claims automaker overstated fuel economy for eight models.

But the company's leadership denies any knowledge of the comments.

A new hire warned 20 company execs, including senior officials from the company's performance testing department, about the mileage issue in 2005.

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