German and Japanese automakers and companies like Tesla will reap the rewards.
Will the easing of fuel mileage standards be a good thing for the auto industry? At least one experts thinks not.
Automakers' compliance with CAFE may cost 150,000 jobs.
They don't want to be held to tougher environmental standards through 2025.
Happy holidays from NHTSA to automakers.
The EPA will go forward with its strict 2025 fuel economy targets now while Obama is still in office
The agency could wait until 2018, but it won't.
What will President Trump do? We don't know, but we have some ideas.
Just keep your ears open.
Don't tell the EPA it can't be done.
A jump from $5.50 to $14 for each missed 1/10th of an MPG really adds up.
VW boycotted Obama's 2011 announcement of CAFE greenhouse-gas emissions standards.
Contrary to perception, the EPA hasn't ruled on mandating a 54.5-mpg fleet average for 2025. The EPA won't make a decision on it until 2018.
Tesla thinks that automakers should have no problem meeting the EPA's 54.5-mile-per-gallon CAFE standard for 2025. In fact the EV company, wants the regulation to be even tougher, if possible.
Automakers may need to invest another $1,500 or so in midsize sedans in order to meet 2025 fuel-economy standards.