Today’s technologies can drive a dramatic increase in fuel mileage, EPA contractor says

by Alisa Priddle
Detroit Free Press
November 16, 2012

Meeting stringent fuel economy standards by 2025 is possible with a combination of technologies that exist today if they continue to evolve and proliferate, engineering experts at Ricardo say…

“No single technology will achieve 54.5 m.p.g.,” said Mark Kuhn, manager of Ricardo Strategic Consulting. “We won’t see a lot of new technology in the next 10-15 years. Instead it will be a rollout of existing technology.”

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