27 Jun '11, 8pm

Obama Administration Wants 56 MPG Standard by 2025

The Obama administration will formally propose new fuel efficiency standards in September, but recent meetings with domestic automakers reveal that the administration is gunning for a 56.2 mpg standard for cars and light trucks by 2025.

Full article: http://www.ecogeek.org/efficiency/3542-obama-administrati...

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