Seemingly unworried about wobbly global markets, automotive suppliers are wheeling and dealing to acquire each other or dump underperforming assets.
Automakers hoping for some relief from the EPA's targeted fleet average of 54.5 mpg by 2025 may not get it.
General Motors plans to step up use of diesel engines and lightweight continuously variable transmissions to help it meet tightening fuel-economy standards.
General Motors plans to step up use of diesel engines and lightweight continuously variable transmissions to help it meet tightening fuel-economy
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