54.5 mpg deserves a fair reviewOct. 9
Freeze fuel standards due to low gas prices? Makes no senseSept. 11
EPA chief says Congress should weigh whether carbon dioxide is a pollutantMarch 9
In an interview with CNBC, EPA chief Scott Pruitt also said the Trump administration will make an announcement on fuel efficiency standards for light vehicles "very soon," stressing that he and President Donald Trump believe current standards were rushed through.
To reduce vehicle weight, GM improves its computing skillsAug. 2, 2016
The coming clash over MPG rulesJuly 25, 2016
Agencies hailed the 1,217-page draft Technical Assessment Report's findings as evidence that the industry is ahead of schedule in complying with the Obama administration's ambitious National Program of harmonized greenhouse gas and fuel economy regulations. But the report also noted that if the 2025 model year standards remain unchanged, the industry won't reach the 54.5-mpg fleet target.
Mazda sticks with gasoline, admits 2025 challengeJuly 18, 2016
GM can't expect benefit of the doubtMay 21, 2016
GM said it made a simple mistake. But a half-dozen fuel economy restatements by automakers in recent years, along with Volkswagen AG's diesel-emissions scandal and GM's own ignition-switch recall, have combined to create a climate that will prove unkind to any automaker that wants the benefit of the doubt from the buying public.