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Fuel cells must play catch-up to battery-electrics and both need to address fuel availability concerns before they will complete with gasoline.
Automakers should stick to what they do well in this autonomous age, but design their cars to be remanufactured several times over.
It may be time for government subsidies to end for producers of electric vehicles.
Tesla's sales may have more to do with style than innovation.
Dealerships would do well to consider how to help their customers, not just sell to them.
Hyundai needs to refocus on the things it did well during its success of 1999-2011, according to one Automotive News reader.
General Motors is on the right track with its global strategy for research and development, writes one Automotive News reader.
A reader questions whether Ford CEO Jim Hackett is taking the company into uncharted waters.
A reader points out that ethanol is more costly for drivers than 100 percent gasoline because of impact on mpg.
States should be allowed to set their own rules on emissions standards, writes one reader.
The news that microchips were implanted in server motherboards manufactured in China has one reader questioning electronic modifications of anything made in China.
America's days of leading the global automotive industry are long past, says one reader, and the U.S. is now hiding behind import tariffs.
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