Over past four years, new vehicles became 14% more fuel-efficient in U.S.A.

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Another step ahead.

After what seemed like an eternity of mostly stagnation, average fuel economy for new vehicles has been going up in the United States. Researchers at the University of Michigan have conducted a study showing that for current model year vehicles, fuel economy is 14% higher than just four years ago, which might not sound like much, but it’s much better than what we’ve got in the recent past.

The study concludes that average fuel economy…

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Shock Wave Engine Could Make Hybrid Cars More Fuel Efficient

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Piston engines are big, heavy, dirty, complicated, and expensive pieces of machinery that have been around for a century. It’s about time for something better, and one option could be wave disk engines, which are small, light, clean, simple, and cheap pieces of machinery that aren’t around yet. But they’re close.

 

 

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