New Standards May Change How Cars Are Made

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Joseph White, senior editor Wall Street Journal
Daniel Sperling, director, University of California, Davis, Institute of Transportation Studies
Dave Westcott, car dealer

New fuel efficiency regulations will double the fuel economy of cars by 2025. The new regulations were generally well-received by car manufacturers. Still, they acknowledge that it could be difficult and costly to achieve the new standards and they may change the way cars are manufactured.

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