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The Auto Channel
70 Percent of Ford Lineup to Have Auto Start-Stop by 2017; Fuel Economy Plans Accelerate
Auto Start-Stop technology to be available on 70 percent of Ford's North American vehicle lineup by 2017, reflecting progress toward the company's plan for increasing fuel efficiency across its lineup Ford Auto Start-Stop is an affordable technology that provides a seamless way to increase fuel efficiency as much as 10 percent in city driving Ford ... (more)
The Motley Fool
What Is the Future of Electric Vehicles?
For as much attention as EVs have gotten, they're still in a very nascent state of their development, accounting for a tiny fraction of auto sales.
Plug-In Electric Car Sales For November:
As the year winds toward a close, U.S. car sales are at their highest levels in years.
2014 BMW i3: First Drive
Electric vehicles have been around for several years now, which means that we're starting to see more automakers jump into the segment, like BMW.
The Motley Fool
Will You Buy Hyundai's Hydrogen SUV?
The 2015 Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell will be available at U.S. dealers starting next spring.
EV/HEVs Growth Bodes Well For Lear Corporation
Lear Corporation manufactures and distributes automotive interior systems. It operates as the global leader in the seating segment and is one of the only four worldwide suppliers in the electrical power management system with total systems capability in both the traditional and high-power electrical distribution systems segment.
Splunk, Ford project highlights big data, automobile mashup
Splunk and Ford have teamed up on a big data project that analyzes vehicle data, driving patterns and overall auto performance.