In the U.S., we don't often cite carbon dioxide emissions as a real concern; we're interested in fuel economy.
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Having signed a memorandum of agreement last year, BMW is now finalizing its deal with Toyota to license the Japanese giant's hydrogen fuel-cell technology for a future car.
According to a recent report in Wards Auto, midsize cars and crossover utility vehicles will lead sales—Wards projects 60 percent—of all new and redesigned vehicles in 2013.
Toyota and BMW have made it official that they'll be banding together in the name of more efficient cars.