Last year, we posted how the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration met with the automakers in 2003 to figure out ways to reduce fatalities in car-on-truck or SUV collisions.
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General Motors has issued its sustainability report saying that it wants to double the number of 40-mpg cars it sells by 2017.
Following General Motors’ 2008 bankruptcy, it’s been a guessing game trying to figure out how much of “New GM” is actually new versus an idiosyncratic carryover from the bad ol’ days.