No “June Gloom” for General Motors, as increased demand for fuel-efficient vehicles has spurred more consumers to put their trust—and their cash—in GM’s outstretched hand.
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Fuel economy fever has stricken the auto industry harder than 15th-century colonizing imperialists bearing smallpox.
California is looking to an old friend (or foe, depending how you look at it) to help it dramatically cut greenhouse gases.
If these cars were in gym class, they’d be picked last for kickball.