The recent and more stringent alterations to the Corporate Average Fuel Economy are forcing every automaker to squeeze out better mpg figures wherever they can.
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While we're not quite back at the pre-recession high of 17 million vehicles sold in the U.S.
There's an automaker out there promising a hybrid with nearly a 300-mpg performance, and it's not Volkswagen.
You thought raising Corporate Average Fuel Economy numbers to 54.5 mpg would be the end of the cleaning up cars, at least until 2025.