The future is looking pretty bright for the auto industry.
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When Americans rejected diesel-powered cars as smokey, wheezy, and loud in the early 80s, Europeans continued to embrace the technology for its excellent fuel efficiency, refinement, and torque—pulling force of an engine.
With all the recent economic forecasts and jobs reports, you'd think it was doom and gloom out there, (and it may be), but you'll only get a half-hearted nod of sympathy from our German friends.
Could the state of California see seven-dollar-per-gallon diesel prices by 2020?