VW Passat BlueMotion Sets New World Record With 1,527 Miles On One Tank
A Volkswagen Passat BlueMotion has set a new Guinness World Record for the longest distance travelled by a standard production passenger car on a single tank of fuel.
smart cdi Wins the 2009 MPG Marathon with a Staggering 96.81 MPG
The smart cdi - the World's CO2 champion - has proved itself to be miles ahead of its rivals by winning this year's MPG Marathon with a staggering 96,81mpg.
Dresser Wayne Technology Helps Zarco 66 Earth Friendly Fuels Go Green
Dresser Wayne, a global marketer of retail fuel dispensers and technologies, and Zarco 66 Earth Friendly Fuels celebrated a new landmark in alternative fueling with the grand opening of a sustainable site in Lawrence, Kansas.
Canada's Largest Renewable Diesel Demonstration Launches
Canada's largest cold-weather, on-road
demonstration of renewable diesel officially launched today.
Clean-Diesel-Blitz in Full Swing - Sales Anticipated to Reach 1 Million Units
"German manufacturers have once again prevailed on the difficult US market with excellent results.
Isuzu May Expand Diesel Engine Supply to Toyota
Isuzu Motors Ltd President Susumu Hosoi on Wednesday indicated that the a new diesel engine being codeveloped with Toyota Motor Corp may be used not only in cars for the European market but also in models intended for other regions.
Diesel- and Hybrid-Powered Vehicles Can Provide More Societal Benefits than Gas-Powered Autos
Cars and light trucks powered by advanced diesel technology or hybrid technology can provide larger societal benefits than traditional gasoline-powered automobiles, according to a RAND Corporation working paper presented today.
FedEx to Launch Commercial Hybrid-Electric Vans in Europe
FedEx Express (FedEx), a subsidiary of FedEx Corp and the worlds largest express transportation company, today announced plans to introduce 10 hybrid-electric/diesel vehicles to its European fleet, bringing the worldwide total of hybrid vehicles in revenue service at FedEx to more than 100 in North America, Asia and, now, Europe.
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