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Chrysler seeks more diesels
July 7, 2014 // Automotive News

CHELSEA, Mich. -- Fiat Group executives are looking at ways to produce more light-duty diesel engines for Chrysler Group vehicles. So far, Chrysler's diesel experiment, which it launched last year, is working. Brand executives said demand is brisk for . . .  read more

Demand for diesel fuel is expected to grow
July 4, 2014 // The Oklahoman

Gasoline demand has eased over the past several years, spurred both by the recession and increased fuel efficiency. Most forecasts show gasoline demand continuing to steadily track downward over the next couple of decades as new fuel efficiency standards . . .  read more

33% of US trucks near zero emissions
July 4, 2014 // Energy Global

According to new data released by HIS Automotive for the Diesel Technology Forum (DTF), more than a third of all medium and heavy duty commercial trucks registered in the US are now equipped with newer technology clean diesel engines. This is equivalent t. . .  read more

Audi Won Le Mans with 22 Percent Less Diesel Fuel
June 27, 2014 // Hybrid Cars

Audi reached its goal of reducing fuel consumption while competing in the Le Mans 24 Hours. The company’s R18 e-tron quattro clinched its 2014 Le Mans victory while consuming 22 percent less fuel than its predecessor in 2013. With 13 victories in 16. . .  read more

Chrysler chief: June sales expected to rise, overall industry sales may be flat
June 26, 2014 // The Detroit News

Chrysler is working to increase production of the diesel engine in Europe that powers the 2014 Ram EcoDiesel pickup. Bigland said demand for the diesel model — which many customers say is topping the 28 miles per gallon fuel economy label — has exceeded e. . .  read more

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