The future of fuel economy: Power and efficiency

The future of fuel economy: Power and efficiency

Plenty of potential exists when it comes to engines

Most truck engine makers are being decidedly cagey about the next technological steps they’ll be taking to meet Phase 2 of the greenhouse gas (GHG) fuel economy regulations recently outlined by the federal government.

A good example can be found in the statement offered by Paccar Corp., the parent company of U.S. truck makers Peterbilt Motors and Kenworth Truck, to Fleet Owner when asked about how it plans to bring its MX line of engines into compliance: “Paccar successf

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