Tough new U.S. automotive requirements will not benefit electric vehicles as much as you might think

The Obama administration recently set aggressive new fuel efficiency requirements for the nation's passenger vehicles. Under the new regulations, automakers' fleets must average 35.5 mpg by 2016 (although smaller manufacturers like Porsche, Aston Martin, and Lamborghini will have until 2017). Exact ...

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