Internal combustion’s not going down without a fight

Though EVs get all the publicity, there is a lot of life left in internal combustion engines (ICEs). The ICE’s low upfront cost, ubiquitous infrastructure, and manufacturing scale advantage make it tough to beat without extremely high fuel prices. Now startups are speaking more openly about their ad...

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