“We’re going to shift from limited production to mass production, reduce the amount of expensive materials like platinum used in FCV components, and make the system more compact and powerful,” Yoshikazu Tanaka, chief engineer of the Mirai, said in an interview with Reuters. … [Read more...] about The Trade War Is Now Real
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The Justice Department also argued any state challenge to federal authority should have been filed at the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, and not at Jackson’s trial-level court. If the judge does not throw out the case, she should transfer it to the higher court, the department said. … [Read more...] about Automakers Are Cutting Jobs To Invest In Electric Cars: Report
5th: Another State Opts for Zero Emissions After California decided to resist the Trump administration’s rollback of Obama-era fuel economy and emissions laws by pushing even harder to require zero-emissions vehicles, it was only a matter of time before other states started following suit. Now, Colorado has joined the party, becoming the eleventh state to adopt ZEV measures, Reuters reports. … [Read more...] about GM Prepares to Get Dunked On at the Democratic Debates in Detroit
What’s Weak So, here’s the thing–the Durango SRT doesn’t have the power of the more-expensive Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, and it doesn’t have the luxury of a Range Rover or a BMW X5. Oh, and speaking of the X5, BMW claims the new M50i trim can do 0-60 in 4.1 seconds and starts at $82,150, which is just a few grand more than what our Durango tester was optioned to. The X5 falls short in regards to towing capacity, but for my purposes, I’d gladly give that up for some additional luxury and comfort. … [Read more...] about The 475-HP Dodge Durango SRT Is A Muscle Truck That’s Ready To Haul
And then there's the paperwork from the foreign country. The general overview is this: from Europe, you can export a car by simply filling out some paperwork over there (export documents that state what you're shipping) and mailing the title separately to the car's future owner in the U.S. In Japan, you need to go to the Ministry of Transportation and actually de-register the car, which is where that Japanese speaker comes in handy. Then the Japanese government gives you an export certificate (which is mailed to the car's new owner in America), you bring the car to the port, you fill out your paperwork, and you're good to go. Sort of. … [Read more...] about Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Shipping A Car To The U.S.