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Tesla 500k goal, new-car fuel economy, FCA turbo 4-cylinder: Today's Car News

Today, Tesla aims to produce 500,000 cars per year by 2018, rather than 2020 was originally stated. Also, new-car average fuel economy fell in April, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is reportedly working on a downsized turbocharged 4-cylinder engine for fuel efficiency. All this and more on Green Car Reports. A consortium plans to test a 48-volt...

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Fiat Chrysler to offer 4-cylinder turbo four to boost fuel economy

You'd expect an engine named Hurricane to be fairly powerful. And Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has dropped hints that it would launch a new 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine since as far back as 2013. Now it appears that engine is getting closer to production—and could boast nearly 300 horsepower. DON'T MISS: Jeep Wrangler Diesel To Come Well...

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Ford CEO Mark Fields confirms 200-mile electric car coming (updated)

What a difference a week makes. In late April, Ford's director of electrification programs and engineering, Kevin Layden, said the 100-mile range of the 2017 Ford Focus Electric would suffice for most drivers. But then on Ford's second-quarter earnings call, CEO Mark Fields announced that the company plans to offer a battery-electric car with 200...

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Tesla says it will build 500K cars a year by end of 2018; can it?

When Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk said two years ago that the electric-car maker planned to be building half a million cars a year by the end of 2020, it seemed an ambitious stretch goal. When he said on last week's quarterly earnings call that the company was pulling that goal two years ahead to 2018, you can almost hear the gasps. That means that...

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Average new-car fuel economy keeps falling as SUVs surge

The average fuel economy of new cars sold in April fell again as SUV sales remained strong. Two separate analyses show a drop in fuel economy last month, continuing a trend witnessed throughout 2015. The sales-weighted average window sticker fuel economy of new cars sold in the U.S. in April 2016 was 25.2 mpg, according to researchers Michael...

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Electric rear axle project uses 48-volt system to electrify small cars

As an alternative to costlier full-hybrid systems, many suppliers are looking to mild-hybrid powertrains to boost the efficiency of internal-combustion cars. A small 48-volt battery can provide supplementary electrical power, taking some of the load off the gasoline or diesel engine. One company even hopes to market a system that turns front-wheel...

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