Ford to Upgrade Engines in China by 2015 to Improve Fuel Economy
Ford Motor Co. will introduce 20 new engines and transmissions in China by 2015 to improve fuel economy and cut emissions, according to the company.
The upgrade will increase the fuel economy of Ford’s passenger vehicle fleet in China by more than 20 percent by 2015 and reduce tailpipe carbon dioxide emissions by 20 percent, the automaker said in an e-mailed press release.
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