U.S. 54.5 MPG Fuel-Economy Standard May Cost $157 BillionAngela Greiling Keane
A proposed U.S. rule requiring automakers to double average fuel economy of vehicles to 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025 may cost $157 billion, two agencies said in a draft.
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