Automakers Spar with Regulators During Annual Industry Conference

By Jon LeSage Yesterday evaluation of Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards for 2022-2025 saw debate normally kept behind closed doors spill into the public domain.
It happened during the Management Briefing Seminars, an annual conference in Traverse City, Mich. and two groups that represent automakers clashed with regulatory agencies, advocates and other stakeholders. At issue is whether the so-called “54.5 mpg” passenger and light duty vehicle fleet standard by 2025 for fuel economy and emissions should be altered during the midterm evaluation period.
In fact, the rules are not a “mandate,” as others have reported, and the rules for set in motion in 2012

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