Tag: EPA

Faraday Future FF 91 Inches Closer To Production, Secures EPA Range Of 381 Miles

The oft-delayed FF 91 Futurist is inching closer to production as Faraday Future has revealed the crossover has an EPA range of 381 miles (613 km). The company noted this is a “significant increase” over previous estimates, which originally pegged the range at a relatively vague 300+ miles (483 km). It’s also worth noting the […]

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2023 Chevy Corvette Z06 Fuel Consumption Figures Revealed, Base Model Gets 14 MPG Combined

The 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray will return combined fuel consumption figures of 14 mpg in standard guise and 15 mpg for the Z07 Performance Pack-equipped models. While the EPA has yet to officially announce consumption figures for the mid-engined sports car, Corvette chief engineer Josh Holder recently told Corvette Blogger that the automaker has submitted […]

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VW, Honda, Ford, And Others Back Move To Restore California’s Emissions Autonomy

Five major car manufacturers have backed efforts from the Biden administration to reinstate California’s ability to set its own emissions and fuel economy regulations. According to Reuters, Ford, Volkswagen, Honda, BMW, and Volvo are all supporting a court filing backed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to restore California’s authority that was controversially withdrawn under […]

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Jeep’s Hurricane Turbo Six Beats V8 In Both Economy And Power

At an age where the whole industry is pushing for electrification, Stellantis made headlines with the introduction of its 3.0-liter Hurricane turbocharged straight-six. The engine will be featured in the entire Jeep Wagoneer lineup in 2023, but before that happens, a limited number of 2022 Grand Wagoneers will be available with the high output version, […]

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