Study tip: A new Deloitte study has calculated that in ten years, some 13 percent of newly registered trucks in Germany will sport alternative drivetrains. The number in 2016 made up a mere 1 percent. One reason is that an alternative drivetrain can be more economical than fuel in the long run.
deloitte.com (info, in German), deloitte.com (study, in German)
Reading tip: Carmakers worldwide – with the exception of Tesla and some French manufacturers – are knocking on the door of President-elect Donald Trump, already lobbying for more lenient EPA emission and fuel economy rules. Even Nissan is part of the pack.
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