General Motors plans to add high-MPG models, cut emissions
July 12, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- General Motors is pledging to double the number of models that get at least 40 highway miles per gallon by 2017.
The automaker is also promising to cut emissions of its vehicles in the United States by 15 percent by 2016. This news follows up on a declaration the automaker signed asserting that going green is good for business.
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