The Obama administration finalized the new CAFE standards for fuel economy, which mandates that automakers average 35.5 mpg across their lineups by 2016, and 54.5 mpg by 2025. Currently, automakers average 29.7 mpg across the board. Clearly, there needs to be significant improvement in efficiency in just a few short years. One company that could stand to benefit is BorgWarner. The company makes dual-clutch technology, along with turbochargers, which help draw more power out of smaller, more fuel-efficient engines. Check out the video below for more on BorgWarner and how it stands to benefit.
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