June 20, 2013

Gasoline-Power Cars Will Dominate for Decades

Editors, CBC News


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The head of a leading automotive research centre thinks the internal combustion engine will be world's most popular engine for at least another two decades. Peter Frise, CEO of Auto 21, a national research and development network at the University of Windsor, expects the fossil-fuelled engine to still be the No. 1 auto engine until at least 2035.

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TAGGED: Gas-powered Cars, Electric Cars, Gasoline, Peter Frise, EO Of Auto 21, A National Research And Development Network At Th, Nstitute Of Electrical And Electronics Engineers

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