GM's Grebe discusses post-2017 powertrain technologies (video)

  • 12-Apr-2011 06:00 EDT
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Dr. Uwe Grebe

Global OEMs are working on cost-effective powertrain solutions aimed at meeting the super-stringent vehicle fuel economy and emissions regulations expected in the U.S. in 2017-25, and in Europe in 2015. Dr. Uwe Grebe, General Motors Executive Director of Powertrain Global Advanced Engineering, spoke with AEI at the SAE World Congress on April 12 about some of the technologies GM is developing to meet the new targets. See the video interview here.

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