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Scientific American: Better Mileage Now | [Ben Knight]

Scientific American: Better Mileage Now

Ben Knight, vice president of automotive engineering at Honda R&D Americas, reports on what manufacturers are doing to make cars more fuel-efficient as green vehicles penetrate the market. This article was published in the February 2010 edition of Scientific American.
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Ben Knight, vice president of automotive engineering at Honda R&D Americas, reports on what manufacturers are doing to make cars more fuel-efficient as green vehicles penetrate the marketThis article was published in the February 2010 edition of Scientific American.

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