Before you watch, a quick update on where we stand with fuel-efficiency in America:
In 2012, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Transportation set a new fuel-efficiency standard of 54.5 miles per gallon for new U.S. vehicles starting in 2025. Suddenly, automakers could make pickup trucks stop guzzling gas, build fuel-efficent sports cars and rival Tesla's electric range. President Donald Trump's administration has done little so far to prevent the EPA from meeting that goal.
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