How Diesel Cars Compare to EVs
Feb 14th 2013 10:06PM
Updated Feb 15th 2013 8:11AM
While electric and hybrid cars are rightfully drawing a lot of attention in the auto world, there's another technology that investors are probably overlooking: clean diesel. With the sulfur content now reduced by 97%, today's diesel offers near-zero emissions, and is about 30% more fuel-efficient than gasoline.
The big three of Ford , General Motors , and Chrysler are dominating the light truck and auto diesel market in the U.S., with sales growing nearly twice as fast as the general market. What's more, Chevrolet and Volkswagen's Audi division are offering up some groundbreaking new autos this year.
Fool analyst Rex Moore spoke with Allen Schaeffer of the Diesel Technology Forum at this year's Washington Auto Show. In this installment of the multi-part interview, Schaeffer talks about the buzz surrounding electric vehicles, and why consumers need to consider all the options available to them.
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