PNGV

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PNGVPartnership for New Generation of Vehicles
PNGVPartnership for a New Generation of Vehicles
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In September 1993, President Clinton outlined an initiative called the Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles, a collaboration between automakers and researchers to create by 2004 a vehicle with three times the fuel efficiency of current automobiles.
Hybrid cars might turn out to be what comes out of the government/industry coalition known as the Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles (PNGV), an early initiative of the Clinton Administration and the Big Three automakers with the goal of producing an 80-mile-per-gallon prototype by 2003.
(The government's Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles is aiming for an 80-mile-per-gallon prototype.) Meanwhile, the average car swallows up 500 gallons of gas a year, which translates into five tons of carbon dioxide ([CO.sub.2]), the primary cause of global warming.
Called the Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles (PNGV), the 10-year undertaking to bud a prototype by 1998 and have hybrid cars on the market by 2003.
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