GM breaks with Trump administration and calls for nationwide electric-car sales program – Los Angeles Times

GM breaks with Trump administration and calls for nationwide electric-car sales program – Los Angeles Times

Two of the biggest automakers are pushing back on the Trump administration’s proposed rollback of U.S. fuel-economy standards.

In filings due Friday, General Motors Co. planned to propose that, rather than oppose California’s so-called zero-emission vehicle sales mandate, federal regulators should embrace a nationwide electric-car sales program starting in 2021. Honda Motor Co., meanwhile, took exception to President Trump’s proposed freeze on mileage standards and called for steadily increasing requirements to continue.

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