• 2018 BMW M5 refueling during longest continuous vehicle drift attempt

    Our gas is listed in a range of octane offerings, but American automakers are looking to simply that. By doing so, they say, they'll clean up the air, boost fuel economy, and save us money at the pump. According to a report in Automotive News, GM, Ford, and FCA are working with the U.S. Council for Automotive Research on a plan to change from three octane choices to just one: 91 octane. Dan Nicholson, GM’s vice president of global propulsion systems, sung the praises of the plan in testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s environment subcommittee last week. The...

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