Bloomberg: How China’s Dirty Cities Are Reshaping Car Design Across World

Bloomberg reports that China’s air pollution crisis is leading to new fuel efficiency standards that are influencing automakers in Beijing and around the world.

“In response to government rules and incentives that have spurred electric-car sales in China,” Bloomberg reports, “automakers are beefing up their global electric-vehicle and plug-in offerings.”

“Decisions made in Beijing already are affecting cars people drive in Dallas and Los Angeles. That’s because automakers tend to design new models to sell in multiple regions — and China is the world’s largest auto market.”

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