October 19, 2007
Don't you start thinking I'm restarting the old linkblog. You won't see much about programming, etc.
Toyota advertises itself as the greenest, most fuel-efficient car company in the industry. But now the maker of the best-selling Prius hybrid is opposing tougher U.S. fuel economy standards for cars and light trucks. It's time to tell Toyota to back up its planet-friendly image by supporting a standard of 35 miles per gallon by 2020.
Maybe it's also time to tell them to import those 50+ mpg diesel engines they've been selling in Europe for years too.