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The Automotive Industry to 2025 and Beyond

 Chris Atkinson Sc. D.
  17th-Mar-2017
Description: Fuel efficiency improvements will be achieved by vehicle light-weighting, reducing aerodynamic drag and tire rolling losses, engine downsizing, boosting, improved transmissions, increased electrification, hybridization, waste energy recovery, and reductions in friction and parasitic losses. Future vehicles will display greater levels of automation from L0 (no automation) to L1 & L2 advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) to L3 automation (automated operation with a driver present) and L4 (full automation no driver required).
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Domain: Energy
Category: Transportation
Contents:
The Automotive Industry
to 2025 (and beyond)
Chris Atkinson, Sc.D.
Program Director
Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy
2016 EIA Energy Conference
July 11, 2016

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