So, what you're saying is.......... you can't answer.
Since you can't provide the answer, or ask any kind of question that is of relevance to the topic, or even act with any kind of decorum.....
Why are you here?
Gf-5 will be backwards compatible. What I wonder is if there will be any A3/B3 offerings. Will that be even necessary.
Can you answer that one?
CAFE – the U.S. Corporate Average Fuel Economy standard for light duty trucks is currently at 21.6 mpg and will possibly increase to 29.5 mpg by the 2011 model year.
U.S. Energy Policy Act of 2005 – requires increased use of renewable fuels through 2012.
U.S. EPA Mobile Source Air Toxics – will require non-methane hydrocarbon (NMHC) standards for cold temperatures (20oF) by the 2011 model year.
California CAA section 177 – will adopt increasingly more stringent non-methane organic gas (NMOG) standards for LEV II (low emission vehicles) through the 2010 model year.
Some of the things GF-5 has to address.
Any insightful comments? Or can you only attack posters.
Again? Any relevant thoughts? Really want to see if you're more than a one trick pony.