Popular Science also awarded Ford competitor General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) for their very own crash prevention system, comprising of a camera mounted near the rear view mirror than follows the lines of the road and can detect obstructions. The system was first used in General Motors' GMC Terrain SUV.
Ford and General Motors have also been voicing their support for the E15 fuel mixture, a 15-85% mix of ethanol and gasoline. GM recommended using E15 fuel in their 2012 and newer models, while Ford issued their recommendation for 2013 and newer models. E15 gained the approval of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for use in all vehicles manufactured after 2001. This means that about 80% of vehicles in the U.S. can now run on the new, eco-friendly fuel.
Rivals Ford and GM recently announced their joint project to promote fuel efficiency even further by developing new 9 and 10-speed transmissions.
Over last week's last day of trading Ford shares climbed a little to $10.16, an increase of half a percent.
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