Posted June 29, 2018 06:05:00In the past few years, many automakers have tried to find ways to improve the efficiency of their refrigerators.
The Ford Focus and Volkswagen Jetta have been among the more recent examples, but these efforts have largely come from the OEMs themselves.
This is because they’re the ones that make the parts.
In the case of the Ford Focus, Ford has been experimenting with ways to reduce the energy required to run the compressor to the point that the truck is less efficient than a typical SUV.
It’s the same process used to produce diesel engines.
The result is a lower-emissions version of the diesel engine, which makes for better fuel economy and less emissions.
It also makes for more comfortable cruising for drivers.
Ford’s new Focus Hybrid, which uses the same technology, is designed to run a bit cleaner than the Focus Hybrid.
That’s not to say the new vehicle is necessarily a better choice, as the EPA has found that the hybrid can be slightly less fuel efficient than the standard Ford Focus.
However, the hybrid does run more smoothly, and there’s no doubt that a smaller, less efficient engine can be more fun to drive.
That was the premise behind the Volkswagen Jettas new fuel cell concept, which is intended to improve efficiency while saving fuel.
The concept has been tested in a number of states, including Pennsylvania, but there is no guarantee it will make it into the final production version.
Volkswagen has also said it plans to launch a smaller hybrid version of its Jetta in 2018.
The idea is to cut down on the fuel consumption of a vehicle by 20 percent while also reducing the energy use of the engine.
The company says it is working with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to determine whether there are any emissions-reducing technologies available.
Volkswagen is expected to introduce its hybrid version next year.
The Volkswagen JET is expected in 2019 Volkswagen is also working on a smaller version of a fuel cell.
This smaller version, known as a hydrogen fuel cell, would run on hydrogen rather than petrol or diesel.
While it may be less fuel-efficient than the full-size version, the smaller version would offer better fuel efficiency, according to the company.