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United States Council for Automotive Research

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United States Council for Automotive Research
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Official Site: USCAR.org
Wikipedia: United States Council for Automotive Research
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A research organization for the American automotive industry, consisting of Chrysler LLC, Ford Motor Company, and General Motors.


History

The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's United States Council for Automotive Research page on 21 March 2021, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

United States Council for Automotive Research LLC (USCAR) is an umbrella organization for collaborative research that comprises Chrysler Group LLC, Ford Motor Company and General Motors. Its goal is to further strengthen the technology base of the U.S. auto industry through cooperative research and development.

The United States Advanced Battery Consortium (USABC) pursues research and development of advanced energy systems for electric and hybrid electric vehicles to achieve significantly increased range and performance.

The Electrical Wiring Component Applications Partnership and United States Automotive Materials Partnership LLC also are among USCAR's consortia.

USCAR participates in the U.S. DRIVE Partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy, five energy companies and two major utilities. Its mission is to develop and advance a sustainable transportation future. This includes the high-risk research needed to: enable a full range of affordable cars, light trucks and the fueling infrastructure to support them; reduce the dependence of the nation's personal transportation system on imported oil; minimize harmful vehicle emissions, without sacrificing freedom of mobility and freedom of vehicle choice; and enable a long-term transition to a hydrogen economy.



Article Index

DateArticleAuthor/Source
15 June 2004Vehicle Recycling Partnership and USCAR Initiated Tests by Cooper-Standard Show Cost Reduction Potentials Using More than 25 Percent Recycled Content in Automotive Rubber Parts have been Repeated in EuropeCBp Europe


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