AAH #201 – opoc Gets the Green Light from Red China

June 21st, 2013 at 6:25pm

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Try you might, the internal combustion engine just won’t die. And, that’s partly thanks to innovative designs that keep cropping up like the opoc (opposed piston opposed cylinder) engine from EcoMotors. For several years now, we’ve been following the progress of this startup on AAH. This week CEO Don Runkle joins us and we’ll be asking him about the deal to fund a $200 million opoc engine factory. We’ll also be getting into the big news stories of the week: Chrysler caves to NHTSA’s recall demands after previously refusing, but why? EVs and plug-ins are depreciating much faster than other cars. And with Bosch’s new eClutch anyone can drive a stick! Joining John McElroy to discuss all this and more is Peter De Lorenzo, the Autoextremist, and Chris Paukert from Autoblog.

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