By on January 7, 2015

GM Ventures Sees Potential in Fuel Saving Technology

General Motors has played with cylinder deactivation technology since the days of Carter, sometimes successful, sometimes with more disastrous results.

With Tula Technology’s Dynamic Skip Fire, GM is banking on the former.

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