National Geographic : 1968 Mar
It's not a new way to drive. It's a new The driver is a scientist from our Esso Research laboratory. The man next to him is a Chrysler Corporation engineer. They are part of a new joint research effort aimed at finding ways to eliminate air pollution from automobiles. They're travelling along at 20 mph. Now they're accelerating to 30 mph...40 mph...50 mph. The car isn't moving an inch. It's in a laboratory. Where scientists from Chrysler and Esso Research can drive the way you might drive on a crowded highway. Where they ana lyze the effect of different driving patterns on air pollution. Where they study new engine devices and fuel changes. How these devices and changes affect one another. And how they cut down on air pollution. Air pollution from cars concerns all of us. And Jersey and Chrysler figure that by pooling their technological knowledge they'll help find solutions to it a lot faster.