TweetA software patch could make modern cars 2.6% more efficient Once it is determined to be not overly damaging to batteries then it would be ready for widespread use. The software deactivates the dynamo when it is particularly inefficient for the engine to power it, thus improving the overall efficiency of the engine.
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