mechanical engineering interns will work on building new electric engines, but not to the extent that they would in a traditional engine builder’s shop.
Instead, they’ll work on getting a new combustion chamber and exhaust pipe to a design that meets the specific needs of a particular vehicle.
They’ll also get to work on a small number of prototypes, with the goal of putting the latest engineering into production cars by the end of the year.
The new engineering program is part of the $1.5 billion Electric Power Research and Development (EPRD) program, which aims to build more efficient, fuel-efficient, and environmentally friendly vehicles.
EPRD is a joint effort between the U.S. Department of Energy and the U,S.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).EPRT has been under development since 2007.
The first batch of EPRT vehicles were introduced in 2016, but the program has not been widely adopted.
EPRDs are still in development and the program is still under review, and it is possible that some vehicles will be delayed.