The following video is from today's MarketFoolery podcast, in which host Chris Hill, along with Mike Olsen, Jason Moser, and Joe Magyer, discuss the latest business news. Volvo Trucks unveiled its plan to launch a 13-liter natural gas engine schedule to hit the North American market in 2014. The engine features technology from Westport Innovations, which has seen its shares rise this week. In this segment, the guys analyze what the future of natural gas engines looks like in the automotive industry. With lots of companies poised to benefit in the automotive industry, the guys also share why companies like Ford, General Motors, and Toyota are the ones they're watching over the next five to 10 years.
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