In a world where car companies are making billions off the back of high oil prices, a new report is suggesting we need a paradigm shift in how we build and sell cars.

    The Globe and Mail reports that a report from the McKinsey Global Institute says we need better-designed and more efficient vehicles to meet the world’s growing population, growing demands for transportation, and the growing needs of people living with chronic illnesses.

    The report, which has been released by the McKinseys Global Institute, argues that we need new models that are both more efficient and less costly.

    The first, the McKinays’ Blueprint Engine, was developed in the 1980s and designed to run on less fuel and produce more power.

    It is based on a concept known as a modular architecture that was originally developed by Toyota.

    It has become the benchmark for how companies design and build their vehicles.

    In its Blueprint Engine era, the company focused on using more fuel to drive the engines and using less fuel to power the suspension.

    The results were a vehicle that was efficient and more powerful, and was also very durable.

    The Blueprint Engine was later adopted by the likes of Honda, Hyundai and Mitsubishi.

    “We are not in the business of designing cars to make money,” said Paul Moxley, CEO of the McKinys.

    “We are in the game of making cars that are sustainable, that can last for decades and can be re-used.”

    The Blueprint Engine also inspired a number of companies to build cars with less weight and to reduce weight to meet a growing population.

    The result was a vehicle with lower fuel costs and more fuel-efficient engines.

    This was also the model that Ford used for the F-Series, the largest-selling car in the United States.

    “The Blueprint engine is not just about saving money on fuel,” said Steve Walser, the CEO of Ford.

    “It’s about making sure that people in the world can live with the kind of lifestyle that we are living.

    We’re making the car that they can afford, not the one they can’t afford.”

    In its report, McKinsey also highlighted the need to reduce CO2 emissions in the global economy by 30 percent by 2030.

    It argues that if we do not act soon, the global climate could turn into a “global catastrophe.”

    The blueprint engines report was released Wednesday.

    It also recommends a change in how companies build their products.

    The report argues that there is a lack of innovation in the car industry, which makes it difficult for companies to innovate and adapt to changing business models.

    “Companies should have a clear vision and strategy for building and delivering their products, and we should see these visions and strategies in action immediately,” said McKinsey.

    “This will enable us to deliver better products to customers and better products for the planet.”

    The Globe And Sea report, “How to Build Better Vehicles: Blueprint Engine or The Global Crisis,” is available online and in print here.

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