President Obama announced new fuel-efficiency standards on Friday that would more than double the current standards in the U.S.
Obama said automakers must ensure that between 2017 and 2025 that their cars' fuel efficiency averages out to 54.5 mpg. Currently companies must only reach a fuel efficiency standard of 27.3 mpg.
While companies clearly have some time to work on improving fuel efficiency, what's most striking is how few cars meet the upcoming standards.
According to TheStreet.com, only four cars currently on the market would meet the new standards, which -- keep in mind -- are the average of all cars.
Check out the slideshow to find out which four cars make the cut.