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Future of car engines?
Audi recently unveiled a high-performance
diesel engine that featured a pair of
turbochargers and an electric motor that
spools the smaller of the turbos at low
revs to help it produce almost
Ford to Expand Clean Diesel Engine Factory Near London
The money is part of 1.5 billion pounds
being spent over five years to produce
engines and other technology that result in
lower carbon emissions from its automobiles
and vehicles, Dearborn, Michigan-based Ford
said in a statement today.