Ford says will further develop, downsize EcoBoost engines.
DETROIT – Ford and Toyota, fierce competitors in the marketplace, agree customers ultimately will determine what future technologies can best wean the U.S. off imported oil. Speaking at the SAE World Congress here, top automotive engineers describe the variety of technologies being explored, including hydrogen fuel cells, biofuels and electrification. But if customers don’t vote with their pocketbooks, such alternative fuels and powertrain options are doomed to failure, ...
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