* Multiair tech easily transferable - FPT director * Rivals seen 2-3 years behind * Would help U.S. co build cleaner cars By Jo Winterbottom MILAN, July 31 (Reuters) - Fiat Group's new Multiair technology, which cuts emissions from gasoline engines, could be used on Chrysler cars with very few changes, Lucio Bernard, director at FPT-Fiat Powertrain Technologies, told Reuters. That could bring early benefits to the ailing U.S. automaker from its deal to give Fiat a 20 percent stake ...
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