TURIN – Passenger-vehicle diesel engines constantly are improving, evidenced by the second-generation common rail direct fuel injection (DI) system developed by Robert Bosch GmbH. Yet another example soon will arrive with the new 730d and 740d models BMW AG plans to sell in October, after an official presentation at the Paris auto show later this month. BMW 740d France is one of the markets where diesel engines now represent more than 50% of all new-vehicle sales, with peaks ...
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