STUTTGART — Robert Bosch GmbH is half a step behind its competitor, Siemens AG, in getting gasoline direct injection on the market, but Bosch is convinced it has a better technical strategy. Siemens, working with a 2L Renult SA engine, has its high pressure injectors and common rail system on the market already in the Megane Coupe and Cabriolet. Bosch, working with Volkswagen AG, will have its version on the road next spring in a 1.4L VW Lupo. Both engines claim an improvement in fuel ...

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