BOXBERG, Germany – U.S. auto makers have not given up on the prospect of installing V-6 diesel engines in light-duty pickups. Bernd Bohr, member of Robert Bosch GmbH's Board of Management, says his company, the world's largest diesel fuel-injection supplier, is working on projects with North American auto makers interested in replacing hulking, gas-guzzling V-8s in pickups and SUVs with smaller-displacement, more fuel-efficient – and higher-torque – V-6 diesels. "We see a trend toward ...
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