With the heady days of the late 1990s a distant memory and a prolonged industry downturn creating another cycle of close-to-the-vest business strategies, the industry's powertrain sector seemingly retrenched in 2003 to examine its development and investment priorities. Gone, for example, were discussions of advanced powertrain systems that relied on or were made practical by the advent of 42-volt electrical architecture. In light of the industry's protracted recession, most powertrain ...
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