The concept cars at the recent Detroit auto show gave a glimpse of more than just the possible future of automobiles. The curious engineer looking under the hood also could have gotten a glimpse of some of the directions that Eaton Corp. is exploring with its supercharger programs. The Cadillac Evoq's integrated intake manifold/supercharger is the first public demonstration of Eaton's plan to more closely integrate the supercharger to the engine (see Ward's Automotive Reports — Sept. 28, ...
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