GENEVA – With impending applications for gasoline engines, turbocharging techniques first developed for diesel engines could double turbo penetration in Europe by the end of the decade, say the world’s two largest turbocharger suppliers. The first to arrive from BorgWarner Automotive Inc. and Honeywell Inc., the turbocharging leaders in Europe and North America, will be a technology already proven for diesel engines: variable geometry. "We will have a variable-geometry turbocharger for a ...
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