PARIS – An electric supercharger under development for a decade finally may be approaching production, piggybacking on the coming expansion of stop/start technology. Controlled Power Technologies Ltd., which purchased the technology from Visteon Corp. in 2008, says it will be in production for a client in late 2010, reaching full output in 2012. Visteon started working on its VTES technology (Visteon Torque Enhancement System is now Variable Torque Enhancement System) in 1999 and had a ...
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