Fiat Automobile SpA’s 2-cyl. TwinAir gasoline engine spearheads the auto maker’s plan to remain Europe’s lowest emitter of carbon dioxide, on a fleetwide basis. The 0.9L engine will be made in variants ranging from 65 hp to 105 hp, and a version will run on compressed-natural gas. In addition, Fiat says its smaller size and mass will make it the choice for a coming range of Fiat hybrid-electric vehicles in Europe. Fiat was the last auto maker to use a 2-cyl., 4-stroke engine, in the 500 ...

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