PARIS — Ford Motor Co. and PSA Peugeot Citroen have extended their agreement on direct-injection diesel engine research to cover three new families of engines. Ford will lead joint research on V-6 or V-8 engines for large cars and another family of engines with more torque for light trucks. Ford could use those engines in the U.S. and other world markets. Peugeot will continue leading the two companies' original project, started last year (see WAI — Oct.' 98, p. 7), for a small aluminum ...

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