MILFORD, MI – Calling direct-injection technology “the most promising near-term (technical) advance” for gasoline engines, engineers for General Motors Corp.'s Powertrain Div. here say GM plans to launch a plethora of engines for North America and Europe employing the power-enhancing, fuel-saving technology. The first North American GM direct-injection gasoline (DIG) engine is expected some time near the '07 model year and likely will be a 6-cyl., powertrain engineers say. GM already ...

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