Honda Motor Co. Ltd. President and Chief Executive Hiroyuki Yoshino confirms Honda is in the process of changing its entire automotive engine range to produce a new generation of ultra-low emissions engines. Manufacturing lines in Japan, Mr. Yoshino says, already are being reconfigured to produce the new engine series that will be 10% lighter and smaller and yield 10%-20% better fuel economy than Honda's current 2L 4-cyl. and meet California's new Super Ultra-Low Emissions Vehicle (SULEV) ...

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