SANTA BARBARA, CA – Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. may offer its emerging stop-start technology on U.S.-market vehicles, Ward’s has learned. Later this year, Hyundai will debut on its new i20 subcompact in Europe a new stop/start – or mild hybrid – system reportedly developed by Robert Bosch GmbH, and a top Hyundai Motor America official says that same technology could migrate to the U.S. “A significant percentage of fuel savings” realized with hybrid-electric vehicles comes from their ability ...
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