VIENNA – Iran’s first “national engine” will be unveiled at an internal combustion engine conference Nov. 22 in Iran. The new engine family was developed by the country’s largest vehicle maker, Iran Khodro Co., in cooperation with German engineering consultant FEV Motorentechnik GmbH. Iran Khodro Powertrain Co. (IPCO) served as the core design center for the national engine, with other parts of the Iran Khodro group, FEV and more than 50 domestic and foreign suppliers involved. Iran ...

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