Special Coverage Frankfurt Auto Show FRANKFURT – Between Europe’s booming turbodiesel market and the growing popularity of gasoline direct injection in small-displacement engines, the outlook for turbochargers could not be brighter. According to one industry estimate, demand for turbochargers for light and commercial vehicles is expected to more than double over the next 10 years to 35 million units annually. Strict new emissions regulations requiring drastically improved fuel economy ...
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