As an innovator of gasoline direct-injection technology and the first to give the public a taste of its efforts — not to mention the holder of the trademarked “GDI” badge — Mitsubishi Motors Corp. is raising the bar before most automakers have had a chance to catch up. Mitsubishi now is focusing its efforts on developing an new family of GDI engines — actually, a new family of powertrains — dubbed the GDI Sigma Series, that build on the powerplant's inherently efficient operation. ...
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