FRANKFURT – Porsche AG is working on horizontally opposed engines featuring gasoline direct injection (DGI) for the next-generation 911 and Boxster, due in 2004/2005. Porsche will fit high-performance, direct-injection gasoline engines in its 911 (shown here) and Boxster models around 2004-05. At a recent technology seminar in Vienna, a Porsche paper revealed details of the development, claiming that in conjunction with the auto maker’s Variocam Plus variable valve timing system, ...

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