FRANKFURT – The world's first horizontally opposed diesel engine could power a new baby Saab 9-1. The new engine is set to power Saab Automobile’s small car, currently being designed in Japan by Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. Saab’s so-called 9-1 is based on next-generation Subaru Impreza 4-wheel-drive mechanicals. The big stumbling block for any 9-1 has been the lack of a diesel engine, believed essential for European buyers. However, Subaru and Saab engineers are investigating ...
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