Subaru-maker Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. is developing a new hybrid powertrain technology: the Turbo Parallel Hybrid (TPH). TPH, which will undergo a test launch in Japan in 2007, uses a compact 10-kW motor generator situated between the vehicle’s engine and automatic transmission to deliver all-around solid performance, while also attaining improved fuel economy and reduced emissions, the auto maker says. Fuji plans to use the new technology in conjunction with its turbocharged ...

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