WOLFSBURG, Germany – Volkswagen AG sources here confirm the company’s Audi AG arm will sell diesel-powered vehicles in the U.S. sometime in the 2008-09 period. New 2L TDI turbodiesel powers U.S. Passat next year. In addition, VW engineers say the company has set a 2006 U.S. launch for its first FSI gasoline engines with direct-injection technology. During an event here to update the U.S. media regarding VW’s latest diesel-engine advances – including new diesels coming this year ...

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