STUTTGART – Robert Bosch AG engineers in India are designing a modern common-rail diesel-injection system for the tiny diesel motors powering tuk-tuks, the 3-wheel rickshaws that serve as taxis and delivery vans. "For the tuk-tuk, we are designing specific systems," says Stefan Kampmann, senior vice-president of diesel engineering at Bosch. “It's pretty impressive to drive one of the tuk-tuks with a modern diesel engine." Among the major rickshaw manufacturers in India are Bajaj Auto ...

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