A snapshot of the powertrain “market” in 10 years will include a wide variety of choices, say speakers at the University of Michigan Management Briefings Seminar in Traverse City, MI, earlier this month. That variety largely will be the result of automakers' differing philosophies on how best to address ever-growing environmental scrutiny of the automotive sector. And diesels — once perceived as the “dirtiest” of engines — will be high on some automakers' lists. “By 2010, there will be ...

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