The number of vehicles operating on liquefied petroleum gas (LPG, or propane) still is small, but Koltec B.V. hopes the introduction of its Gaseous Sequential Injection (GSI) system will change that. The Dutch company touts GSI as an environmental advancement that will prod governments to offer incentives to automakers that develop LPG vehicles. The system uses microprocessor-controlled, high-speed, low-pressure gaseous injection, which improves driveability to the level of the gasoline fuel ...

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