PARIS – Renault SA is working on what would be the industry’s smallest common-rail diesel if it were ready today. The 1.2L dCi turbodiesel, shown as a concept in the Renault Ellypse concept car at the Paris auto show last fall, is under production development at Renault. "We're working on something like it, but it won't be ready until 2005 at the earliest," says a spokesman. Renault likely will make production version of concept 1.2L dCi turbodiesel. Rival PSA Peugeot Citroen ...

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