KARIYA, Japan – Toyota Motor Corp. is expected to introduce a new common-rail direct injection system this year on a still-to-be-named diesel passenger vehicle for the European market. The system, developed by Denso Corp., employs a high-pressure pump and 5-stage injectors. It was unveiled last autumn at the Tokyo Motor Show. According to Denso, the system’s high-pressure injectors, reportedly the industry’s most powerful, can operate at 26,100 psi (1,800 bar) regardless of engine speed, ...

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