SAN FRANCISCO – Direct-injection technology will be fitted to every Audi AG gasoline engine by 2006, says Marc Strahan, director-product management and quality, Audi of America Inc. The company’s FSI (Fuel Straight Injection) system debuted in North America recently on the ’05 A6’s 3.2L DOHC V-6 but was launched earlier in Europe for various Audi and parent Volkswagen AG 4-cyl. engines. Mitsubishi Motors Corp. was the first auto maker to apply direct gasoline injection (DGI) technology ...
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