LONDON – Many European auto makers now believe one of the most direct routes to increased fuel economy is downsized engines with turbochargers. Smaller engines on average use less fuel, while turbochargers can provide the on-demand power consumers prefer. New Bosch compressor assists turbocharger. Engineers at Robert Bosch GmbH say they can improve upon the idea by fitting gasoline engines with direct- injection systems, making the savings even greater – with reduced emissions an ...
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