With a measure of gloom spreading among engine planners who worry forthcoming emissions regulations may rule diesels out for light-duty vehicles or cost too much to control and downgrade performance, the focus on direct injection (DI) gasoline engines is expected to be high at next month's Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Congress and Exposition in Detroit. Engineers representing Toyota Motor Corp., BMW AG, Ford Motor Co. and others will lead the latest-development discussion and ...
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