The Chrysler Group says it has developed an arsenal of cost-effective improvements that can enhance the fuel efficiency of a standard internal-combustion engine by upwards of 14%. The company shows a version of its Dodge Durango SUV equipped with the new engine technology, dubbed Multiple Approaches to Great Internal Combustion (MAGIC), which achieves overall fuel efficiency gains of 25% over the current Durango. DaimlerChrysler’s Apollo project improves by 25% the overall ...

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