UTSUNOMIYA, JAPAN – Honda Motor Co. Ltd., like many other auto makers looking to improve vehicle efficiency and performance, is taking a multi-faceted approach to developing advanced powertrains for its future vehicles. Honda’s lineup of next-generation global powerplants will include not only advanced gasoline and diesel engines, but hybrid-electric and hydrogen fuel cell systems, as well. At the forefront is the auto maker’s new 4-cyl. diesel engine, destined to appear in North America ...

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