RICHMOND, IN – Ford Motor Co. will use Honeywell International Inc.’s Garrett turbochargers and Robert Bosch GmbH’s fuel injectors in the first application of its EcoBoost engine technology when it debuts next spring on the Lincoln MKS flagship sedan, a top Ford engineer tells Ward’s. Honeywell is expected to make a formal announcement next week. The MKS will offer a twin-turbo 3.5L V-6 EcoBoost engine application, which boasts direct-injection, delivering the power and performance of a ...
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