PARIS – The public will decide next year whether Kenichi Nagahiro, the chief engineer of Honda Research and Development, gets to put a new feather in his engine development cap, but for now, Honda is convinced that he can. Honda’s first homegrown diesel, the 2.2L CTDi turbodiesel, will be presented at the Frankfurt auto show in September in the European Accord and Accord Tourer station wagon. Kenichi Nagahiro "We gave ourselves a risky challenge, but we know that the European ...
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