High specific-output Volkswagen diesels available in Europe won’t be coming to the U.S., says Stefan Krebsfanger, manager, product strategy, at Volkswagen of America. "I don’t see U.S. customers motivated to go heavily toward diesels," he says. The demand for diesels in the U.S. runs up and down with fuel prices he points out, running as high as 10% to 15% at times. Introduction into the U.S. would hinge on the availability of cleaner diesel fuels and better-educated customers. "We’re ...

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