Industry sources tell WEVTU that a forthcoming, next-generation diesel engine system being developed by Fiat SpA for use by it and partial partner General Motors Corp. will represent another major step forward in passenger-car diesel technology. The acquisition by Robert Bosch GmbH in 1994 of common-rail diesel technology of Elasis, a development company jointly owned by Fiat and the Italian government, has heightened anticipation of what Fiat has developed. GM is said to have high hopes ...

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