NOVI, MI – Saying high fuel prices can be expected well into the next decade, powertrain specialists at the recent Global Powertrain Conference here present an intriguing snapshot of what the automotive powertrain landscape may look like from 2010 to 2025. Diesels and gasoline engines using direct-injection technology – and soon, engines blending the two combustion processes – will dominate in the near- and mid-term, says Philip Gott, director-automotive consulting for Global Insight Inc. ...
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