After nearly a decade of research and development, Siemens Automotive says it will be the first supplier to begin volume production of piezohydraulic injectors, opening the door to the second generation of common rail diesel injection for passenger cars. A Western European customer will be the first to receive the new high-pressure injection system, by the end of next year, followed soon after by a second major vehicle manufacturer. Siemens expects common rail to accelerate the penetration ...
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