DETROIT-- Fans of the internal combustion engine can breathe easy for the next couple of decades, say researchers at DRI-WEFA and Arthur D. Little. Their recently released “Future Powertrain Technologies” study concludes that the internal combustion engine will be alive and well by 2020. Other findings, based on three realistic but varied market scenarios, predict that a strong environmental movement could kill the diesel, especially in Europe. A diesel-averse scenario does not portend ...
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