TOYOTA CITY – While much of Toyota Motor Corp.'s powertrain development news centers on fuel cells and hybrids, the auto maker says it still sees plenty of progress to be made over the next decade on conventional internal combustion engines. Toyota is looking to improve fuel efficiency 20% over the next 10 years for nearly all the IC engines it produces, says Shinzo Kobuki, Toyota managing officer-development and engineering. He points to design and engineering improvements, such as ...

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