Fiat Powertrain Technologies is developing a new V-6 diesel engine and will begin to migrate its dual-clutch transmission technology into smaller vehicles over the next few years, executives say. The high-performance diesel, noted Wednesday as part of Fiat Automobiles SpA’s exhaustive 5-year plan backgrounder in Turin, Italy, will displace 3.0L and offer outputs ranging from 225 hp to 250 hp. Fiat doesn’t specify timing for the new diesel or any of its advanced powertrains, all due by ...

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