PARIS – European auto makers are encouraging Visteon Corp. to develop an electrically powered supercharging system that will improve performance of small engines. Visteon's VTES in a 1.2L Fiat engine The supercharger is needed because internal combustion engine/electric hybrids – and the 42-volt systems that will power them – for the most part remain just out of reach. Visteon engineers are working with customers on engine projects for 2005-2006 that will use the Visteon ...

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