Hyundai promises 4% increased performance, 5% greater fuel efficiency and 12% fewer emissions with what it calls world-first continuously variable valve duration (CVVD) engine technology. The technology, controlling timing of valve opening and closing according to driving conditions, is set for mass production in Hyundai’s new Smartstream G1.6L T-GDi engine to be featured in future Hyundai and Kia vehicles. Until now, an internal-combustion engine’s performance and efficiency ...

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