ANN ARBOR, MI – Industry experts agree that while half of new vehicles will be electrified by 2025, 90% still will be equipped with internal-combustion engines for decades to come, requiring innovation and adoption of a wide range of technologies to build cost-effective zero-impact powertrains. (Related: Internal Combustion Powering Industry Toward EV Future) Advanced turbocharging, engine downsizing, waste-heat recovery and carefully controlled fuel delivery, along with various ...

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