The recently announced HyBoost project, which aims to demonstrate a very cost-effective, ultra-efficient gasoline engine in a C-segment passenger car, will target a real-world 30-40% reduction in CO2 emissions to below 100g/km, while offering the performance of a 2-litre model.
The two-year HyBoost project is supported by an investment from the …
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