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Powertrain evolution: bridging the gap to EVs with alternative architectures

Is the automotive industry about to see a positive step forward in the evolution of ICEs towards more alternative engine architectures?

The automotive industry is seeing growing interest in alternative engine architectures in mainstream automotive applications. With a constant push to achieve lower fuel emissions, alternative engine suppliers have tested their products and achieved some impressive results. Although there is significant interest in alternative engine architectures, traditional internal combustion engines (ICEs) continue to be used in all major OEM production lines. Is the automotive industry about to see a positive step forward in the evolution of ICEs towards more alternative engine architectures?

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