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Mean and Green: Next-Gen Turbochargers

April 11, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

New turbo technologies are making cars both more powerful and more eco-friendly. Turbochargers can be used in gasoline, diesel, hybrid, and even natural gas engines, and they’re becoming a vital part of car manufacturers’ overall plans to increase efficiency and make engines smaller while maintaining or increasing their power.

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