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Mazda to supply new diesel engines to GRAND-AM event participants
By ABR Staff Writer
Mazda Motorsports is planning to supply racing variants of its new SKYACTIV-D clean diesel powertrains to the participants of GRAND-AM's new GX Class, starting with the 2013 season.
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Daewoo LESTAR transit bus debuts with Navistar MaxxForce 3.2l engine
Navistar has entered into a diesel engine supply agreement with South Korean commercial vehicle manufacturer Daewoo Bus, at the 2012 Busan International Motor Show in Busan, South Korea.
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Maruti to build diesel engine plant in Gujarat
By ABR Staff Writer
Indian carmaker Maruti Suzuki India is planning to build its third diesel engine plant in Mehsana district of Gujarat, India with an investment of INR180bn ($3.2bn).
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Volvo to launch 13litre natural gas engine for North America
By ABR Staff Writer
Swedish truck maker Volvo is planning to launch a 13-liter liquefied natural gas (LNG) engine within the Volvo brand for the trucks in North America by 2014.
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Toyota to invest $80m to boost V6 engine production in Alabama
By ABR Staff Writer
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama (TMMAL) is planning to invest $80m in its plant to increase the North AmericanV6 engine production.
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Voith introduces SensoTop technology for transit buses in North America
By ABR Staff Writer
Voith has introduced its patented SensoTop technology for heavy-duty transit buses into the North American market, which the company says will optimize bus transmission gear-shifting to reduce fuel consumption.
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Volvo to supply engines for Rosenbauer's airport fire-fighting vehicles
By ABR Staff Writer
Volvo Penta will supply engines for a number of airport fire-fighting vehicles from the company Rosenbauer.
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Opel to launch three new powertrains
By ABR Staff Writer
Opel, the subsidiary of US carmaker General Motors (GM) is planning to launch three gasoline and diesel family engines which will renew the company’s current powertrain portfolio.
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Toyota to boost 4-cylinder engine capacity at Kentucky plant
By ABR Staff Writer
Japanese carmaker Toyota Motor (TMC) is planning to increase its annual engine assembly capacity of 4-cylinder engines by 100,000 units at its Kentucky plant in US.
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Engine downsizing to have major impact on gasoline engines: Frost & Sullivan
By ABR Staff Writer
Engine downsizing is poised to have a major impact on gasoline engines and suppliers with complete powertrain development and benchmarking capabilities for this will gain significance, according to a new study from Frost & Sullivan.
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Ford aims to triple production of EcoBoost-powered cars in Europe by 2015
By ABR Staff Writer
US carmaker Ford’s European subsidiary Ford of Europe is planning to more than triple its production of EcoBoost petrol engine powered cars to about 480,000 by 2015 per year from 141,000 in 2011.
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Nissan breaks ground on new engine plant in Tennessee
By ABR Staff Writer
The Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler collaboration has broken ground on a new engine manufacturing facility in Decherd, Tennesse, US.
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BMW, Hyundai in talks on engine development tie-up
By ABR Staff Writer
German luxury car maker BMW and South Korean motor company Hyundai are in talks for a comprehensive alliance to develop an engine and share the cost for the development, a source familiar to the matter told Reuters.
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US EPA certifies Ford Escape as most fuel efficient small SUV
By ABR Staff Writer
The US Environmental Protection Agency has certified the new Ford Escape as the most fuel efficient small SUV with an automatic transmission.
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JTEKT Automotive to build new $102m facility in South Carolina
By ABR Staff Writer
JTEKT, a Japanese manufacturer of steering systems, driveline components, bearings and machine tools, is planning to invest $102m to construct a new facility in South Carolina, US.
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