Aston Martin DB9 Plug-in Hybrid DB9 Built by Bosch

Aston Martin DB9 Plug-in Hybrid DB9 Built by Bosch
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Bosch Engineering and Aston Martin have teamed up to build a plug-in hybrid variant of the British automaker’s DB9 sports car. Continue Reading...

Turbocharged Cars Don’t Live Up to Fuel-Economy Hype Says Consumer Reports

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Turbocharged Cars Don’t Live Up to Fuel-Economy Hype Says Consumer Reports
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Vehicle quality was not the only thing making news when Consumer Reports unveiled the results of its latest reliability study in Detroit earlier this week. Amongst the issues highlighted by the consumer publication were real world fuel economy and forced induction engine technology. Continue Reading...

VW Passat 3-Cylinder Unveiled by Bosch Mahle Joint Venture

VW Passat 3-Cylinder Unveiled by Bosch Mahle Joint Venture
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Back in 2008 parts supply giants Bosch and Mahle teamed up to create a joint venture, the fruits of which are just just about ready to hit the market. Looking to take on leading turbo manufacturers BorgWarner and Honeywell (Garrett), the goal was to create efficient and reliable turbocharging systems just as demand for the… Continue Reading...

Diesel Car Sales to Triple by 2015 Says Bosch CEO

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Diesel Car Sales to Triple by 2015 Says Bosch CEO
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With consumers in search of higher fuel economy from their vehicles, diesel sales are projected to rise drastically over the next few years. That, at least, is the opinion of Peter Marks, CEO of Bosch operations for North and South America, a supplier of diesel engine parts and one that has significant stake in seeing… Continue Reading...

U.S. Automakers Must Adopt Diesels to Meet 2016 CAFE Standards says Bosch CEO

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U.S. Automakers Must Adopt Diesels to Meet 2016 CAFE Standards says Bosch CEO
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The CEO of auto parts supplier Bosch today told a crowd at the National Summit for Clean Transportation that U.S. automakers must adopt diesel technology in order to meet the strict new CAFE standards the Obama Administration has laid out. The new legislation will see fleet averages for passenger cars rise to 35.5 mpg for… Continue Reading...