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44Videos: Hyundai shows off direct-injected V6, four-cylinder, eight-speed automatic

Hyundai 1.6-liter GDI engine – Click above to watch the videos after the break

24Greenlings: PHEV? DSG? VMT? A guide to common green vehicle acronyms

Guide to Common Green Acronymns

Deciphering the new vocabulary of the green car movement can sometimes be a real head scratcher. To alleviate as much confusion as possible, we would like to present our readers with a list of common acronyms and what they mean, with plenty of links for more information. If you have some TLAs (that's three-letter acronyms) that you'd like us to add to our glossary, just let us know in the comments.

24Tokyo 2009: Mazda previews next-gen SKY clean engines, transmission and Kiyora concept

Mazda Kiyora Concept set to debut at the Tokyo Motor Show – Click above for high-res image gallery

27If it's direct-injected and sold in America, it's on this list

Direct injection is exciting technology in that it allows car enthusiasts to have their cake and eat it too. How so? By both improving fuel efficiency and increasing horsepower. This being the case, it's not surprising that automakers from all ends of the world are embracing the tech and selling their resultant wares right here in the U.S. of A.

35Officially Official: 2009 Porsche 911 gets direct injection and dual-clutch gearbox

Click above for a high-res gallery of the 2009 Porsche 997 Carreras

38Camaro may get direct-injection V8

The Chevy small block V8 has been around in one form or another longer than many current GM engineers have been alive, but continuous updates continue to keep the venerable powerplant relevant. GM is currently developing the world's first overhead valve Direct Injection engine, giving the 6.2L test engine big gains in horsepower and torque while bumping fuel economy from 3% to 6%.The 6.2L currently pumps out up to 403HP without DI in the Escallade, but Dave Sczomak, development engineer-GM Power

4Geneva Motor Show: Ferrari shifts to neutral in Switzerland

In typical fashion, Ferrari had an impressive presence in Geneva this year. While their corporate cousins across the aisle made a big splash with the unveiling of the Maserati GranTurismo, the marque from Maranello wasn't showing any substantial new products of their own.

1Rumors: Schumacher to lead Ferrari

The motorsport press rumor mill is grinding away at full speed on a juicy bit of gossip and speculation that Michael Schumacher is being groomed to take over as head of Scuderia Ferrari. After his retirement, Schumacher took on a role as a special advisor to Ferrari chief Jean Todt. It was supposed to be a low-key, backstage kind of position that would let the seven-time world champion continue to impart his experience to the team, but it apparently hasn't been as hands-off as they made it out t

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