- Eric Loveday
- Nov 4, 2010
Diesel engines are the workhorses of the heavy-duty vehicle segment. Oil burners have abundant low-end torque which, coupled with inherent higher efficiency than gas engines, make them ideally suited for heavy hauling applications. But what if a turbocharged, high-compression, alcohol-fed, direct-injection engine could offer more power and emit less while lowering overall vehicle costs. Sounds intriguing, doesn't it?
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