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Mazda is on the verge of bringing its rotary engine back to the United States -- but not as fans used to know it.
Honeywell plans to spin off its turbocharger business into a new publicly listed company by the end of 2018. The turbocharger business is expected to generate annual revenue of about $3 billion.
Porsche is seeking $234 million in damages from its luxury sibling brand Audi over costs related to manipulated diesel engines used in its vehicles, a German newspaper reported.
VW took a surprise charge of about 2.5 billion euros ($3 billion) in the third quarter as plans to buy back or retrofit tainted diesel cars in North America proves more complex than expected
Jaguar Land Rover will end a contract to source engines from Ford's plant in Wales earlier than expected in 2020.
Automakers in Europe are adopting 48-volt mild hybrids to reduce CO2 emissions in response to diesel's faster-than-expected decline.
Mazda unveiled plans for the world's first commercial gasoline engine using compression ignition. Automakers including GM and Daimler have been working on similar engine technology for decades.
The industry is infatuated with vehicle electrification, but significant improvements are still in the offing for internal combustion engines, a market analyst said at the seminars.
Toyota is overhauling its engines to boost fuel economy, cut emissions and increase performance. But Toyota does not plan to reduce engine size and strap on turbochargers across the board.
Toyota's West Virginia engine plant has already proven itself as the "little engine plant that could." Now, it is taking a $400 million investment from the automaker to do more with less.
Mercedes development chief Ola Kaellenius talks rollout strategy for the brand's new 3.0 liter inline-six.
The supercharger — long ago blown away by the technology of turbochargers — finally may be on the verge of finding its place in the rapidly changing world of powertrain technology.
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