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November 10, 2014

GKN produces world's first two-speed eAxle for Hybrids and EVs

GKN has produced the industry's first two-speed eAxle. The technology has entered production on the BMW i8 plug-in hybrid sports car.

"GKN's customers aren't just looking to make their next car more efficient; they want to create new driving experiences. Our expertise in driveline

April 11, 2014

Toyota develops new series of gas engines with improved fuel efficiency

Toyota will soon introduce vehicles globally with a series of newly-developed, highly efficient gasoline engines that achieve outstanding thermal efficiency and fuel efficiency improvements of at least 10 per cent.

The new engines leverage combustion and loss-

February 21, 2014

Lotus F1 Team and Renault Sport F1 confirm partnership

Lotus F1 Team and Renault Sport F1 officially confirmed the extension of their successful chassis-engine partnership for 2014 and beyond.

Renault will supply the team with its Energy F1-2014 Power Unit for the coming season. The Energy F1-2014 is a cutting-edge

February 20, 2014

Renault announces new 1.6-litre Energy dCi 160 Twin Turbo engine

Renault, engine manufacturer par excellence, rises to the challenge of energy efficiency in 2014. As a successful engine maker in the world of F1, Renault makes full use of its experience by continuously refining the energy efficiency of its road car engines to deliver

January 23, 2014

Scania adds 13-litre bio-diesel engines to its Euro 6 range

Scania is introducing two Euro 6-certified, 13-litre truck engines that can run on any diesel blend, right up to 100 per cent bio-diesel (EN 14214). The versions certified for biodiesel operation are the modular, six-cylinder, 13-litre 450 and 490 hp engines.


January 09, 2014

Mazda to delay Skyactiv-D clean diesel engine launch in North America

Mazda North American Operations announced that the launch of its Skyactiv-D clean diesel engine in North America is being further delayed from its Spring 2014 announced debut timing.

While Mazda understands its Skyactiv-D can meet emission regulation

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