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Powertrain Cost Efficiency

Powertrain Cost Efficiency

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded up to $8.4 million, spread over the next three to four years, to four projects to improve performance levels of engines and powertrain systems for future vehicles. The projects will focus on developing and testing new cost-efficient technologies for engines and powertrain systems which will remove the technical barriers for broad commercial use of advanced engine technologies in the mass market.

MAHLE Powertrain LLC, will receive $2.5 million to develop a next-generation combined ignition/turbo-charging concept known as 'Turbulent Jet Ignition'. TJI facilitates the implementation of ultra lean-burn technology to gasoline engines, improving their efficiency and reducing the formation of pollutants such as nitrogen oxide.

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