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In North America, Bosch's Automotive Technology sector recorded sales of $6.9 billion in 2012, compared with $6.3 billion in 2011, a 9.5 percent increase. Automotive sales accounted for 65 percent of Bosch's sales in North America. As a leading provider . . .
We are pleased to present the 2012 Annual Report in an interactive format that includes embedded video and active links. We invite you to take a few moments to read and reflect about the work of the Diesel Technology Forum in 2012.
Diesel power has long been a mainstay for commercial vehicles in this country, but unlike in Europe, smaller displacement diesels for cars and even light trucks are a rarity. Now that’s starting to change and change rapidly – perhaps ushering in what A. . .
While electric and hybrid cars are rightfully drawing a lot of attention in the auto world, there's another technology investors are probably overlooking: clean diesel. With the sulfur content now reduced by 97 percent, today's diesel offers near-zero emi. . .
The new 2014 Chevrolet Cruze Clean Turbo Diesel passenger car unveiled this morning at the 2013 Chicago Auto Show is a bold statement about the future for clean diesel cars in the U.S, said Allen Schaeffer , the Executive Director of the Diesel Technology. . .