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Robert Bosch LLC, Diesel Systems North America

Bosch has made a decisive contribution to the success of the diesel vehicle, with its sporty dynamics, low emissions and economical fuel consumption. All over the world there are only few diesel vehicles whose strengths are not supported by Bosch technology.

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Most Indians buy diesel cars: Bosch
November 10, 2014 // Auto Car India

Bosch has just revealed the world map of an analysis – use of different powertrains worldwide. The global automotive supplier says that every fifth vehicle that is sold in Japan is a hybrid, spark-ignition engines make a majority of sales in China, while . . .  read more

Euro 6 Made Simple (BOSCH Video)
August 27, 2014 // Automotive Business Review

Euro 6 is a European Union regulation that sets emission standards for vehicles. “Euro 6 will make diesel cars as clean as gasoline cars,” says Dr. Rolf Bulander, the member of the board of management of Robert Bosch GmbH responsible for powertrain tec. . .  read more

Could Diesels Be Poised for a US Comeback?
August 25, 2014 // Design News

At the recent 2014 CAR Management Briefing Seminars in Traverse City, Mich., a General Motors (GM) executive predicted that the percentage of cars and light trucks employing diesel engines could jump to 10% by 2020. That number echoed similar forecasts fr. . .  read more

Bosch expands exhaust-gas treatment facility
August 20, 2014 // Automotive Engineer

Bosch has expanded its exhaust-gas treatment facilities to cope with the increased demand for the technology. The company expects global requirements for the systems to double by 2020 as regulations become stricter, and so in preparation for this has o. . .  read more

Total Cost of Ownership: A Gasoline vs. Diesel Comparison
April 9, 2014 // Next-Gen Transportation News

The report compared diesel and gasoline models of vehicles in which manufacturers offered both powertrains. Researchers looked at passenger cars, sport utility vehicles and medium-duty (Class 2) pickup trucks. Some of the key findings of the report: -. . .  read more

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