Citroen develops diesel engine

Citroen has developed a diesel engine that is said to be 20% more efficient than its predecessor on an urban drive cycle and already meets European emission standards due to come into force in five years’ time. The new HPi engine cost £42m to develop and uses a high pressure direct injection system featuring lean-burn […]

Citroen has developed a diesel engine that is said to be 20% more efficient than its predecessor on an urban drive cycle and already meets European emission standards due to come into force in five years’ time. The new HPi engine cost £42m to develop and uses a high pressure direct injection system featuring lean-burn stratified charge technology.

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