OEM Strategies for Passenger Vehicle Engine Downsizing in Western Europe

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Automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in Europe are now facing the challenge of reducing CO2 emission from cars apart from the Euro norms. Apart from emission reduction measures such as hybridisation and using all-electric powertrains, engine downsizing has gained momentum and has proved to be the most cost-efficient method to reduce tailpipe CO2 emissions. OEMs face several challenges in developing downsized engines such as overcoming the loss of power. This study analyses the engine downsizing (reduction in engine displacement) trends in the Western European automotive market. This study also analyses the various powertrain trends of OEMs in Europe.

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OEM Strategies for Passenger Vehicle Engine Downsizing in Western Europe, IntroductionEngine Downsizing Trends in Western EuropeStrategies of OEMs for Passenger Vehicle Engine Downsizing in Western Europe




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