• Ford EcoBoost engine

    Ford’s continuing drive towards smaller capacity, direct-injected, turbocharged, fuel efficient engines continued today as it announced yet more Ford cars and trucks will get EcoBoost engine options during 2012. Moreover, Ford claims that by the end of the year, nine of its production vehicles will achieve gas mileages greater than 40 mpg, putting it well on the way to achieving the 2016 Corporate Average Fuel Economy target of 36 mpg. Big And Small Ford’s expanded production of EcoBoost vehicles -- expected to reach 384,000 in 2012 from just under 128,000 in 2011-- won’t...

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