IHS Markit expects direct injection fuel system demand in gasoline engines to touch 48 million units in 2022

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The deployment of direct injection fuel system in gasoline engines is expected to gain momentum on the back of benefits such as reduced fuel consumption, more power and improved driving performance. The technology, however, has its problems—an increased level of particulate matter, for instance.

Lowering emissions has become a top priority for automakers and this is reflected in their engineering and design strategies. And, turbocharged gasoline direct injection (DI) engines is deemed to be an effective tool for automakers such as Ford, BMW, Daimler to meet stringent emission standards. To this end, IHS expects..

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