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Delphi technologies help lead traditional powertrains into the future


The traditional engine is alive and thriving and will continue to dominate the automotive market in the next decades

FRANKFURT — The IAA International Motor Show from Sept. 13-25 will feature the theme “The Future Comes Standard” and in conjunction with the event, Delphi Automotive is releasing a position paper outlining why the internal combustion engine will still be the standard well into the future.

The paper examines the reasons why Delphi believes the internal combustion engine (ICE) will maintain its market dominance for decades to come and how its portfolio of green technologies will support the ICE.

Governments and consumers are viewing vehicles powered by the ICE differently in light of rigorous emissions standards worldwide and demands for improved fuel economy and performance. With growing concerns about climate change, preserving biodiversity, reducing health problems linked to pollution and preserving natural resources, governments, consumers and automakers themselves are exploring alternative powertrains.

But Delphi believes internal combustion engines have a huge potential to meet the challenges of saving fuel and reducing emissions. The new paper outlines how this can be accomplished and how Delphi’s portfolio of green technologies already is helping ICEs achieve that potential.

Delphi will feature many of the green technologies highlighted in the paper during the IAA show. To learn more, see the complete Delphi position paper.
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