Mercedes Announces Plans to Offer Turbocharged Engines Across its Lineup by 2010

Lately the quick fix for most automakers that are trying to improve their vehicles’ fuel-efficiency is to produce smaller engines that are also turbocharged.

Daimler board member, Thomas Weber, who is in charge of research and development recently told the Automotive News, that all Mercedes-Benz models will have turbocharged engines within the next two-and-a-half years.

“All our vehicles will have turbocharged engines in series production by the end of 2010 at the latest.”

Mercedes realizes that turbo engines will only help so much and the main goal is to produce zero-emission vehicles (fuel-cell and electric vehicles).

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