Hong Kong-based car manufacturer Infiniti is set to reveal its first variable compression engine in September this year. The company, which is the posh arm of Nissan, has come up with a novel VC-T (variable compression turbocharged) engine design that promises to change the face of petrol engine performance and could potentially rival the towing ability of a standard diesel, it says. See also: Petrol-electric Lexus has 4×4 potential. The 2.0-litre concept is claimed to give the performance and low-end grunt […]
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