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Delphi Technologies sees gasoline, diesel and electrification systems driving China growth, says CEO Butterworth

SHANGHAI – Delphi Technologies sees three major product systems categories driving its growth in China: gasoline, diesel and electrification, according to CEO Liam Butterworth. Butterworth made the comments at the company’s media roundtable held in Shanghai on March 13. “While we don’t disclose numbers for China, three major products capture

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Internal combustion engine sales up 4.11 percent in 2017 to 56.45 million units

BEIJING – China sold more than 56.45 million internal combustion engines (ICE) in 2017, up 4.11 percent, according to data released by China Internal Combustion Engine Industry Association (CICEIA) on January 30. Diesel engine sales grew faster than gasoline engine sales but gasoline engines still accounted for the bulk of

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Continental to introduce HTS and DPS exhaust gas sensor tech to Chinese market

SHANGHAI – Continental is bringing its latest exhaust gas sensor technology to the Chinese market to meet stringent motor vehicle emissions standards, the technology company said in a statement on January 30. Continental’s smart High Temperature Sensor (HTS) and Differential Pressure Sensor (DPS) are designed to offer fast response and

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China V emissions standards for heavy-duty diesel vehicles to go into effect July 1

BEIJING – China’s stage five emissions standards for heavy-duty diesel vehicles will go into effect on July 1, which means that all heavy-duty diesel vehicles manufactured, imported, sold and registered in China on and after this date must meet the China V emissions standards. According to the Notice on Implementing

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Four new trends for China’s heavy-duty truck market

The Two Sessions (National People’s Congress and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference) held in March disclosed four new trends for China’s heavy-duty truck industry: change in vehicle applications, internet-based vehicle sales, self-innovation and green mobility. As China’s economy has entered into the “New Normal” with slower economic growth, the

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