SOUTH KOREA: Kia develops Gasoline Direct Injection engine
Kia has developed its own Gasoline Direct Injection engine based on the new Theta II family of units that will be used in the next generation of Kia vehicles. The company said the project had been developed at a cost of 170 billion won (£88 million) over a 46 month-long research period.
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