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The Internal Combustion Engine Isn’t Going Anywhere Just Yet

Mazda’s innovative next-gen SkyActiv engine show that gasoline-powered vehicles could be around for decades.

By Doug Newcomb

While most major automakers have been preparing for the wholesale conversion of their future fleet to alternative-fuel powertrains such as hybrid, electric, and fuel-cell vehicles, Mazda has been fine-tuning the…

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