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2016 International Engine of the Year
It was a little over a year ago when BMW took home the coveted 2015 International Engine of the Year award. Bagging top honors was the ultra-high-tech 1.5-liter three-cylinder hybrid that powered the sporty yet efficient i8
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For three straight years, Ford's brilliant 1.0-liter EcoBoost motor reigned as International Engine of the Year. But BMW, no stranger to winning awards for its great engines, eclipsed Ford's mighty mill by a few points this year. In
Moving away from its fuel-thirsty image
Ford used to have a reputation for making cars with huge, gas-guzzling engines. The Mustang, the Expedition and the F-150 are the culprits models most associated with wasteful consumption of our planet's precious fossil fuels. Yet oil crises in
An unprecedented feat
She may not know it yet, but one of our writers is driving around in a Ford Fiesta powered by a three-time recipient of the International Engine of the Year Award. (Sharleen Banzon has the car now as we write this.)
Perfect for that Shelby 289 FIA Cobra?
Yesterday, we told you about the limited-edition 289 FIA Cobras that Shelby American is making 50 units of. As we mentioned, the 50 cars are all just rolling chassis, which means they won\'t have any drivetrains underneath the frame and
The German carmaker boasts groundbreaking engine technology
BMW has bagged a 2013 International Engine of the Year Award in the \"1.8-liter to 2.0-liter category\" with its TwinPower Turbo technology. In the Philippines, the BMW 328i, 528i and Z4 28i are powered by the 245hp version
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