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The little turbocharged engine that could

The Economist reveals why turbocharged four-cylinder engines now rule the road. According to their contentions, frugal four-cylinder engines – for decades – were only to be found in the most modest of motor cars. Until recently, that is, for today they are being fitted to even luxury models – given they are turbocharged. The Economist shares in detail how the turbocharged engine is constructed, how it operates, and why it’s swiftly gaining recognition and popularity in the Automobile industry.

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