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  TOV News > Summary of 2006 Mid-Year Speech by CEO Takeo Fukui > > Re: Super-low-friction engines

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Super-low-friction engines [View News Item]    (Score: 1, Normal) 05-17-2006 12:05
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13% fuel savings from low-friction engines sound great!
Does anyone have any idea when we can expect this? Hopefully the 08 Accord will be the first to get this technology.

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Re: Super-low-friction engines [View News Item]    (Score: 1, Normal) 05-17-2006 14:23
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low friction engines are for Honda's motorcycle division, not the cars.
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Re: Super-low-friction engines [View News Item]    (Score: 1, Normal) 05-17-2006 18:29
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Sorry about that?
The mpg improvement is described in this quote:

In addition to new vehicle introductions, Honda will seek to achieve top-level fuel economy for existing models with the aim of improving Honda's already industry-leading Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) by five percent in 2010, from its 29.2 mpg 2005 model year CAFE rating for passenger cars and light trucks. This effort will include new products and technologies and the previously announced commitment to introduce within the next two years a more advanced version of Honda's four-cylinder i-VTEC(TM) technology with up to a 13 percent improvement in fuel efficiency over 2005 levels, and a more advanced Variable Cylinder Management(TM) (VCM) technology for six-cylinder engines with up to an 11 percent improvement in fuel efficiency versus the current VCM system in the Honda Odyssey minivan and Honda Pilot sport utility vehicle.

Source: http://corporate.honda.com/press/article.aspx?id=2006051677694


 
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