EcoBoost gives Ford cars performance and fuel economy

by Al Haas
Philadelphia Inquirer
July 8, 2012

Maybe EcoBoosterism is the new corporate religion at Ford.

The automaker keeps developing more new EcoBoost engines and dropping them into more and more vehicles. Indeed, it plans to build 1.6 million of them for the global market in 2013.

With good reason, we might add.

The high-tech EcoBoost design finds the holy grail of engine development by increasing both performance and fuel economy — qualities that normally are mutually exclusive.

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