MTU offers ‘agile’ electrically-assisted turbocharger

An electric motor ensures that extra fresh air is available whenever the engine needs it (image: MTU)

Agility and efficiency: Those are the watchwords for MTU’s turbocharger development, its director of development, turbocharging and fluid systems, Johannes Kech, told The Motorship.

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