How the ‘V12 Engine’ Can Help Your Businesses Profit from Diesels

How the ‘V12 Engine’ Can Help Your Businesses Profit from Diesels

September 18, 2021 Comments Off on How the ‘V12 Engine’ Can Help Your Businesses Profit from Diesels By admin

Businesses are starting to understand the power of the diesel engine, as companies are looking to capitalize on the growing popularity of fuel-efficient vehicles and fuel-saving technology.

With a growing market, the number of diesel engines on the road is expected to reach more than 5 million by 2025, according to a new report from Kelley Blue Book.

The report, Diesel Market Outlook 2025, estimates that by 2025 there will be more than 6.6 million diesel vehicles on the market, and the majority of those are powered by gasoline-powered engines.

The engine, which is powered by a single turbocharger, can help businesses capitalize on diesel’s growing popularity by giving them an alternative to expensive gasoline-based engines.

“Diesel is an extremely low-cost fuel, which can allow businesses to take advantage of a growing industry while keeping the engine’s operating costs lower,” said Todd C. Nunez, president of the Kelley Blue Books Fuel Economy & Fuel Economy Technology Business, in a statement.

“With an abundance of available diesel engines, businesses can leverage these savings for greater productivity and lower fuel consumption.”

The report estimates that the fuel-efficiency of diesel cars is expected be 50 percent lower than gasoline- or hybrid-powered vehicles.

By 2025, the average cost per mile for a diesel car will be $2,542, compared to $2.3 for a gasoline-or hybrid-fueled vehicle, according the report.

By 2030, the cost per gallon of diesel fuel will be less than $2 in 2030 than in 2020.

The diesel engine can be used to power a range of devices, from light trucks to buses to large trucks, as well as industrial equipment, according Kelley Blue.

Kelley Blue says the diesel engines are already used in the automotive industry, as they have been used to drive hybrid vehicles and to power power electric vehicles.

The company notes that a recent report from the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration found that diesel engines could reduce greenhouse gas emissions by between 1.3 and 3.6 percent compared to conventional gasoline engines.KELLEY Blue estimates that more than 100,000 diesel engines were manufactured in the United States in the 2016-2020 period, with a total of 2.4 million engines on U.s. roads.