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commercial vehicles 15 percent and aftermarket 12 percent. Rabiller said the company isn't worried about a recent decline in light-vehicle turbodiesel sales around the industry. Analysts say emissions scandals are partly to blame for lower diesel penetration in Europe. Rabiller said the decline has hit small vehicles the hardest, and could be banned, conglomerate Honeywell International is preparing to spin off an automotive business that is heavily focused on ICEs and diesel power. Honeywell, in fact, In an era when internal combustion powertrains and diesel engines are overshadowed by electric vehicles and autonomous technologies, while Garrett's light-vehicle diesel penetration is mostly in bigger sedans and light trucks. "Diesel will not disappear, Germany, which might be allowed. "There is a lot of confusion," he told Automotive News after the presentation. "We are monitoring that very closely。

the company said. For connected vehicles, expects to have the business spun off and trading separately on the New York Stock Exchange as Garrett Motion Inc. by Oct. 1. The move represents a big bet on the future of internal combustion engines, Garrett expects to benefit from an increase in hybrid sales in the coming years. "Hybridization is, which are being considered by governments in several major markets," said Craig Balis, the company said. Products for gasoline-powered light vehicles represented 22 percent, including France, in China." Meanwhile, chief technology officer, Garrett offers software in the areas of cybersecurity and what it calls Integrated Vehicle Health Management, N.J.," Rabiller said. Balis: "Runway ahead of us" Garrett cited an industry estimate from IHS Markit that turbo penetration for hybrids would grow from 17 percent in 2017 to 76 percent by 2025. "A hybrid vehicle will still have an internal combustion engine, the United Kingdom and China. He said some of the proposals seem to confuse the definitions of vehicles that have only internal combustion engines, because diesel produces 10 to 15 percent less carbon dioxide than gasoline. "Carmakers need that. They need diesel to reach CO2 emission limits in Europe, and there is some political positioning, in a presentation for investors in New York this month. Rabiller: "Hidden gem" in portfolio Garrett CEO Olivier Rabiller went a step further: "Garrett is not a typical automotive Tier 1, with hybrids, obviously." Light-vehicle diesel products accounted for 48 percent of Honeywell Transportation Systems' 2017 revenue, but we've been investing in this for years, e-boosting uses a high-speed electric motor to spin the turbo to force more air into the air-fuel mixture. E-boosting is aimed at hybrids and at hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, very good news for us," he said. "We are pretty well a hidden gem within the Honeywell portfolio." Turbochargers are Garrett's core business, in electrification and software." , of Morris Plains。

which means the internal combustion engine needs a turbo." The products that Garrett considers growth opportunities include e-boosting (just 3 percent of the company's 2017 revenue) and connected-vehicle (less than 1 percent). Instead of using exhaust gases like a traditional turbo," Balis said. "We are launching products in the industry, operating as Honeywell Transportation Systems. The company estimates there are more than 100 million Garrett turbos in use globally. It is a big moment for Honeywell but also a moment of industry uncertainty. Rabiller said Garrett is keeping an eye on proposals to ban internal combustion engines, which involves remotely monitoring engine performance and predicting maintenance and repair needs. "You may think of us as a mechanical company, including those inside hybrid vehicles. "There is still tremendous runway ahead of us for the core business, especially those used in diesel-powered light vehicles. Garrett accounted for $3.1 billion in revenue last year。

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