Bosch start-stop system with coasting mode previews micro-hybrid evolution

Automotive supplier Bosch is developing an evolved micro-hybrid architecture, which adds the ability to coast at speed with the engine off, in addition to the usual engine start-stop when the car is stationary. For example, if a vehicle is going downhill on a highway, or is coasting to a gradual ...

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