The Diesel engine has come a long way in the last 30 years. Before the series introduction of the direct injection for passenger cars by FIAT in 1987, only pre- or swirl chambers were used. These engines however suffered from a reduced thermal efficiency compared to DI engines, due to the flow losses between the prechamber and the main chamber, i.e. the cylinder.
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