EVs on the rise, but ICEs not dead, says Behr’s Krueger (video)

  • 13-Apr-2011 11:22 EDT
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Dr. Uwe Krueger explains Behr’s new charge-air coolers for combustion engines that help enable engine downsizing. (Ryan Gehm)

Behr America focused its SAE 2011 World Congress display around three major innovation areas: passenger comfort, battery thermal management, and combustion-engine technology. “Of course, we still believe in the combustion engine,” declared Dr. Uwe Krueger, Vice President of Engineering for Behr in North America. “We believe in downsizing of the engine.” Krueger spoke with AEI about some of these trends on the first day of the show. The conversation can be viewed by following this link.

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