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Measures and approaches for realizing this potential are to be
found in various industries. However, the complexity of the combus-
tion systems and the costs for the modules will also increase. The
influence of an efficiency technology on CO
2
reduction and on the
associated costs is shown in Fig. 18.
19 Author’s own illustration based on BCG (2011) I Comment: VVT/L = Variable control of the injection sequences and of the valve stroke I AGR = exhaust gas recirculation I BDI = gasoline direct injection I
*The estimated net base price 2020 includes a one-percent reduction inmanufacturing costs between 2010 and 2020 and amanufacturer’s mark-up between 50 and 100 percent. The estimate is based on
the North American D-segment vehicle . Consideration of vehicles from other segments will presumably show slight deviations.
Fig. 18: Potential for reduction of consumption (cumulative costs over the cumulative CO
2
savings)
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