Start/stop systems now constitute part of the basic equipment package for many vehicles in order to reduce fuel consumption. Although this measure represents an advancement in technology, ever stricter emissions limits are making it necessary to minimise the CO2 produced in exhaust systems still further. Today, as the drivetrainbecomes increasingly electric, Daimler is working on starting systems coupled with a 48 V on-board power supply.
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