These days you’ll struggle to find an engine in the Renault model range that isn’t turbocharged. In fact, that’s almost an industry-wide phenomenon thanks to downsizing. But forced induction is nothing new the automotive world: as far back as the early 1900s, engineers obsessed about how to extract more performance from the combustion engine. On December 17, 1902, one Louis Renault registered a patent for the centrifugal supercharger. It was later used in aircraft as...
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