Next-Gen Engines: Going Turbo?

Next-Gen Engines: Going Turbo?

Volkswagen appears to be motoring toward an all-turbo lineup. A recent Detroit News article says the company will be phasing out conventional gasoline engines within three or four years.

Is this the future of the internal combustible engine and, if so, should investors care? In this segment of "Motor Money", analysts Rex Moore and John Rosevear go under the hood for the answers. (You can see the complete "Motor Money" show here.)

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