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Major auto parts sup­pli­er Bosch Auto­mo­tive Group is sur­pass­ing its pre­vi­ous sales thresh­old, and the growth is com­ing from demand for prod­ucts it man­u­fac­tures for automak­ers world­wide to increase the fuel effi­cien­cy of the vehi­cles they sell. Bosch is aim­ing to reduce fuel con­sump­tion in diesel and gaso­line vehi­cles by 30%, and is also look­ing for­ward to its elec­tric-dri­ve tech­nolo­gies being in demand. Effi­cient Diesel, Gas Engines and Elec­tric Dri­ve Fuel Bosch’s Rev­enue GrowthWhile Ford has trailed behind com­peti­tors in bring­ing out pure elec­tric and plug-in hybrid elec­tric vehi­cles, the com­pa­ny is con­fi­dent its upcom­ing prod­ucts will offer unique advan­tages. Its 2013 Ford C-Max Ener­gi plug-in hybrid will be able to trav­el up to 500 miles on a sin­gle charge and sin­gle tank of gaso­line. Ford’s plan is not just to match Volt but beat it. C-Max Ener­gy Plug-in Hybrid Could Take Lead in Miles Trav­eled