DIATA

AcronymDefinition
DIATADigital Image Analysis and Its Applications
DIATADirect Injection, Aluminum, Throughbolt Assembly (Ford Motor Company)
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The DIATA engine is about 35 percent more efficient than conventional gasoline engines.
The DIATA (Direct Injection, Aluminum Through Bolt Assembly) engine is about 35 percent more efficient than conventional gasoline engines.
The latest-generation HEV is equipped with Ford's state-of-the-art, aluminum DIATA engine.
Applying an integrated systems approach to the development of the HEV powertrain allowed us to use advanced technology, including the DIATA, that provides improved fuel economy and reduced emissions," Johnson said.
Ford recently unveiled the P2000 DIATA prototype, a revolutionary new car that can carry a family of five about 63 miles on one gallon of fuel.
The P2000's four-cylinder DIATA engine is an advanced 1.
The P2000 will have a base powertrain that combines an automated version of a current five-speed manual transmission with an innovative new engine called the DIATA, which stands for Direct Injection Aluminum Through-bolt Assembly.