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Synonyms for internal-combustion enginein·ter·nal-com·bus·tion en·gine

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  1. internal-combustion engine, ICEnoun

    a heat engine in which combustion occurs inside the engine rather than in a separate furnace; heat expands a gas that either moves a piston or turns a gas turbine

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  1. Tony Seba:

    One of the key findings in Rethinking Transportation is that the whole internal combustion engine automobile value chain will collapse within three years of the approval of autonomous vehicles, that is, if autonomous vehicles are approved in 2021, then new [internal combustion engine] vehicle sales are finished by 2024.

  2. Jack Nerad:

    I think there’s more to squeeze out of the internal combustion engine.

  3. Stephan Winkelmann:

    These cars are the last ones to hold up the flag of power, the maximum you can imagine from an internal combustion engine, therefore these cars will rise in price, big time.

  4. Gavin Newsom:

    Every single one of these companies knows where the consumer is going and where the world is going ... the elimination of the internal combustion engine.

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