Electronic fuel injection birthed these unlikely turbocharged heroes


Reliable electronic fuel injection systems delivered production turbocharging from its carbureted and high-maintenance past into a great first wave of turbocharged production cars in the ’80s and ’90s. The turbocharged engine became reliable enough for impressive performance in the usual heavy hitters, obscure sleepers, and an array of regular production cars and trucks. Turbocharged station wagons, compact hatchbacks, and even minivans were proof that boost was at last ready for the masses.

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