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A very high efficiency spark ignition engine can be made possible by the combination of two modes of operation: Ultra dilute operation at low loads and highly turbocharged, high compression ratio operation at high loads increases the overall efficiency. Conventional gasoline engines are naturally aspirated - rely only on atmospheric pressure for air intake - and port fueled - fuel is sprayed into the intake ports directly into the engine cylinder. This technology increases efficiency by more than 40% over conventional gasoline engines by using direct injection and methanol reforming.