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When the now-retired General Motors Vice Chairman Bob Lutz joined us on the Autoblog podcast, he told us that he was looking to get on some company boards. Not even a month into retirement, Maximum Bob has added yet another notch to his belt, accepting a position at fuel injection supplier Transonic Combustion. The company, which has offices in Camarillo, CA and Bloomfield Township, MI, is working on more efficient fuel injection systems.

Lutz hasn't yet made any public comments about his new board role outside of a prepared statement that reminds us that "for the foreseeable future the internal-combustion engine will remain the dominant propulsion system for automobiles, and there is still a lot of room to improve its efficiency." Beyond his board job with Transonic Combustion, Lutz is working on a book that we're desperately interested to get our hands on.

[source: Detroit Free Press | Image: Bill Pugliano/Getty Images]

Report: Bob Lutz signs on for board duty at fuel-injection startup originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 25 May 2010 14:29:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Lutz joins fuel-injection company

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AUTOS: Lutz joins fuel-injection company

Not a month into retirement from General Motors and Bob Lutz has already found a way to spend his time.

Transonic Combustion announced Monday that Lutz will join the company that's working on more efficient fuel-injection systems.

Lutz retired from GM on April 30. At a retirement reception last week, Lutz said he's been busy adjusting to retirement life and writing a book.

"For the foreseeable future, the internal-combustion engine will remain the dominant propulsion system for automobiles, and there is still a lot of room to improve its efficiency," Lutz said in a statement.

Transonic Combustion has offices in Camarillo, Calif., and Bloomfield Township.

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