Start-stop technology, which disengages the engine when the vehicle is at rest or traveling at very slow speeds, and thus saving substantial amounts of gasoline, was first developed by European carmakers in the 1980s. The Fiat Regata and the Volkswagen Polo models were the first to utilize the technology, though the term “Start Stop” was first coined in reference to the Citroen C2 and C3 models, which were released in 2006. Today, many automakers include start-stop technology in their hybrid models.
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