I know that ford just started their "EcoBoost V6", but the reliability of that motor hasn't really been proven yet. However, Volvo has been adding turbochargers to their engines for a long time. Some midrange cars/wagons get the low-pressure turbo, and the higher end models get a realllyyy nice, higher pressured turbo.
Wouldn't having a well designed turbo that starts making power at low RPMs be beneficial for our trucks for towing/hauling, and to add on to that, wouldn't it improve city MPGs? And what about highway MPGs, I don't know if turbos improve much on the highway...
I know the supercharger already exists, but would a factory turbo be that much more difficult (and expensive) to add or design to come stock?
I'm not talking about a turbo diesel either, as nice as that would be, but i'm talking about a good ol' gasoline engine.