For model year 2009, GM is offering direct injected engines in 10 models in North America, 18 worldwide. For the 2010 model year, GM will have direct injected engines in 38 vehicle models worldwide, with 18 models in North America alone. In the next five years, Ford plans to have at least 500,000 cars a year powered by GTDI engines – that is, Gasoline-turbocharged-direct-injection. CSM Worldwide, a global automotive forecasting and advisory firm, estimates GDI technology to be in 21 percent of new gasoline engines in European-built cars by 2013. CSM also projects sales of vehicles using direct-injection gas engines will jump to 5.1 million by 2014 from 585,000 in 2009.