Historically, straight-five engines have been used rarely but continuously since their invention, though they have become increasingly popular in recent years. They are used in Audis, Volkswagens, Volvos, Land Rover TD5s and on some diesel-powered Mercedes-Benz models, as well as on the Acura 2.5 TL and Vigor. Recently, General Motors launched a straight-five engine for its popular compact trucks (Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon, and the Isuzu i-350). It also powers the Hummer H3. The engine is part of its Atlas family that also includes four- and six-cylinder versions. Since the Volvo 850 was introduced in 1992, many Volvos make use of straight-five engines, often turbocharged. Most of Volvo's current model lineup are powered by inline-five engines (naturally aspirated-five, T5, and even D5) with exceptions marked otherwise (I6, T6, V8). Volvo engines recently found an application in the Ford Focus ST in which the Ford Focus shares its platform structure with the Volvo S40. Volkswagen has used straight-five engines in their Eurovan, and have recently developed a different straight-five engine which is used in the Jetta and Rabbit in North America. Audi's inline-five powered many of the company's bigger models in the 1980s, and was most notably used (in a turbocharged format) in the Audi Quattro racing car. Fiat also makes use of a five-cylinder engine (both petrol and diesel) in larger Fiat, Alfa Romeo and Lancia models.