From September 2018, WLTP now applies to all new car registrations. European measures were introduced to allow a limited number of end-of-series, unsold cars, that were approved under the old test (NEDC), to be sold until September 2019.
Message from Allen Schaeffer, executive director of the Diesel Technology Forum – Diesel won’t lose its place as the dominant fuel for commercial vehicles, even as alternative fuels and powertrain options become more viable. “Diesel is the gold standard,
The Fiat 500 range moves to an all turbo line up for 2018 in an announcement from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. The Fiat 500 range will cease using normally-aspirated engines in favour of a 1.4-litre MultiAir Turbo powerplant capable of producing up to 135
Research conducted by Emission Analytics shows that missions at high speed can peak at more than ten times typical levels of nitrogen oxides (NOx) pollutants. Aggressive driving increases NOx by up to five times on the motorway and 35% on rural roads. The
Latest research by Emissions Analytics has revealed that the latest Euro 6d-Temp diesel models emit, on average, 71% less particulates that petrol equivalents. New diesels also emit 18% less CO2 in real-world testing, according to early testing from Emissions
Engine Technology International is reporting that following recent announcements, Bosch details its new diesel emissions technology. These developments could enable vehicle manufacturers to reduce nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions to levels that will already comply