Euro 6-d diesel cars emit low pollutant emissions

The European Automobile Manufacturers‘ Association (ACEA) released new data that proofs that latest-generation diesel cars emit low pollutant emissions on the road. Some 270 new types of diesel cars approved against the latest Euro 6d-TEMP standard and introduced on the European market over the last year performed well below the NOx threshold of the real driving emissions (RDE) test which applies to all new car types since September 2017. RDE measures key pollutants, such as NOx and particles, emitted by cars while driven on public roads. Already today most of these diesel vehicles show results that are even below the stricter NOx threshold that will be mandatory from 2020.

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