Real Driving Emissions - an Automotive IQ eBook
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Diesel emission regulation is a highly contestable subject in Europe and the implementation of new real-driving test procedures can go a long way towards improving the nature of type-approval certification. Alongside however, there must be much more robust legislation to ensure that testing is carried out as accurately as possible and figures for new vehicles can be confirmed as opposed to just nominal.
Manufacturers have consistently made it known that targets for 2020 will be difficult to achieve from a technological and economic standpoint, and it is coming to light that figures for new vehicles over the years have been optimistic at best, fabricated at worst. There needs to be frank discussion about realistic limits and robust testing procedures to close the gap between EU targets on paper and true emissions in the real world.
EUROPEAN EMISSION REGULATIONS: A MATTER OF INTERPRETATION
- VW SCANDAL BRINGS EMISSION REGULATIONS INTO SPOTLIGHT
- CIRCUMNAVIGATING LEGISLATION
- POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC INFLUENCE
- THE FUTURE FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY
- GLOBAL MARKET SITUATION AFTER THE VOLKSWAGEN SCANDAL
EMISSIONS REGULATIONS FORCE MANUFACTURERS ACROSS THE WORLD TO CLEAN UP THEIR ACT
- THE EU TAKES THE LEAD IN REGULATION-DRIVEN EMISSIONS REDUCTION
- ABOUT THE TECHNOLOGY COMPANY
- CHINA’S NEW EMISSIONS REGULATIONS CATCHES UP WITH OTHER MARKETS
- INTERVIEW WITH CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCES BOARD - Alberto Ayala
LATEST RESULTS OF RDE TESTING ACTIVITIES BY THE SWEDISH TRANSPORT AGENCY - Per Öhlund