Passenger cars, Commercial vehicles
As the automotive industry works hard to decarbonise, will the Euro 7/VII emission standards be an unnecessary distraction?
To meet tightening CO2 emissions regulations in 2030 and beyond, the automotive industry is focusing much of its efforts on transitioning away from the use of fossil fuels. However, the European Union is also proposing more stringent air pollutant emissions standards for both light and heavy-duty combustion engine vehicles. Insight talks to Dr Paul Greening, ACEA Green Team Lead Director, about the need for the proposed emissions regulations, their potential to side track industry technology developments and assesses his views on the best route forward.
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