A “Major Breakthrough” in Diesel Technology Significantly Reduces Emissions

A “major breakthrough” in diesel technology significantly reduces emissions

Bosch has claimed that it has made a major breakthrough in diesel technology, which could put an end to the ‘death of diesel’ debate. The new technology promises to reduce nitrogen oxide emissions to ‘unprecedented’ levels in diesel cars. According to the technology firm, the technology will enable vehicle manufacturers to reduce emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) so drastically that they will comply with future limits, without the need for any additional technology.

European legislation introduced in 2017 dictated that no new passenger car can emit more than 168 milligrams of NOx per kilometre.

Source: co.uk