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Why diesel isn’t dirty?

The Diesel Technology Forum discusses the clean diesel journey - With a higher degree of certainty than ever before, we can say that diesel is a clean technology. Diesel is a technology of continuous improvement and that goes for the fuel as well. Ultra-low sulfur

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BMW says diesel engines have at least 20 more years

At least 80% of 2025 sales will have an internal combustion engine. A report from Automotive News quotes Klaus Frohlich, BMW Group board member for development, declaring that the diesel engine still has at least 20 more years, and the gasoline engine, at least 30

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What is next for boosting technology? Turbochargers?

Engine Technology International discusses the future of boosting. Using Turbochargers or superchargers started out as an exotic performance technology, now, turbocharging has become the default position for all diesel engines and the majority of today’s gasoline

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Diesel decline sees CO2 emissions rise

Article from the IAAF. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has warned the average CO2 emissions have climbed almost three per cent to 124.5g/km. The rise has been blamed on a diesel sales slump and experts say if CO2 emissions continue to

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Kia hopes to buck trend with cleanest-ever diesel

The Sportage is Kia's global and European best-selling model and here it represents a quarter of the brand's sales. The updated version gets a new front-end design for sharper looks and an EcoDynamics+ power train cuts Co2 emissions by 4pc under the new, strict WLTP

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EU passenger car registrations up 6.1% so far in 2018

ACEA reported over the first eight months of 2018, passenger car registrations across the EU grew by 6.1% to reach 10.8 million units, boosted by a strong summer performance. Spain (+14.6%), France (+8.9%) and Germany (+6.4%) have posted strong results, with a

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Diesel to retain dominance – Diesel Technology Forum

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,

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