How modern diesel engines are helping reduce motoring’s impact on local air quality
In the near future, combustion-engine cars are unlikely to disappear from European roads. To minimise their impact on air quality, improvements are constantly being made to engines in modern vehicles.
Despite negative public perception, diesel engine technology has evolved dramatically in recent years to limit air pollutants and reduce CO2 emissions.
In fact, modern and cleaner diesel cars combine great fuel economy with near-zero emissions of ultrafine particles and nitrogen oxides, making them one of the most cost-effective options for reducing transport emissions in Europe.
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