Reducing car emissions in Europe

The world’s biggest car makers have already agreed to comply with an average new-car standard of 95g/km CO2 by 2021. Policy makers in Europe have now begun drawing up further targets for 2025, Automotive News Europe reports, with an aim for emissions to be cut to the level somewhere between 68 and 78g/km CO2…By comparison, Australia’s emission standards are still well behind those of Europe. In 2013, the Australian fleet average sat at 158.7g/km CO2, reflecting a mix of Euro4 and Euro5 measures (dependent on vehicle type).

>more> drive.com

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