Despite impending surcharges on diesel cars expected to be announced in the near future, diesel was still in greater demand than petrol.…
April 25, 2017 | Press Release
“The diesel engine will continue to play an important role in meeting mobility needs for the foreseeable future,” says José Avila, President of the Powertrain Division and Member of the Executive Board of Continental. “So it is vital for us to develop the technology to support extremely low-pollutant diesel operation.”
In total, the measures featured on the test vehicle presented in the lecture in Vienna deliver a very significant 60 percent reduction in nitrogen oxide emissions, while at the same time achieving a slight drop in fuel consumption, which is down two percent – compared to a Euro 6 Diesel standard car.