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Germany discovers ‘illegal’ devices that may be in 1M Mercedes diesels

Report: Daimler's whole fleet of latest Euro 6 vehicles may have them

Report: Daimler's whole fleet of latest Euro 6 vehicles may have them.

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Carmakers say they 'can't meet' Euro 6 emissions targets

Also, VW's Diesel Scandal Is Apparently An American Conspiracy

European automakers don't think their diesels will be able to hit upcoming EU standards, so they're asking for a break. Whether legislators go along with it remains to be seen.

Recharge Wrap-up: Cool new Euro VI railroader Unimog, Car2go hearts charity

China Trying Again To Get Drivers To Switch To EVs

Mercedes-Benz's mega-cool road-railer Unimog now boasts Euro VI compliance. Used for railroad track maintenance and train shunting work, this diesel-powered Unimog offers about a 90-percent improvement in particulate emissions over the Euro V. The new engine also offers improved efficiency. It provides 231 horsepower, and w

Recharge Wrap-up: India plans to subsidize EVs, Ultra Low Emissions Zone in London

India is set to heavily subsidize conversion to electric vehicles with its National Electric Mobility Mission Plan. The government will be providing automakers with cash to create electric cars. It will help customers pay for new electric vehicles, and a 35 percent subsidy for EVs and 25 percent incentive for plug-in hybrids has been proposed. The government will also subsidize kits to convert existing internal combustion v

Volvo announces new line of diesel engines "more than" Euro V compliant

Volvo is introducing a new array of engines next year. Volvo claims that these engines, called EEV (Enhanced Environmental friendly Vehicle), exceed the requirements for Euro V antipollution norms by means of reducing emitted particles and smoke. Not only that, but the new set of EEV engines also reduce fuel consumption. The first engine of the series is the D13 (pic

What the new European emissions standards (Euro 5 and 6) will cost and what they'll save

Currently, cars in the European Union need to meet what're called Euro 4 emissions standards. In the near future, emissions levels will be restricted further and the numerical signifier will increase. Euro 5 should kick in in 2009, and Euro 6 follows five years later (or so). Particulate and NOx emissions are targets of the Euro standards.