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 DIESEL TECHNOLOGY   
Bosch NOx breakthrough said capable of saving diesel car future 
Published: Thu, 26th April 2018 18:55:18 GMT  
 



Bosch, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of diesel engine components and widely recognised as the premier authority on light-duty diesel engine technology, says it has made a genuine breakthrough in terms of neutralizing diesel engine emissions by drastically reducing vexed NOx emissions from diesel cars to a mere fraction of the permitted post 2020 levels in EU Europe

Dismissing today’s widely shared view that for more CO2-efficient diesel powered cars there is no future Bosch now says that reports of the diesel car’s imminent death are premature. 

That’s chiefly because of what it claims to be a technological breakthrough on diesel exhaust emissions. 

36.7%
    W.European March 2018 diesel car sales share | AID DATA

Bordering on the sensational, this ‘eleventh hour miracle cure’ for an otherwise frail and fast-deteriorating European diesel car market is now claimed to cut NOx emissions from diesel cars to levels “10 times lower than [the EU] limits set for 2020”, according to Bosch. 


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