Volkswagen’s diesel fixes in EU much less effective than in the US – report
German carmaker Volkswagen’s technical fixes for manipulated diesel cars are much more effective in the US than in Europe, Emma Howard reports for Unearthed. While the changes made in the US “make a huge difference” to nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions, the fixes in the EU “are minimal and not much of a fix,” John German, engineer at the ICCT, says.
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