“Diesel: written off prematurely?“
The diesel engine could remain the most economic option for many drivers if the car industry manages to get clean diesel cars to the market at affordable prices, Eric Heymann writes in a note for Deutsche Bank Research. The industry must regain trust and get to grips with emissions, he argues. Otherwise, lawmakers are likely to tighten regulations. Politicians in turn must communicate quickly and clearly what future regulation will look like so consumers can make informed decisions, the note says.
Read the research note here and find background in the CLEW dossier on how BMW, Daimler, and VW vow to fight in green transport revolution.