* EU seeking to tighten testing, implement new CO2 goal * German carmakers show greatest divergence * Some EU member states play for time, flexibility BRUSSELS, May 28 (Reuters) - The gap has widened between the fuel-efficiency that carmakers declare for their models and the reality for drivers, with luxury German vehicles showing the biggest divergence, a study has found. The research by the non-profit International Council ...
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