As the debate regarding a planned European Union cap on carbon-dioxide emissions continues, European auto makers are speeding up efforts to bring to market vehicles that emit less CO2. Germany’s Adam Opel GmbH recently unveiled the diesel-powered Corsa and Astra ecoFLEX models, which boast CO2 emissions of 109 g/km and 119 g/km, respectively. They are slated to be on the market by the end of the year. Ford recently debuted the ECOnetic Fiesta which it says emits less than 120 g/km of ...
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