Researchers at Germany’s Technische Universitaet Muenchen say they have built a diesel engine already close to meeting the more stringent Euro 6 emissions standards not due to come into effect until 2014. The Technical University of Munich research team, headed by Professor Georg Wachtmeister from the university’s Chair of Internal Combustion Engines (LVK), says it has succeeded in reducing the pollutants in exhaust emissions to barely measurable levels. The 2-ton (1.8-t) research ...

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