TOKYO – Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. likely will rely on urea-based Selective Catalyst Reduction technology to meet U.S. Tier 2 Bin 5 emissions standards with its coming diesel engine for the Veracruz cross/utility vehicle, a company official tells Ward’s. “We are still working on two different systems, but probably we will end up using SCR,” Lee Hyun-soon, vice president-research and development, says in a recent interview here. With SCR, a urea-water blend is injected into the engine’s ...

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