WASHINGTON – Volkswagen of America Inc. unveils its ’08 diesel-powered Jetta TDI model at a hastily called press conference at the auto show here. The small sedan will be the first production VW to be powered by a Bluetec diesel, developed jointly with Audi AG and DaimlerChrysler AG. The TDI-powered car will meet Tier 2/Bin 5 or LEV II/LEV emissions limits that require less than 0.05 g/mile of nitrogen-oxide emissions. The car also will have a particulate filter to reduce soot ...
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