Four of today's cleanest burning vehicles powered by internal combustion (IC) engines have cut harmful emissions to levels previously thought not possible to achieve, concludes a 3-year study by the University of California, Riverside. Emission of harmful pollutants from the vehicle quartet with gasoline-fueled IC engines neared zero during testing under real-world driving conditions, researchers reveal. Results of the study were presented on the UCR campus during a Clean Mobility ...

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