PARIS – PSA Peugeot Citroen recently renewed its association with BMW AG for development of gasoline engines, while it also continues to work with Ford Motor Co. on diesels. “We are working together on Euro 6 (2015), and starting to plan for Euro 7,” PSA Chief Engineer Christian Chapelle says. “Last week, I met with my counterpart at Ford to divide up” the tasks to be done. Under today’s Euro 5 conditions, the average diesel in Europe provides a 30 g/km carbon-dioxide advantage. Under ...

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