Ford Motor Co. and the Environmental Protection Agency recently announced that ongoing research to develop “clean” diesel engines for the light-vehicle market has produced a prototype diesel-powered minivan that complies with the strictest standard set forth in the new U.S. federal Tier II emissions regulations. Ford and the EPA – assisted by powertrain-development consultant FEV Engine Technology Inc. – issued a report summarizing the first year of the effort at a press conference in Ann ...

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