Toyota Motor Corp.’s upcoming new diesel engine and advanced exhaust aftertreatment may be one reason why the California Air Resources Board is said to be rethinking its stand on diesel technology. Toyota announced more than two years ago it had developed an advanced diesel aftertreatment system for diesel exhaust that continuously reduces oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and particulate matter by more than 80%. At that time, Toyota said the new diesel aftertreatment system would ...

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