PARIS – PSA Peugeot Citroen engineers are working hard to prepare a more environmentally friendly version of the new Citroen C5 large car before year’s end. The goal is to emit no more than 139 g/km of carbon-dioxide tailpipe emissions, which is 10 g/km less than the car’s most-efficient version that will be launched in March. The 10 g/km-CO2 reduction is enormous. Engineers hope to get 5 g/km or more from new low-rolling resistance tires from Michelin Group and as many as 2 g/km from ...
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