PUBLISHED REPORTS from Japan indicate that Toyota Motor Corp. will sell oxides of nitrogen (NOx)-cutting engine aftertreatment technology to both DaimlerChrysler AG and Volkswagen AG. In addition to an exhaust aftertreatment system said to cut up to 60% of NOx from lean-burn engines, Toyota also will supply the two rival automakers with engine-management software. The move is driven, the report claims, by Toyota's desire to create a global standard for lean-burn engine management and ...

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