Brussels, 25 April 2017 – In September, a more rigorous laboratory test for measuring pollutant and CO2 emissions from cars (WLTP) will come into force. This new test will make some much needed improvements to the way cars are tested, but its introduction is also likely to raise questions among consumers.
Brussels, 23 February 2017 – European truck manufacturers have invested heavily in complex exhaust control technology that is delivering extremely clean heavy-duty vehicles which meet the stringent Euro VI emission standards. “The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) strongly condemns the advertising, sale and use of any aftermarket device that can be used by truck operators to turn off emission control systems,” stated ACEA Secretary General Erik Jonnaert.
Barcelona, 27 February 2017 – The European Automotive Telecom Alliance (EATA) today presented the next steps to make connected and automated driving a reality. During a roundtable discussion chaired by European Commission Vice-President Andrus Ansip and in the presence of Commissioner Günther H Oettinger, the telecoms and automotive industries reported on the latest technological developments and the corresponding societal and economic benefits for European citizens.