VW had technology to cut NOx levels before dieselgate - ICCT

Volkswagen diesel cars could have met EU nitrogen oxide standards before the dieselgate scandal if the carmaker had chosen to apply technologies available at the time, transport experts said

Volkswagen diesel cars could have met EU nitrogen oxide (NOx) standards before the dieselgate scandal if the carmaker had chosen to apply technologies available at the time, transport experts said.

The findings were outlined in research published by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT), which looked at levels of NOx, CO2 and particulates for six car models covered by the Euro 6 emission standard while they were being driven.

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