“It’s amazing to see a concept like Rudolf Diesel’s that has the longevity to continue to deliver for what’s now over 100 years."…
April 15, 2018 | Motor1
The German company says that modern diesels still hold an undisputed advantage over gasoline engines when it comes to CO2 emissions, and that software updates can provide quick and effective fixes to improve diesel engines' nitrous oxide emissions, using lessons learned throughout the controversy of recent events. It also said it was working on a new range of diesel engines that could perform "significantly under the laboratory threshold value of 80 mg/km in normal driving operation."
It also condemned the driving bans imposed in Germany, saying it was against bans which restricted mobility, saying that they amounted to nothing, and that pollution levels could be reduced by other means.