EU car emissions hit target two years early

Will Nichols
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Provisional data shows manufacturers have already met 130 grams of CO2 per kilometre goal, but green groups cast doubt on figures

New cars sold in the EU last year were four per cent more efficient than in 2012, according to provisional figures showing the collective European fleet has already met its legal target two years ahead...

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