EU car makers on track to beat 2021 emissions goals

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Volvo, Toyota, Renault set to pass 95g/km mark by 2020, prompting NGO to accuse manufacturers of 'scaremongering' over green regulations

Ford, Toyota and Renault are among six European car makers on track to hit EU emissions targets early, according to new research by campaign group Transport & Environment (T&E). If they continue at...

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