EU confirms 2020 vehicle emissions targets

Will Nichols
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New cars and vans will be limited at 95g/km and 147g/km respectively under new proposals released today

The European Commission has today confirmed new emissions standards for cars and vans from 2020 in what it described as a "win-win situation" for manufacturers and the environment. As expected, by the...

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