Audi gives green light to fuel-saving technology

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Traffic light recognition system could save millions of litres of fuel and cut emissions 15 per cent, company says

Audi has developed a new 'traffic light recognition' technology that could cut fuel usage and emissions by reducing the amount of time cars spend idling at the lights. The Audi Online system shows drivers...

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