A revolution in the reduction of diesel emissions has been announced, with the promise that vehicles equipped with the new technology will be capable of emitting 10 times less NOx than stricter limits planned for 2020. The development is significant enough to ‘fix’ the current negative atmosphere around diesels and curb tumbling sales, according to Bosch, its pioneers.
Research by Bosch, one of the world’s leading automotive technology suppliers, has shown that while UK motorists are aware of the benefits of driver assistance systems, many of them are not fitted on most cars, but they would be of interest – providing they were fitted as standard.
Bosch, the global supplier of technology and services, is working on gasoline and diesel engine technologies to further reduce their CO2 emissions by 20 percent, as well as electric vehicles, for which Bosch believes there will be a volume market after 2020.
It is a fact that buying a new car can reduce running costs by improving fuel economy.
Bosch already provides high-performance assistance systems, including Adaptive Cruise Control and Predictive Emergency Braking System, to help drivers reach their destinations safely and more comfortably. Its technologies can also alert drivers to traffic jams and redirect them, as well as…
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Bosch has received the Global NCAP Award 2012 for developing and launching the Electronic Stability Program (ESP).