European OEMs face potential CO2 penalties totalling EUR24bn – report

The current backlash against diesel, also known as 'de-dieselisation', has resulted in consumers regarding Euro 6 engines, that meet all the latest emission requirements, being considered as bad for air quality as a Euro II diesel. Additionally, some cities have introduced legislation to place restrictions on the use of diesel vehicles, while others are planning outright bans for diesel vehicles in the future, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

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