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Study highlights particle risks of new GDI engines

New Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) engines release around 1,000 times more harmful particles than traditional gasoline engines, research suggests. According to a study by independent vehicle researchers TÜV Nord and Transport & Environment (T&E), GDI gasoline engines on passenger cars also emit ten times more carcinogenic particles than modern diesel engines. It’s time to log … Continued

New Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) engines release around 1,000 times more harmful particles than traditional gasoline engines, research suggests.

According to a study by independent vehicle researchers TÜV Nord and Transport & Environment (T&E), GDI gasoline engines on passenger cars also emit ten times more carcinogenic particles than modern diesel engines.

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