Suppliers eye further gasoline engine emissions reductions

Gasoline direct injection tech can create particulate matter, but Bosch believes it has a solution. By Xavier Boucherat

Be in no doubt: gasoline engine optimisation remains a top priority for suppliers, who are under the cosh from automakers not just to assist in meeting increasingly stringent emissions standards, but to help develop the technology that can justify gasoline consumption in a world which urgently needs to decarbonise. The UN’s 2018 report on climate change made for grim enough reading, but a recent paper from the Breakthrough National Centre for Climate Restoration, an Australian think tank, goes further: it concludes that in a worst case scenario, in which business continues as usual and the pace of warming proves quicker than expected, climate change could spell the collapse of civilisation by 2050.

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