Forecasting the implication of Euro-7 on powertrain technologies

Governments around the world are beginning a substantial push toward a clean, zero-emissions society. While there are unquestionably challenges and obstacles to overcome in making this happen, the automotive industry is already showing its commitment to playing its part.

Global tailpipe legislation is on a clear path toward zero emissions, with major governmental bodies such as the European Commission also now beginning to look beyond the conventional tailpipe.

Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and tier-1 suppliers are already showing their commitment to this; not only are existing clean-air technology solutions being applied and developed, but new alternative zero-emissions solutions such as electric and fuel cell vehicles are coming to market.

As mentioned, despite the new solutions being presented, several obstacles must be overcome before zero-emissions systems will become the dominant form of propulsion for the everyday car. As a result, the combustion engine and the underlying technology within this will continue to play a major role in the short-to-medium term.

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