Can new chassis technologies and materials help OEMs meet future emission standards?

AutotechInsight Analysis Monthly

Estimating the CO2 emission reduction potential of new braking, steering, suspension, and tire technologies against changing vehicle GHG emission limits

While countries such as the US, Japan, and mainland China have been enforcing fuel economy standards for over a decade to drive down domestic fuel consumption levels, concerns over climate change and continuously rising global average temperatures have led governments around the world to redouble efforts in cutting down domestic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to levels prescribed by the 2015 Paris Agreement. The initiative has driven regulatory agencies to roll out increasingly strict vehicle emission standards aimed at reducing fleet-wide emissions to a fraction of their current levels by the end of the decade.

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