The emission control limits for gasoline- and diesel-based powertrains are observed to considerably converge in terms of design and emissions control requirements.
Gasoline DI engines almost equate with diesel engines in particulate emissions and required aftertreatment. The integration of the GPF and TWC into a four-way catalyst is expected to become a new trend in gasoline powertrains.
b) Report methodology
2. Regulation policies
a) Global scenario
b) Criterion emissions
c) Testing regimes
d) State of diesel powertrains
e) PGM trends
3. Technology overview
a) Exhaust manifold
b) Catalytic converters
c) Gasoline particulate filters
d) Diesel particulate filters
e) SCR technology
4. Supplier analysis
a) OEM–supplier relationship matrices
d) Vitesco Technologies (Continental)
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