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PSA Peugeot Citroën et deux ONG publient les premiers résultats de consommation en usage réel

A l’occasion du Salon de Genève 2016, PSA Peugeot Citroën tient ses engagements de transparence vis-à-vis de ses clients en publiant les premiers résultats de consommation en usage réel de trois de ses modèles. Cette initiative est une première mondiale dans l’industrie automobile. Ces résultats sont issus du protocole d’essais défini avec les ONG Transport & Environment (T&E) et France Nature Environnement (FNE), audités par Bureau Veritas. Ce protocole fiable confirme la consommation en usage réel des clients PSA, ainsi que les résultats de la base de données indépendantes d’enquêtes clientèles.

Published on March 1, 2016 - 09:08

PSA Peugeot Citroën and NGOs publish results of first real-world fuel economy test

PSA Peugeot Citroën is fulfilling its transparency commitments to customers. In connection with the 2016 Geneva International Motor Show, it is releasing the initial results on real-world fuel consumption for three models. This initiative is a world first in the automotive industry .The results come from a test procedure established with two non-governmental organizations, Transport & Environment (T&E) and France Nature Environment (FNE), and are audited by Bureau Veritas. This protocol confirms the real-world fuel consumption of PSA customers, as well as the results of the independent data bases.

Published on March 1, 2016 - 09:01

Fiat to modify engines after tests show ‘extreme’ NOx levels

Fiat’s 500X diesel car is the latest to come under suspicion for emitting levels of pollutants that are well over the amounts recorded in official testing. T&E’s German member DUH has published the results of an analysis on the compact SUV, saying the officially recorded emissions levels are ‘technically not plausible’. Fiat denies the car breaches Euro 6 rules, but has agreed to a modification of its engines.

Published on February 29, 2016 - 10:08

Car and truckmakers want €520bn red-carpet treatment for their vehicles

Leaked plans by car and truckmakers to cut carbon emissions of their vehicles in Europe – by resurfacing all roads in the EU at a cost of more than €520 billion – have been criticised as an abdication of the sector’s climate responsibility. Industry body ACEA’s ‘Joining forces’ initiative calls for greater efficiencies through major investments such as in lower rolling resistance tarmac, but fails to identify new CO2 standards for vehicles.

Published on February 29, 2016 - 09:44

How the European car industry plans to meet the climate challenge

In this briefing T&E looks at a new study that highlights the key role CO2 standards for cars, vans and trucks in 2025 and 2030 will play in meeting climate goals for 2030. T&E also analyses a report by the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) which again looked at ways to reduce road transport's greenhouse gas emissions.

Published on February 15, 2016 - 18:25

Commission Royal: Des premiers résultats très alarmants

Suite au scandale Volkswagen, une commission indépendante dite « Commission Royal » a été constituée afin de tester les émissions de 100 véhicules diesel. Membres de cette commission, France Nature Environnement (FNE) et le Réseau Action Climat (RAC) proposent un premier retour concernant les travaux de cette commission.

Published on February 11, 2016 - 09:59

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