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Volkswagen, Peugeot Citroën and Daimler present AdBlue strategies for Euro 6

Volkswagen, Peugeot Citroën and Daimler announced their vision for Euro 6, Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology and AdBlue strategy at the IAA AdBlue symposium held on Monday, 16 September.

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Daimler unveils new Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) Euro VI TopClass 500 bus

Setra, a division of Daimler, has unveiled its new TopClass 500 Euro VI compliant three-axle coach design. The new model adheres to Euro VI legislation using Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), a Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC) and a closed-loop particulate filter in addition to...

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Euro VI compliant Mercedes Unimog and Econic to launch in fall 2013

Mercedes Benz's specialist truck range, the Unimog implement carrier, Unimog extreme off-roader and Econic brands, is scheduled to launch this fall. The trucks are currently being tested in the polar regions of Finland, as part of their extreme test driving conditions.

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Mercedes Benz announces new Euro VI truck and coach models

Mercedes Benz has announced the launch of two new Euro VI vehicles, the Atego truck and Integro coach. The Atego is a short-radius distribution truck with seven BlueTec 6 four-cylinder engine options from the OM 934 model series, and will use cooled Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) as...

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Mercedes-Benz announces new construction truck Arocs

Mercedes-Benz's new heavy-duty construction vehicle lineup launched on 28th January 2013. This is the third model of the company's heavy-duty construction vehicle line and will join its other Euro VI trucks named Actros and Antos.

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Leading vehicle manufacturers claim fuel economy regulations will not reduce CO2 emissions

Potential fuel economy regulations are not needed in the fight to reduce heavy duty vehicle CO2 emissions, according to leading OEMs speaking at Integer Research's Diesel Emissions Conference in Düsseldorf last week.

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