One of the most cost effective steps that can be taken by vehicle manufacturers to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions is to fit an electric supercharger in combination with smaller petrol (gasoline) or diesel engines and taller gearing says Controlled Power Technologies.
The device could prove in helping car makers meet EC directives to cut average CO2 emissions from new cars to 130 grams per kilometer by 2012 and to 95 grams per kilometer by 2020. This means that by 2020, new cars will have to emit on average 40 per cent less CO2 than they do today.
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