13 Apr '18, 1pm

Possible retrofits in Germany for dirtiest diesels could cost carmakers more

John Voelcker Apr 13, 2018 Follow John Add to circle Volkswagen TDI diesel vehicles owned by Phil Grate and family, Seattle, Washington Enlarge Photo These are not good times for the makers or owners of diesel cars, particularly in their European stronghold, where on average half of all new vehicles had been sold with diesel engines. Strict new real-world emission tests have proven hard to meet, consumers are starting to shy away from buying new diesels, and the values of used cars with diesel engines have fallen. Now, more pain for German automakers may be on the way as authorities walk the tightrope between reducing smog-causing emissions and preserving tens of thousands of jobs. DON'T MISS: Audi, Mercedes now updating European diesels for emissions; more to come? (Jul 2017) German transport minister Andreas Schuer indicated in a television interview Tuesday that carmake...

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Hydrogen fuel prices range from $12.85 to more than $16 per kilogram (kg), but the most common price is $13.99 per kg (equ...