According to a recent study, diesel fuel is “poised to take on an even greater role in the U.S. transportation market.” The report was released last Wednesday by the Diesel Technology Forum in conjunction with the United States Department of Energy’s 2010-2011 Winter Fuels Outlook Conference. During the conference Margo Oge, director of transportation and air quality for the EPA said the “historic” new regulatory standards on truck emissions would be released “soon” and “will address energy security, climate change and will be a win-win situation.”
Nissan has developed a brand new, high-tech V6 diesel engine to power future Nissan luxury off-roaders and LCVs beyond 2010. Key attributes of the engine include its muscular power delivery, impressive environmental credentials, quietness and smoothness.
Audi, Rentech Inc., and the Green Car Journal joined forces to drive two Audi A3 TDIs in the “Eureka! Diesel Driving the Future” journey to Sacramento.