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Approval Routes To satisfy GBTA emissions requirements for light-duty vehicles, there are planned to be two primary routes available for manufacturers: Option 1 (available now) Manufacturer applies for GBTA on the basis of holding a GB 715/2007 emissions approval (aligned…
CO2 emissions from new passenger cars registered in the UK (2021) in accordance with Regulation 2019/631 as amended 2021 Provisional data from new passenger cars (XLSX) 2021 Provisional data from pools for new passenger cars (XLSX) CO2 emissions from new light…
Information about the collection and processing of average emissions data
Guidance for The Passenger Car (Fuel Consumption and CO2 Emissions Information) Regulations
In the UK, road transport is now the largest source of CO2 emissions.
ULEVs are currently defined as having less than 75 grams of CO2 per kilometre (g/km) from the tail pipe.
This guide lists the fuel consumption, CO2, and other tail pipe emissions performance figures of new cars currently on the market in the UK
End of Series Emissions Justification Annex II - Categories M & N
Average Emission Manufacturer Form
Q: Who does the testing? A: Testing is carried out either by independent test organisations, or by the vehicle manufacturers or importers themselves, usually at their own test facilities. In the UK, and before the results are officially recognised, the…
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