As the market situation is not conducive for the automotive industry to get the sales numbers and the vehicles, especially the new generation emission norms Bharat Stage-VI (BS-VI) ones, the OEMs are unable to give feedback. With very few vehicles plying it is difficult for the vehicle manufacturers and the components suppliers to get feedback on BS-VI technology. However, as the Indian OEMs have done and dusted with the BS-VI regulations they are looking at next level of compliances that they have to follow, which is RDE – read driving-cycle emissions norm. Going along with times almost all the players in this eco-system are looking at offering support to OEMs to achieve these norms.
AVL has been a key player in the implementation of RDE in Europe since the very beginning, from being involved in the process since establishment of the first RDE working group in 2011 to the release of each RDE package (16/17/18/19).
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