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Tighter emissions leading to... bigger engines?

Europe carmakers are currently in the midst of an emissions and fuel economy crisis. According to Reuters, it seems that tougher emissions tests are on the way in the wake of the Volkswagen diesel deception. Over a handful of recent years, automakers have been steadily decreasing the size of their respective engine offerings and it hasn't had the...
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