AD #1236 – Germany Delays CO2 Standards, Ford to Export SUVs to China, BMW 4 Series Convertible

published 6 years ago by John McElroy

A group of countries, led by Germany, just got the EU to delay a proposal that would reduce carbon dioxide emissions from cars. Ford plans to ship up to 40,000 Explorer’s and Edge’s built in the U.S. and Canada per year to China. BMW revealed the convertible version of the 4 Series. All that and more, plus Autoline Daily correspondent Sean McElroy takes a look at a vehicle that’s been hit with a number of production issues, the Jeep Cherokee.

Although lying daily is brought to you by Bridgestone your journey our passion. And by Dow automotive systems improving durability and increasing design flexibility with beta make structural and he serves at tao beta mate.com. Hello and welcome to a brand new auto line daily I'm like Austin from popular mechanics filling in for John today. But now let's take a look at today's top stories. Earlier in the year the European Union proposed to limit carbon dioxide emissions. Cars to 95 grams per kilometer by the end of the decade. But a group of countries led by Germany just got the EU to revise that rule in order to protect the competitiveness of the European auto industry during the recession. The Germans want to delay the standard until 2024 instead. Currently European automakers have to reach a goal of 130 grams of carbon dioxide per kilometer by 2015 ...

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