With some tinkering, it's possible to bypass emissions controls on diesel vehicles.
Mazda Diesel Still On Tap, But Performance Must Be Suitable, Exec Says
Mazda still doesn't think the Skyactiv-D diesel engine's performance is up to snuff.Stephen Edelstein
Mazda 6 Diesel Sedan Still Planned, But More Oomph Needed, Company Says
Mazda says its Skyactiv-D engine doesn't have the necessary "Zoom-Zoom."Stephen Edelstein
Are Diesel Cars In Europe Starting A Long Slow Decline?
A few weeks back, we looked at the numbers showing diesel sales in the U.S. increasing, just as hybrids are becoming more popular in Europe. That's a shift from current preferences, which sees more than half of European car sales fitted with diesel engines, but more hybrids sold in the U.S. than...Antony Ingram
Pee Power: Could Urine Help Charge EVs?
Could a compound in urine be used to generate electricity, even for vehicles? It's a possibility. According to a report, two postdocs at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland, are generating electricity with a new type of fuel-cell prototype—one that uses urea, or carbamide, a...Bengt Halvorson