Executive Analysis of Passenger Vehicles’ Engine Downspeeding in the European and North American Markets

Downspeeding: A Fuel Economy Enhancement Tool for Automakers

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The Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) regulations in North America stipulate a fleet average target of 54.5 miles per gallon for OEMs to achieve by year 2025. The Association des Constructeurs Européens d'Automobiles agreement in Europe stipulates the CO2 emissions to reduce to 95 gm/km for vehicle fleets in Europe by year 2020. Downspeeding of engines is a strategic tool for OEMs to improve fuel efficiency and reduce carbon dioxide emissions. This study provides an overview and potential impact of downspeeding on the North American and the European passenger car markets by year 2020.

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