RDE and WLTP Testing Requirements in Europe and Technology Roadmap for Compliance

RDE and WLTP Testing Requirements in Europe and Technology Roadmap for Compliance

Technology Roadmap and Powertrain System Penetration in the New Real-world Driving Test Environment

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03-Jan-2017
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Europe
Research Code: 9AB2-00-64-00-00
SKU: AU01425-EU-MR_19291

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Nearly all European Union (EU) citizens are exposed to levels of air pollution the World Health Organization considers harmful to health, resulting in an estimated 0.41 million premature deaths and €1 trillion in losses to the EU annually. Although the emissions limits for motor vehicles (Euro Standards) have been progressively tightened, the obsolete tests and optimization and circumvention strategies deployed by vehicle manufacturers have failed to deliver real-world improvements. To rectify this situation, the European Commission has mandated a new real-world driving (RDE) test to complement the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) dynamometer test. Additionally, the EU is planning to replace NEDC test with the newly established Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedures (WLTP).
The new realistic real-world driving emissions tests require driving with greater transient events and higher rate of speed and acceleration/deceleration. The new tests will favor technologies that provide relatively stable efficiency across their dynamic range, particularly during transient state. The Frost & Sullivan analysis provides insights on the technology roadmap and technology adoption and penetration outlook for different powertrain systems and technologies. The propulsion systems analyzed include gasoline, diesel, hybrid-electric, plug-in electric, and fuel-cell electric engines. Different types of transmissions are also analyzed, including manual, stepped automatic, CVT, and DCT.

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Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Urban Air Quality and Risks in Europe, 2015–2020

Regulations Roadmap for Light Vehicle Emissions in Europe

Global Light Vehicle Fleet CO2 Emission Standards

Vehicle Type Approval and Certification Test Procedure Roadmap

Potential Impact of Migrating from NEDC to WLTP

Advanced Technologies for Implementation through 2025

Advanced Technologies for Implementation through 2025 (continued)

Powertrain Technology Roadmap—Gasoline ICE

Powertrain Technology Roadmap—Diesel Exhaust After-treatment

Exhaust After-treatment System Penetration Forecast

The CO2 Emission Control—Retrospection and Future Outlook

Automatic Transmission Market—Transmission Technology Roadmap

Global Hot Spots—Transmission Per Cent Volume Snapshot

Internal Combustion Engine Technology Forecast

Global Powertrain Mix—Unit Shipment by Region Snapshot

Diesel Sales Outlook for Europe

Powertrain Electrification Outlook

Electrified Powertrain Outlook

Battery Technology Roadmap

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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Nearly all European Union (EU) citizens are exposed to levels of air pollution the World Health Organization considers harmful to health, resulting in an estimated 0.41 million premature deaths and €1 trillion in losses to the EU annually. Although the emissions limits for motor vehicles (Euro Standards) have been progressively tightened, the obsolete tests and optimization and circumvention strategies deployed by vehicle manufacturers have failed to deliver real-world improvements. To rectify this situation, the European Commission has mandated a new real-world driving (RDE) test to complement the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) dynamometer test. Additionally, the EU is planning to replace NEDC test with the newly established Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedures (WLTP). The new realistic real-world driving emissions tests require driving with greater transient events and higher rate of speed and acceleration/deceleration. The new tests will favor technologies that provide relatively stable efficiency across their dynamic range, particularly during transient state. The Frost & Sullivan analysis provides insights on the technology roadmap and technology adoption and penetration outlook for different powertrain systems and technologies. The propulsion systems analyzed include gasoline, diesel, hybrid-electric, plug-in electric, and fuel-cell electric engines. Different types of transmissions are also analyzed, including manual, stepped automatic, CVT, and DCT.
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Author Prajyot Sathe
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