Gasoline-diesel hybrid could be key to cleaner driving

Scientists in Sweden have modified a diesel engine to work with gasoline, an adjustment they say could significantly reduce emissions and fuel consumption for vehicles on the road. The researchers at Lund University have taken a common refuelling mistake and turned it into an asset that might ultimately help truck companies meet stringent emissions reduction targets. Jim Drury saw it in action.

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