Mazda SKYACTIV Petrol Engines Emit Less CO2 than it Takes to Charge EVs
Mar 31, 2014 10:29
Mazda's SKYACTIV engines will be so green they will emit less CO2 than what is emitted in order to charge an electric vehicle. According to GreenCarReports, the new engines really do emit 30 percent less than what we're measuring.
These new SKYACTIV units will make their global debut around the year 2020.
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