New TNGA Dynamic Force 2.0L engine for 2019 Corolla Hatchback smaller, more powerful than 1.8L

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At the New York International Auto Show this week, Toyota will stage the premiere of the new 2019 Corolla Hatchback. Together, the valve timing systems enhance power output and fuel economy, and cut harmful emissions. Emissions Engines Fuel Efficiency

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2019 Nissan Altima features VC-Turbo variable compression ratio engine, AWD, ProPILOT Assist

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At the New York International Auto Show, Nissan revealed the 2019 Altima. The 2019 Altima goes on sale in the US in the fall, followed by other global markets at later dates. The engine also contributes to lower NVH and improved emissions (versus the previous 3.5-liter V6).

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Mazda announces SKYACTIV-X: gasoline Spark Controlled Compression Ignition

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As part of the new technology to achieve this vision, the company disclosed plans to introduce a next-generation gasoline engine called SKYACTIV-X in 2019. Under Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030, Mazda aims to reduce corporate average well-to-wheel carbon dioxide emissions to 50% of 2010 levels by 2030, and achieve a 90% reduction by 2050. It intends to achieve this with a policy prioritizing efficiency improvements and measures for cleaner emissions that apply in the real world.

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Carnival Cruise Line signs agreement with Shell to fuel North America’s first LNG-powered cruise ships

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The two new Carnival Cruise Line vessels will be fully powered by LNG both while in port and at sea—an industry first and an environmental breakthrough that will improve air quality with cleaner emissions and produce the most efficient ships in company history. AIDAprima is the first cruise ship in the world to use LNG while in port, leading to a major reduction in emissions.

New Icon-class ships from Royal Caribbean to be powered by LNG with 2022 delivery; testing hydrogen fuel cells in 2017

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The newest class of ships from Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (RCL) will be powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) and likely will introduce the use of fuel cell technology, ushering in a new era of shipbuilding that will significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Use of the new technologies will result in much cleaner emissions, as they produce no sulfur and significantly reduce the production of NO x and particulates. Emissions Fuel Cells Hydrogen LNG Ports and Marine

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