The PaREGEn project will take the lead in demonstrating a new generation of gasoline direct injection engined vehicles (up to TRL7) achieving a 15% reduction in CO2 emissions through the optimal combination of advanced engine and robust aftertreatment technologies.

    Modelling and simulation software will be verified and used to improve the design and the capability of the engines. The vehicles will comply with upcoming Euro 6 RDE limits with particle number emissions measured to a 10 nm dia. size threshold.
    The project approach comprises three major elements: research for improved understanding; innovation and demonstration of new technology combinations, where the developed know-how, software and control strategies are implemented in two novel optimised gasoline engined vehicles; and independent assessment of their impact to track the progress towards reaching the targets.
    Market entry and technology roll out of the methods for development of optimal GDI engines are foreseen for 2020 and onwards.
    This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement number 723954.

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