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New high power clean diesel for Toyota

The Toyota D-4D 180 Clean Power concept car showcases Toyota’s four-cylinder diesel technology and will be launched in 2005 in a production car. Fitted to the Clean Power concept car, it delivers the world’s lowest combined levels of nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulate matter emissions for a diesel engine, respectively 50% and 80% below Euro IV standards.

The concept uses Toyota’s D-CAT technology which is already available on the Avensis, but has 183bhp and 302lb-ft of torque.

Other vehicles on the Toyota stand will be the Prius GT prototype (right) and the revised Land Cruiser.

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