New emission norms will be implemented for vehicles in India from April 2023, called RDE or Real Time Driving Emission Norms. It is also called Phase 2 of the BS6 emission norms.
Minor changes in petrol cars will be observed while many companies will discontinue diesel cars. Vehicles that do not meet the requirements will not be allowed to run on the roads from next year.
Real-Time Driving Emission:
A device will be installed in the vehicles to check the emission levels in the four-wheelers and commercial vehicles. As the government has now made the rule compulsory to check the emission levels in vehicles, new rules and regulations are being implemented.
To meet the advanced emission norms, vehicles will have to be fitted with a device that can monitor the emission level of a moving vehicle. In such a situation, the production cost of the company may increase. Its maximum effect will be seen on diesel cars. In such a situation, many companies are thinking of discontinuing their cars.
List of the cars:
- Hyundai: i20 Diesel, Verna Diesel,
- Tata: Altroz Diesel
- Mahindra: Marazzo, Alturas G4, KUV100
- Skoda: Octavia, Superb
- Renault Kwid 800
- Nissan Kicks
- Maruti Suzuki Alto 800
- Toyota Innova Crysta Petrol
- Honda: City 4th Gen, City 5th Gen Diesel, Amaze Diesel, Jazz, WR-V