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Figure 2: Nissan calculation from Nissan Green Program 2010 www.nissan-global.com
Figure 5: adapted from figure 4 in 'Strategies Towards Meeting Future Particulate Matter Emission Requirements in Homogeneous Gasoline Direct Injection Engines'(Walter Piock, Guy Hoffmann, Axel Berndorfer, Patick Salemi and Bernd Fusshoeller, Delphi Powertrain Systems), Luxembourg © SAE International 2011
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Figure 14: photograph of Nissan Leaf by Steven Lines, Milton Keynes Council
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Figure 17: American Honda Motor Co, Inc.
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