An undercover program launching in Europe rates vehicles against tough new environmental tests and aims to explore the gap between manufacturers’ claims and real-world performance. Green NCAP, which initially rated 12 cars, is a consortium of European governments, motoring clubs, consumer groups and universities. The European New Car Assessment Program runs the operation, which aims to promote cars that are less polluting and more fuel- and energy-efficient by providing consumers ...

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