In-depth understanding of CO2 reduction technologies and calibration strategies
EconoMark carries out a series of in-depth, benchmarking assessments of the fuel economy, CO2 and regulated exhaust emissions and performance of passenger car products that are considered representative of the current technological state-of-the-art.
EconoMark enables you to:
- Support your low CO2 technology roadmap, product development strategy & prioritisation
- Benefit from full flexibility and only buy benchmarking data from the application you’re actually interested in
- Save on your benchmarking expenditure
- Enrich your database with static and dynamic benchmarking data from best-in-class fuel efficient applications
- A dedicated focus on CO2 reduction approaches
- A flexible scope of work
- No consortium membership fees or long term commitment
- A commercial model that enables this quality benchmarking service at an attractive price
VW Golf BlueMotion 1.6 TDI EA288 Euro6 – 85g/km CO2 Engine Testbed Mapping ResultsPrice on request Read more
VW Golf BlueMotion 1.4 TSI ACT – 109 g/km CO2 Gasoline Benchmarking StudyPrice on request Read more
Mercedes-Benz ML250 BlueTec Diesel Vehicle Emissions Benchmarking StudyPrice on request Read more
BMW Mini Cooper D 1.5-litre B37 3-Cylinder DieselPrice on request Read more
BMW 320d Manual Efficient Dynamics Diesel Vehicle Emissions Economark Benchmarking StudyPrice on request Read more
2013 Nissan Qashqai 1.6 dCi 130 Vehicle Emissions Economark Benchmarking StudyPrice on request Read more
2013 Mercedes ML350 OM642 Diesel Vehicle Emissions Economark Benchmarking StudyPrice on request Read more
2012 Mazda CX-5 SkyActiv D Vehicle Emissions Economark Benchmarking StudyPrice on request Read more
EconoMark benchmarking data is based on three key elements:
- Vehicle testing
- Emissions & fuel economy
- Engine testing
- Detailed engine mapping
- Friction breakdown
- Engine design benchmark
- Identification of key innovations
The consortium is open to all interested parties including OEMs and suppliers.
Vehicle selection is driven by the interests of participating members, based for example on considerations of vehicle performance and the technical attributes included in its specification.
Members rank candidate vehicles and final selection is based on the collective view of their priority for evaluation. The benchmarking process will include a full in-depth study at the vehicle and engine level with flexible content to be agreed on a case-by-case basis by the participating consortium members.
Typically, vehicle testing of emissions and fuel economy will be carried out together with performance and coast-down evaluation. Engine testing will include detailed mapping, performance testing and friction breakdown assessment. A full engine tear-down will then be used as the basis of a thorough design evaluation. Each vehicle studied by the EconoMark consortium is the subject of a detailed report outlining the results of the benchmarking process.
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