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In Europe, vehicle emissions are regulated by the Euro Standard legislation. Governments of different countries force automotive industries to adapt their vehicles to comply with these standards. The legislation is regularly updated to reduce vehicle emissions and control the issue of gas emissions. This study aims to examine previous regulations and adapt three different mathematical models to their market curves. The information collected proposes three possible predictions for the future Euro Standard. This will aid the anticipation of future regulations and enable adaptation to the demands of the future market of passenger cars.
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