Many governments and environmental agencies are establishing strict emission norms and legislation in response to rising environmental concerns which are expected to boost the production cost of fuel-efficient diesel engines in the coming years. As a result, growth in the new commercial vehicle diesel engine category is expected to be slow in the short future. Furthermore, traditional fossil-fuel-powered commercial vehicles particularly trucks and buses are contributing to increased transportation emissions. The advent of fuel cell commercial vehicles which are considered low- or zero-emission vehicles is expected to reduce heavy commercial vehicle emissions. The automobile sector is changing quickly as a result of globalization. Electric car use has reduced pollution to some extent, and this is expected to be a significant driver of the growth of the automotive drivetrain market.
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