The Internal Combustion Vehicle with Lowest Emissions

Since January 2000, the new Nissan Sentra CA is being sold on California's automobile market. With this vehicle, Nissan has accomplished a significant breakthrough: They produce the first gasoline-powered car that fulfills California's strict P-ZEV Standard (Partial Zero Emission Vehicle). A decisive factor for Nissan's success is that they successfully turned their ideas into reality at a fast pace and with great flexibility. Using TargetLink by dSPACE, their development team implemented the essential engine control components with automatically generated C code, directly from the development environment MATLAB/Simulink. TargetLink helped bring the vehicle to production stage quality within an extremely short time.

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