Mahle Powertrain’s Michigan test facility accredited by CARB

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Mahle Powertrain’s Michigan, USA, headquarters has been accredited by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) as a facility capable of performing emissions certification testing in accordance with federal and state regulations.

The Michigan headquarters are equipped with a complete portfolio of powertrain test and development equipment, including a four-wheel-drive vehicle emissions laboratory, seven lifts, seven powertrain test cells, and wiring and instrumentation laboratory.

“Mahle Powertrain’s position as a CARB-recognized facility is a boost for the North American automotive industry,” said Hugh Blaxill, head of engineering, Mahle Powertrain North America. “At a time when the global industry is concerned with driving down tailpipe emissions, an independent facility such as our Plymouth headquarters provides manufacturers with a crucial time advantage ahead of stricter air pollution targets.”

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