The Lowdown on WLTP

The Lowdown on WLTP

Posted by

Fiona Irving

April 2018

There is a new acronym entering the motor industry: WLTP. These four letters change everything and will affect just about everyone from driver to fleet manager, and beyond. What does it stand for? And how might it affect you? This briefing document will help you understand what is (and what isn’t) known about WLTP.


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