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CO2 (carbon dioxide) emissions, shown in grams emitted per vehicle per kilometer. An asphyxiant gas, not classified as toxic but can cause suffocation in concentrations of 7-10%.
CO (carbon monoxide), toxic to humans when in concentrations in excess of 35 ppm (parts per million or milligrams per litre). It is a colourless, odourless and tasteless gas.
NOx (mono-nitrogen oxided), produced from the reaction of nitrogen and oxygen gases during combustion, contributing significantly towards air pollution. Not to be confused with nitrous oxide.
*Less than average: based on similar sized engines between 1891 and 2091 engines.
The following fuel emissions data outlines the official recorded CO2 emissions level for the INFINITI Q50, 2014 2.0T 19'' wheel, derived from the VCA Executive Agency of the Government's UK Department for Transport.
|Metric Urban (Cold)||8.8|
|Imperial Urban (Cold)||32.1|
|Emissions CO (mg/km)||161|
|THC Emissions (mg/km)||41|
|Emissions NOx (mg/km)||21|
|THC + NOx Emissions (mg/km)||N/a|
|Particulates (No.) (mg/km)||N/a|
|Variant||2.0T 19'' wheel|
|Electric Energy Consumption||N/a|
|Maximum Range||N/a km / N/a mi|
|Cost / 12,000 miles||N/a|
|Noise Level dB(A)||67.9|
|Date Last Changed||12 March 2015|