https://www.wired.co.uk/article/diesel-pollution-scandal "Fifty-one million diesel cars in Europe are still emitting three or more times the legal limit of nitrogen dioxide" I hate the fact one of my car is still diesel. Buying petrol doesn't help either, as science finds new evidence, the goal post for clean vehicle moves and you'll still be targetted to pay tax or replace your vehicle. The only way to really move forward is to go zero tailpipe emission, where if the politicians want to clean up the air, they would talk to the energy supply industry. Unlike any latest ICE innovation, where only the latest model year get greener. Every 1% emission reduction in the energy grid is 1% emission reduction to all EV's, old and new. But in early 2010, we only got the ugly Nissan Leaf and other terrible attempts at EV by ICE manufactuers. As ICE makers who happen to assemble cars, it is in their interest to keep pumping out cars that rely on ICE, it is in their interest to make sure people still feel ICE are exciting and the only option for cars, it is in their best interest to influrence policy makers and allow them to build polluting cars. ICE car manufacturers are the root of the problem. So, please, if your situation allows (have driveway, need a second family second car, etc), consider getting an EV. Their total cost of ownership is soooooo much cheaper than the sticker price suggest. SImply take your yearly fuel cost, 2/3 of that can go to paying off the shinny newer electric car because your fuel cost is going to be less than 1/3 of your efficient 50+ MPG diesel. Then there's other benefits to consider: less maintenance, instant torque, smooth and quiet ride, best of all: perfect legal cabin pre-conditioning.