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Old 18th October 2016, 17:35   #16
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On stressed engines and higher pollution - If I am not mistaken I remember a Top Gear UK episode where they ran a Prius chased by a BMW 3 series.
The BMW merely kept up with the hybrid which was driven in a scrambling manner.
The hybrid ended up burning more fuel than the BMW, and thus polluted more.
Not a scientific test, but points out the fact that small engines, when strained, pollute above their lab ratings.

I was just thinking about posting this incident and I saw your post. :lol

It was actually a M3, a 4.0L, V8 making more than 400bhp.
And yes it did give a higher rating than the Prius.
The conclusion was that it's all about the way you drive and not what you drive.

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