Authorization to develop Phase 2 of UN Global Technical Regulation No. 15
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Proposal to begin work on the second phase development of the light vehicle emissions GTR, covering:

  • Remaining items from the original authorization (WP.29/AC.3/26)
  • Open issues remaining under Phase 1b
  • Durability of internal combustion engine vehicles and electric vehicles
  • Evaporative emissions
  • Low ambient temperature emissions
  • Test procedure for the determination of additional CO2 emissions and fuel consumption from mobile air conditioning systems
  • On-board diagnostics requirements
  • Development of criteria for ex-post assessing of road load parameters (document WLTP-12-29-rev1e), and
  • “Other items” as may arise.

Reference Number: WP.29/2016/29
Origin: EU and Japan
Regarding:
Date: 7 January 2016
Proposal Status: Superseded
Related Documents:
WLTP-12-29/Rev.1 | WLTP: Study on Evaluation Criteria of Road Load Tolerance in Korea
WP.29/2016/73 | Request for authorization to develop Phase 2 of UN Global Technical Regulation No. 15
WP.29/AC.3/26 | Proposal to develop a new global technical regulation on worldwide harmonized light vehicle test procedures
WP.29/AC.3/26/Add.1 | Addendum to the proposal to develop a new GTR on worldwide harmonized light vehicle test procedures
Discussion(s):
World Forum for the Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations | Session 168 | 8-11 Mar 2016

114. The representative of the European Union informed AC.3 about the progress made by the IWG on WLTP. She mentioned that draft Amendment 1 to UN GTR No. 15 was adopted as result of Phase 1B activities at the last GRPE session in January 2016 and it will be submitted to AC.3 at its June 2016 session for further consideration.

115. The representative of the European Union presented WP.29-168-11 including some additional information to ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2016/29 on the mandate of the IWG on WLTP for Phase 2 activities. AC.3 endorsed WP.29-168-11 and requested the secretariat to distribute it with an official symbol at its June 2016 session.