BS VI Explained

BS VI or Bharat Stage IV is the latest emission legislations implemented by Indian Government that came into effect from April 1, 2020.

With this implementation, the Indian Government has regulated the amount of pollutants coming out of the exhaust of vehicles. These harmful pollutants are predominantly particulate matter (soot particles) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) which need to be reduced and controlled.

BS VI norms must be complied by any new on-road vehicle built and registered from April 1, 2020.

It is applicable for cars, trucks, buses, three-wheelers and two-wheelers (motorcycles, scooters and mopeds). This emission norm does not apply to off-highway equipment and vehicles such as tractors, back-hoe loaders, excavators, etc.

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Since the implementation of BS VI, collaboration channels between lubricant businesses, auto makers and other ecosystem partners have shifted.

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BS VI and a New Era for the Indian Automotive Industry

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At the 13th ICIS Asian Base Oils & Lubricants Conference, Lubrizol discussed the existing heavy-duty vehicle parc in Asia.