is DaimlerChrysler's name for its two nitrogen oxide (NOx) reducing systems, for use in their Diesel automobile engines. One is a urea catalyst called AdBlue, the other is called DeNOx and uses an oxidising catalytic converter and particular filter combined with other NOx introduced the systems in the reducing systems.
Both systems were designed to slash emissions further than ever before. Mercedes-BenzE-Class (using the 'DeNOx' system) and GL-Class (using 'AdBlue') at the 2006 North American International Auto Show as the E 320 and GL 320 Bluetec. This system makes these vehicles 45-state and 50-state legal respectively in the United States, and is expected to meet all emissions regulations through 2009. It also makes DaimlerChrysler the only car manufacturer in the the US committed to selling diesel models in the 2007 model year.