Toyota Motor Corp., PSA/Peugeot-Citroen SA and BMW AG are the automakers closest to reaching their EU-mandated CO2 targets, according to data released yesterday by market researchers JATO Dynamics. Toyota, PSA and BMW need to cut their overall fleet emissions by seven percent or less to comply with the tougher emissions regulations, which start to take effect next year. By 2015, the industry average needs to drop to 130 grams per kilometre. The 2010 industry average was 140.9g/km, according to JATO’s analysis of 21 European markets. Meanwhile, Daimler AG, Mazda Motor Corp. and Nissan Motor Co. will need to speed up the pace of their CO2 cuts to help the industry reach the overall goal.