That would be 40 times the allowable for a new car. Cars a few years older are allowed higher NOx etc and commercial vehicles aren't usually tested. How much NOx does the average old semi-truck that's being used for 12-24 hours a day put out over a year?
I know when I failed the smog test on a '97 Ford PU for NOx and it wasn't worth spending the money for new cats, I just bumped up the GVW and drove it until I found another truck I could afford. A '96 F150 which passed the smog test with way higher readings on NOx.
When I had a '84 Nissan diesel PU, all they tested for was opacity.