Marchionne: FCA may 'redirect' Mexican auto exportsMay 11
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne said proposed changes to automotive rules by the U.S. government may prompt the Italian-American automaker to shift exports of the company's Mexican-made vehicles.
Auto execs seeking to contain CAFE chaosMay 7
17 states challenge Trump administration over vehicle emissionsMay 1
U.S. lawmakers seek details from EPA on mpg rule changesApril 30
Two Democratic lawmakers asked EPA chief Scott Pruitt for documents related to proposed changes to vehicle fuel emission standards and California's authority to set its own measures, and accused him of misleading Congress of the agency's plans.
Trump aide's departure clouds CAFE outlookApril 27
Pruitt defends decision to ease fuel economy standardsApril 26
Calif. pension plan urged to divest automakers that skirt emissions rulesApril 24
A group of congressional Democrats representing California urged the state's pension system to divest stock from any automaker that follows the Trump administration's plan to relax light-vehicle emissions standards.
Review of mpg rules is necessaryApril 23
Relaxed CAFE standards could make a difficult business even tougherApril 23
Just as CAFE can often be at odds with the realities of the consumer automotive market, an overly simplistic view that all regulation is bad can be at odds with the reality of a complex global business.
EPA details rationale for rewriting CAFE standardsApril 13
New CAFE targets won't slow pace on engine r&dApril 15
The Trump administration may be intent on lowering fuel economy standards for 2022-2025 model year vehicles, but automakers said last week that it won't slow the pace of their research and development to make internal combustion engines more efficient.