German prosecutors probe Porsche board member over emissionsApril 18
VW diesel lawsuits in Fla., Utah dismissed by federal judgeApril 17
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.
VW's top labor representative backs Diess as new CEOApril 13
CARB's Nichols isn't going to stop for TrumpApril 12
What did Obama's EPA get so right?April 16
I read “On emissions rule, we got it right in 2012” expecting to see some factual data on why Gina McCarthy believes the previous administration “got it right.” Did they properly consider the fleet mix, gas prices, the economy, etc.?
California: Emissions deal with EPA could be doableApril 10
FCA, U.S. talks advance over emissions settlementApril 10
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is in advanced settlement talks with the Justice Department and California Air Resources Board over accusations that the company illegally used software that led to excess emissions in 104,000 diesel vehicles sold since 2014, a court-appointed adviser said.
California now a battleground stateApril 9
Increasing sales of ZEVs beyond CaliforniaApril 9
Trump seeks stiffer emissions rules for U.S. light-vehicle importsApril 6
The Trump administration is considering ways to require imported automobiles to meet stricter environmental standards in order to protect U.S. automakers, according to two sources familiar with the matter.