Cost of mpg fuel standards could be 40% lower, report saysWed, 22, Mar 2017
Technologies such as turbochargers, advanced transmissions and lighter materials -- aluminum instead of steel, for example -- could reduce fuel efficiency compliance costs by 34 percent to 40 percent per vehicle from 2022-25, the International Council on Clean Transportation said in a new report.
Daimler employees probed in Germany for potential emissions fraudWed, 22, Mar 2017
Fiat Chrysler faces French probe for emissions violations, report saysTue, 21, Mar 2017
VW hurries new EVs to meet CO2 targetsTue, 21, Mar 2017
Volkswagen must have the first of its I.D. purpose-built electric cars on sale in 2020 to achieve CO2 reduction targets in Europe and China, company executives say. VW plans to approve in August the design of the first vehicle, a Golf-sized hatchback based on the I.D. concept.
A German port pushes back against Trump's tough talk on tradeFri, 17, Mar 2017
Germany's Bremerhaven port once handled some 700,000 vehicles a year. That tally has since surged to 2.1 million, fueled by a sharp increase in trade. But President Trump's tough talk on foreign trade has many German workers worried.
Natural gas vehicles a practical solutionMon, 20, Mar 2017
California defends clean car standards as Trump brakesThu, 16, Mar 2017
Executives tout mobility center for Trump, but not potential fundingThu, 16, Mar 2017
Trump courts Detroit's divided unionWed, 15, Mar 2017
President Donald Trump returned to one of American labor's last remaining strongholds with a message that could drive a wedge between long Democratic-leaning union leadership and members that are breaking ranks.
White House plan to review vehicle emissions targets draws criticismWed, 15, Mar 2017
President Trump's plan to reassess strict U.S. light-vehicle emissions standards drew criticism from Democrats and environmental groups who accused him of risking more carbon emissions and higher fuel costs.
President gives automakers year to push for reset of mileage rulesWed, 15, Mar 2017
Automakers will get another year to dispute fuel economy standards the Trump administration will scrutinize, overruling an Obama-era ruling that the industry is capable of meeting tougher mileage and emissions rules.