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It's easy to imagine diesel will die in America. The troubles that started almost two years ago with the emissions scandal at Volkswagen just keep rolling on and on.
FCA believes a software update can address US regulators' contention that its diesel vehicles are producing excess emissions, a lawyer for the company said at a court hearing.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will now have to defend itself against accusations it's run afoul of environmental, safety and securities laws in the span of just a few years.
More than a quarter million US jobs are tied to the production of technologies and materials used to improve vehicle fuel economy, according to a new report.
NHTSA could impose steep fines if it determines that recalls for engine defects -- prompted by a South Korean whistleblower -- weren't conducted in a timely manner and didn't cover enough vehicles.
Fiat Chrysler filed a proposed fix to diesel engines that the company predicts will resolve negotiations with the Justice Department and other U.S. regulators over emissions levels.
Japanese suppliers Daicel and Toyoda Gosei said they will invest in each other's equity, deepening ties as both companies expand their airbag businesses.
The EU plans to launch legal action against Italy for failing to properly police allegations of emissions-test cheating by FCA, EU sources said.
Congress should initially tax automated-vehicle travel at a penny per mile to help fund necessary infrastructure improvements, a leading think tank suggests.
The death toll from this month’s deadly auction crash rose to five as a 55-year-old man died from injuries sustained during the incident.
A Maryland bill setting rules on how automakers measure dealer performance was signed into law last week.
The ostensible purpose behind federal regulation of automobiles is to avoid a patchwork of state laws.
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