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EPA Won’t Back Down From Ethanol Requirements. What Do Automakers Say?

EPA Won’t Back Down From Ethanol Requirements. What Do Automakers Say?

The EPA won’t be giving out any waivers to allow oil refiners to avoid upcoming ethanol requirements, which may also have an impact on the automakers that have concerns.

Fiat Chrysler to Modify 100,000 Vehicles, Strives to Reach Settlement w/EPA

Fiat Chrysler to Modify 100,000 Vehicles, Strives to Reach Settlement w/EPA

Fiat Chrysler (FCA), attempting to reach a settlement with US regulators following studies that show the automaker installed emissions-cheating software, has said that it will modify around 100,000 diesel vehicles. While the situation is similar to the Volkswagen emissions cheating scandal, FCA is unlikely to have to pay as much as that company, … Read more »

VW Beginning to Face Serious Cash-flow Consequences of Emissions-Cheating Scandal

VW Beginning to Face Serious Cash-flow Consequences of Emissions-Cheating Scandal

An “unprecedented cash drain” as a result of Volkswagen’s emissions-cheating scandal has required the automaker to strip costs and revive returns at its largest division, the VW brand (via Bloomberg). Despite the lingering fallout from Volkswagen AG’s emissions-cheating scandal, the automaker is reporting a sharp rise in first-quarter profit, according to … Read more »

Automakers to Trump: Reverse Fuel Efficiency Rules

Automakers to Trump: Reverse Fuel Efficiency Rules

General Motors, Ford, Toyota and 15 other major automakers have urged President Donald Trump to reverse a decision by the Obama administration to lock in fuel efficiency rules for model years 2022-2025 cars and light trucks.