Some car makers in Europe are struggling to meet a September 2018 deadline whereby all their vehicles will need to comply with the WLTP fuel consumption and emissions testing protocol to be eligible for sale in Europe.
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Opel has admitted to the German ministry of transport that it does indeed use emissions control software that can switch off exhaust treatment systems
The South Korean Government has announced it will fine Nissan and has ordered the recall of more than 800 new Nissan Qashqais sold in Korea after it claims tests revealed the presence of an emissions defeat device.
The German taskforce established to investigate car makers over emissions has summoned both Fiat and Opel to answer questions about emissions cheating.
PSA Peugeot Citroen has announced it will have its new vehicles independent assessed and publish real-world emissions and fuel consumption figures across its entire range.
Audi has become the first of the Volkswagen Group to issue a recall notification on vehicles fitted with EA189 family engines fitted with an emissions ‘cheat device’.