U.S. President Donald Trump is meeting 10 major automakers at the White House on Friday to discuss the fate of landmark fuel efficiency standards and a looming confrontation with California and other major states.
California Air Resources Board
CARB wants to encourage lower-income buyers to choose EVs.
Volkswagen will spend $2 billion over five years to add charging stations across the US and establish a "Green City."
Feds ponder if this actually cheating.
Audi's emissions-cheating devices spread beyond its engines.
If this plan goes into effect, CARB's ZEV mandate would look quite different.
Tesla executives take California and other vehicle makers to task for not doing more to widen electric-vehicle sales.
Hillary Clinton talks to California regulators about how to possibly tweak or overhaul the renewable-fuels standard.
California may make it harder for Tesla, another automakers to earn zero-emissions credits.
The EPA and CARB are requesting fuel economy info from Mitsubishi and want the company to do additional testing on some US models.
California will boost electric, plug-in hybrid rebates for lower-income residents starting next month.
Low- to moderate-income EV buyers get an extra $1,500 in rebates, while rebates cease to exist for the highest-income earners.
It might not even be possible for VW to fix its polluting diesels, according to an official from the California Air Resources Board. The regulator may seek a compromise.
VW has a recall plan for the 3.0-liter V6 diesel, but CARB and the EPA still need to test the solution before a recall could start.
Volkswagen officials said they were sorry again for its emissions scandal, but federal and state regulators are still waiting for more than an apology.
Volkswagen and environmental regulators can't come to terms on a fix for the automaker's emissions cheating diesel engines, according to a company insider.