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Technology often is more effective in testing than in real-world use

Technology often is more effective in testing than in real-world use.

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"There is no explanation why this software was in this vehicle."

"There is no explanation why this software was in this vehicle."

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"Cars of the BMW Group are not being manipulated and are in line with the applicable legal requirements," BMW said in a statement.

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State has set its own emissions standards since 1970

EPA head Scott Pruitt was thought to be eliminating California's emissions waiver, but the Golden State's right to set its own mandates remains in place.

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Marchionne says FCA did not intentionally "set up a defeat device that was even remotely similar to what (Volkswagen) had in their cars."

The report said the costs of renewable power will continue to fall.

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"If EPA acts to weaken or delay the current standards for model years 2022-25, like California, we intend to vigorously pursue appropriate legal remedies to block such action."

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The automaker denies any wrongdoing.

Audi has already issued a recall for the same issue.

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And the cheating saved VW 1.5 billion euros it would've had to spend to comply with regulations.

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The money will go to clean up existing gas engines and invest in future electric ones.

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Move comes after EPA helped uncover VW Dieselgate.

A 99 percent federal cut to the vehicle testing budget.

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By 2020, entire city could be in Ultra Low Emission Zone.

"The air in London is lethal and I will not stand by and do nothing."

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VW already agreed to pay $4.3 billion in fines in January

Volkswagen, whose diesel-emissions scandal broke in September 2015, pleads guilty in a US District Court to obstruction of justice and conspiracy.

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Including 500 new chargers for US plug-in vehicle drivers.

Volkswagen will spend $2 billion over five years to add charging stations across the US and establish a "Green City."

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This latest settlement will cost VW $1.2 billion alone.

VW will either fix or buy back about 78,000 Volkswagens, Audis, and Porsches with V6 diesel engines.