AD #1901 – CARB Rejects VW’s 3.0L Diesel Fix, Mazda Expands Use of SKYACTIV, Ford Experiments with Collaborative Robots

published 3 years ago by John McElroy

- CARB Rejects VW’s 3.0L Diesel Fix - Consumer Reports Calls on Tesla to Disable Autopilot - Mazda Expands SKYACTIV to Vehicle Dynamics - 2017 Hyundai Elantra Sport - Ford Experiments with Collaborative Robotics - U.S. and EU Could Save Billions Harmonizing Regulations

And today you shall carb rejects Volkswagen 3 liter diesel fix Consumer Reports calls on Tesla to disable auto pilot and Ford experiments with collaborative robotics. All that and more coming right up. Online dating. This is not a line daily for July 14 for 2016. Last month Volkswagen was fine nearly $15000000000 by the U. S. government because it equipped it's 2 liter diesel engines with a mission cheating software. However the company still has not reached a settlement regarding its 3 leader diesels rigged with the software. And it's going to drag out a little longer yesterday the California air resources board rejected the company's proposal to fix the engines that are equipped in 85000 VW's Audi's and Porsches. If there isn't a resolute ...

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