PARIS (Reuters) - Tougher European car emissions tests being introduced in the wake of the Volkswagen scandal are about to bring surprising consequences: bigger engines.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European carmakers are lobbying for a three year delay to new rules that would reduce the fuel-saving claims they can make for their vehicles, according to an industry paper seen by Reuters.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU regulators proposed stricter tests on Wednesday on car fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions from late next year to plug loopholes highlighted by the Volkswagen emissions scandal.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea has expanded a probe into whether foreign carmakers besides Volkswagen AG falsified documents on emissions and noise-level tests, in the wake of the German automaker's emissions-test cheating scandal.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A tougher European testing regime following Volkswagen's emissions test cheating scandal could mean new small diesel car models are modified or withdrawn, the European auto lobby said on Wednesday.