New York, Washington The U.S. Department of Justice owns the U.S. division of the car manufacturer Stellandis He was formally charged on Thursday with criminal conspiracy to manipulate emissions data from diesel vehicles. A federal district judge in Detroit scheduled a court date Friday. Stellandis did not comment.
Reuters news agency quoted locals last week as saying that the FCA US, now part of Stellandis, had reached an agreement following years of investigation. Accordingly, the company will plead guilty and settle the diesel dispute for about $ 300 million.
According to Reuters insiders, the FCA US has agreed to handle emissions levels on more than 100,000 vehicles. Jeep cars and ram pickup trucks were diesel vehicles in the model years from 2014 to 2016. The case should be concluded on the basis of settlement.
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