Peugeot has been charged with fraud by French authorities, following a diesel emissions probe into vehicles sold between 2009 and 2015.
Renault is being charged for emissions cheating by French prosecutors, following an investigation that started in 2017.
A law firm has claimed that Jaguar Land Rover may have used emissions cheating devices on a number of its diesel engines.
Harcus Parker issues class action lawsuits on diesels sold between 2009 and 2018.
Vauxhall is the latest manufacturer to face claims that some of its diesel engines were fitted with emissions ‘cheating’ devices.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is the latest manufacturer to face an emissions-based legal battle in the UK, as law firm PGMBM claims the manufacturer misled customers through the use of emissions 'defeat' devices.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is being investigated for potential emissions cheating by authorities.
Renault and Nissan have been accused of emissions cheating by law firm Harcus Parker, which claims that up to 1.3 million cars could be fitted with a ‘defeat’ device.
Law firm PGMBM is preparing a group legal claim on behalf of owners of some Mercedes vehicles, over claims customers were misled about the emissions their vehicles produced.
A High Court judge has concluded that the Volkswagen Group did install illegal emissions defeat devices to its cars, ruling in favour of a class action.
A class action will aim to determine whether Volkswagen Group's emissions-reducing defeat device software was designed to defeat clean air laws.
The automotive industry could be facing a new emissions scandal as Emissions Analytics uncovers discrepancies in petrol car emissions figures.
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