A recall has been ordered for Adam and Corsa models in Germany.
Authorities believe 210,000 models may exceed NO2 levels in real world conditions across Europe and that’s likely to include thousands sold in the UK.
There are hopes that FCA will be able to revive its bid for a deal with Renault, subject to Nissan support.
The French Government would have to approve the possible deal as well but is known to demand French car workers jobs are safe.
PSA group is looking at two locations to assemble batteries for future electric models.
It has signalled its intention to make them in Slovakia, and Spain at a later date.
A hybrid electric van based on the TX London Cab has been unveiled.
It can do 80 miles on a charge and then 377 miles on conventional fuel.
VW will guarantee its ID family of batteries for vehicles for eight years or 100,000 miles.
It is also working with a supplier to offer rapid chargers for each buyer.
Some 71.4 per cent of van operators intend to use electric vehicles in their fleets this year, according to FTA’s 2019 Logistics Report, launched in association with Santander Corporate and Commercial Banking.
FTA, the organisation representing the logistics industry, is calling on government to recognise this shift in intention and increase its investment into electric vehicle affordability, to ensure that the changes can happen quickly and efficiently.
Cazana and Experian announced their new partnership in the UK Financial Services and Banking sectors.
Experian is adding Cazana’s award-winning vehicle valuation data to its customer credit data to enable innovative vehicle lenders to understand the risk of both the customers and the vehicles they offer finance on.