Daimler has reached agreements costing nearly £2.3 Billion to settle civil investigations by US regulators and lawsuits from vehicle owners stemming from a probe into software to cheat diesel emissions tests.
The settlements address civil and environmental claims tied to 250,000 U.S. diesel passenger cars and vans and include claims from the Environmental Protection Agency, Justice Department, California Air Resources Board (CARB) and the California Attorney General’s Office.
First Cymru has suspended evening bus services to the Ogmore Valley.
Residents say they have been forgotten since the timetable was suspended at the end of March due Welsh Government lockdown restrictions and some have been unable to work as a result, but the bus business says it hopes to restart in September.
Neath Port Talbot council has been criticised for erecting concrete barriers along disabled parking bays in Herbert St., Pontardawe to widen walkways for pedestrians and permit greater social distancing.
The action has led to a reduction in traffic and shoppers say traders, who are already suffering from the knock on effects of the lockdown and the situation for disabled motorists is discouraging them from visiting the town.
Tata Motors has denied it is considering selling Jaguar Land Rover.
The luxury brand has been struggling with sales but Tata Motors said remains strong as it moves towards electrified, autonomous and connected technologies in future and its Destination Zero ambition.
Toyota will work with Amazon on its future mobility services platform.
The on-line giant will use its experience and knowledge to help Toyota study users’ data and drive business opportunities with related offerings.
Mazda and Toyota will jointly develop a £1.76 Billion assembly plant in Alabama.
They will product crossover models from next year amounting to a projected 300,000 models for the US.