Renault is hot, accused of defrauding diesel vehicle emissions tests

Renault is hot, accused of defrauding diesel vehicle emissions tests

Renault has strongly accused him of being accused of cheating on emissions tests in his diesel vehicles. Once Renault has confirmed that it has serious allegations, it has not been guilty of what it is accusing.

According to the AFP news agency, the prosecutor has accused Renault of cheating in diesel car emissions tests. But the company issued the document shortly after. “Renault has denied any wrongdoing and has been reminded that its vehicles do not have a software device for pollution control devices.”

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Allegations of using network software to manipulate emission numbers have previously harassed other automakers, including Volkswagen and Peugeot. The controversy in recent years has cost Volkswagen about 32 billion euros – penalties, legal fees, etc., have also been investigated by Peugeot.

Renault, however, says it has adhered to the rules set across France and Europe.

However, the latest charges could be a success in Renault’s image, mainly because some of its top officials, now and in the past, have been accused of regenerating emissions data.

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