Italian-American automaker Fiat Chrysler admitted today that it is in the United States and in other countries under investigation against the company for possible violations of standards in relation to the exhaust gas with diesel-fueled vehicles.
In January, the US Agency for Environmental Protection and the Committee on the air resources from California said that Fiat Chrysler when submitting applications for permission to sell did not report specific strategies to control emissions.
According to the report on the operations of the company, is objectionable about 104,000 vehicles. Among the disputed vehicles are models Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Ram 1500 manufactured in 2014, 2015 and 2016, with three-liter diesel engines assembled and sold in America.
In its annual report the Fiat Chrysler said the company is faced with investigations, subpoenas and requests for disclosure of information from several state administration, including the US Department of Justice, the Commission on Security and exchange office and state prosecutors in several states.
The report points out that the company already cooperates with Dutch, Italian and German authorities and is awaiting an invitation from the state prosecutor of France.