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Brussels wants the EU to become one of the world's top lithium battery producers as part of its push to get more electric cars on Europe's roads.
Car of the Year 2021: Toyota Yaris hybrid wins prestigious prize
Toyota's fourth-generation Yaris scooped the coveted Car of the Year 2021 Award ahead of six other finalists.
German water utility pulls plug on Tesla over unpaid bills
Tesla is building its first European factory outside the German capital and aims to eventually build 500,000 electric vehicles there.
EU argues against US metal tariffs at WTO
In a public hearing at the World Trade Organization, the European Union has launched a case against the United States over metal tariffs imposed in 2018. It is the first of a series of cases brought to the Geneva-based trade body by countries hit by those measures.
The Brief: The EU receives Brexit proposal from Britain
According to an EU executive, Britain has finally sent the EU its proposal for Brexit. Now it remains a waiting game as October 31 quickly approaches.
Fiat to pool with Tesla to reduce emissions average and avoid EU fines
EU emissions reduction targets get much tougher next year with average emissions for a carmaker's fleet limited at 95 grams per kilometre.
European Parliament backs legislation to reduce CO2 emissions by 2030
MEPs voted in favour of legislation that would lower emission allowances for vehicles.
EU agrees to reduce CO2 emissions
The European Union has committed to reducing CO2 emissions from trucks and buses by 30 percent by the year 2030.
European car imports spike European-US tension
Following an agreement between European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and US President Donald Trump in summer 2018, Europeans are concerned about the imposition of tariffs on cars.
Several diesel brands emit more than VW: report
Several diesel car brands emit higher levels of pollution than Volkswagen, a study by environmental group Transport and Environment has found, one year after the 'Dieselgate' scandal.
EU seeks greater powers to police car industry after VW row
EU regulators want more powers to fine carmakers for faulty vehicles after the Volkswagen scandal. They want to be able to fine companies 30,000
Europe's carmakers 'tricking' drivers on fuel efficiency, new report claims
Europe’s carmakers are taking their customers for ride by tricking them into believing their vehicles are more fuel-efficient than they actually are
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