The Carbon Disclosure Project ranked responses from 16 manufacturers on three main issues: Progress toward meeting emissions standards, strategies on using self-driving technology and renewable energies, and management incentives to lower carbon...
Some critics of behavior-based safety remind me of the designer of the Titanic. They will go down with the ship before they make any design modifications.
Subaru recalled 395,000 vehicles from its domestic market last month after announcing in October that it had allowed uncertified staff to conduct inspections of some vehicles.
Volkswagen has already incurred about $30 billion in costs following its September 2015 admission that it outfitted about 11 million diesel cars worldwide with a defeat device, and the tolls keep coming.
At least one death has been blamed on defective plastic valves and handles.
The recall affects the 2011-2017 models sold here in the United States and may later be expanded to include vehicles sold in Canada, Mexico and South Korea.