Daimler launches US emissions probe
German automaker Daimler AG is investigating what it says are "possible indications of irregularities" in its emissions certification process at the request of the U.S. government, according to the Associated Press (AP). French auto giant PSA Group, the maker of Peugeot and Citroen cars, also said Thursday its premises had been raided by France's anti-fraud squad as part of a probe into emissions. The fraud squad said separately that the raid was prompted by harmful emission "anomalies" found in three PSA car models during pollution tests triggered by a Volkswagen emissions cheating scandal.
Mitsubishi Motors Corp's fuel economy scandal broadened on Friday after U.S. auto safety authorities said they were seeking information and following reports that the automaker submitted misleading data on at least one more model than disclosed and likely several more, according to Reuters.
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