Groupe Renault acknowledges the decision to communicate the DGCCRF’s conclusions to the public prosecutor in the scope of the “diesel” matter
Concurrently with the works of the independent technical commission, the DGCCRF has conducted investigations concerning the automotive industry, of which Renault was informed in January 2016.
09 November 2016 18:25
The DGCCRF has decided to communicate its conclusions to the Public Prosecutor, who now has to decide the steps to be taken, as the case may be.
Groupe Renault reasserts its determination to enforce its rights to defend the company’s corporate interest, as well as its employees and shareholders.
In this respect, the Group reminds its constant position:
1- Renault complies with French and European regulations.
2- Renault vehicles are all and have always been homologated in accordance with the laws and regulations. They are compliant with the applicable standards.
3- Renault vehicles are not equipped with cheating software affecting anti-pollution systems.
4- The States, European Commission, Regulation Authorities and automotive manufacturers all share the opinion that the requirements of the applicable regulations need to be strengthened. This is the purpose of the future Euro6d Regulation.
Groupe Renault reminds that in March 2016 it submitted to the panel of the independent technical commission a complete nitrogen oxide (NOx) emission reduction plan for its Euro6b diesel vehicles in customer use, which has been deemed transparent, satisfactory and credible.
About Groupe Renault
Renault has been making cars since 1898. Today it is an international group that sold more than 2.8 million vehicles through 12,000 sales outlets in 125 countries in 2015. Groupe Renault employs more than 120,000 people, and runs 36 manufacturing facilities worldwide. To address the major technological challenges of the future and pursue profitable growth, Renault has four primary focuses: international development; complementary coverage across its three brands (Renault, Dacia and Renault Samsung Motors); electric vehicles; and its unique alliance with Nissan. With its new Formula One team and front-line profile in Formula E, Renault practises motor sport as a powerful force behind innovation, image and brand recognition.