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AutoComplete: EPA accuses Fiat Chrysler of violating Clean Air ActThe US government forms a self-driving car advisory committee, and Jaguar refreshes the F-Type.
Here's what's making news on Road Show. The Environmental Protection Agency sent Fiat Chrysler a notice of violation for a series of allegedly unreported emissions control devices in its cars. An investigation found the Jeep Grand Grand Cherokee and Ram 1500 Eco Diesel polluted above legal levels in certain situations. Now this isn't the same type of situation as with Volkswagen, which involved deliberate attempts to bypass regulations and FCA said that it will work with the EPA to resolve the matter Self-driving cars are still a ways off, but the government is trying to get ahead of the curve with a new committee focused on autonomous vehicles. Executives like GM CEO Mary Barra and Waymo CEO JOhn Krafcik will meet with academics and other executives to help prepare the country for the future of self-driving cars The first meeting takes place next week. Jaguar threw a host of updates at it's F type sports coupe for the 2018 model year. The exterior features some slight tweaks including some new headlights and the interior sports Jaguars new touch pro infotainment system. There's also a new launch edition with a 395 horsepower V6. The most powerful V6 F type to date. Find out more on these stories over on the Road Show dot com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.