French emissions report omits Renault discrepancy

World | Environmental Protection

A French government report published last month omitted significant details about Renault cars emitting nitrogen oxides at levels 9 to 11 times higher than EU limits. “The report was ultimately written by the state and they decided what would remain confidential,” Charlotte Lepitre, of France Nature Environment who sat on the commission, told the Financial times.

Renault denied using software to cheat emissions testing.