U.S. engine maker facing largest-ever Clean Air Act penalty over emissions test cheating accusations

Engine manufacturer Cummins Inc. has agreed to pay a $1.675 billion penalty for allegedly installing so-called “defeat devices” on approximately 1 million pickup trucks to cheat emissions tests.

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Engine manufacturer Cummins Inc. has agreed to pay a $1.675 billion penalty for allegedly installing so-called “defeat devices” on approximately 1 million pickup trucks to cheat emissions tests.
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