The Fiat Chrysler group will pool its fleet of cars with Tesla Motors in order to meet EU CO2 emission targets, the Financial Times reported on Sunday.
The loss-making American manufacturer of luxury electric vehicles will be paid hundreds of millions by the Italian group to avoid large EU fines for breaking environmental regulations. According to sector specialists, FIAT-Chrysler runs the highest risk of not meeting the target by 6.7 grammes of CO2 per kilometre.
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