FCA Fined $77 Million For Missing US CAFE Fuel Economy Target

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has revealed that it paid a $77 million civil penalty because its passenger cars built in the U.S. failed to meet required fuel economy targets for the 2016 model year. Bloomberg reports that the car manufacturer was the only one to pay such a penalty for 2016 MY under the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFÉ) requirements…