Reuters File Photo: The Mercedes-Benz logo was unveiled at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt, Germany on September 10, 2019. Reuters / Ralph Orlovsky / File photo
BERLIN (Reuters) – The heads of a German environmental NGO have sued carmakers BMW and Daimler (OTC 🙂 for tightening their carbon emissions targets and refusing to release fossil fuel-emitting vehicles by 2030.
The NGO, Deutsche Wellethelf, confirmed to Reuters that a lawsuit had been filed on Monday evening.
In a letter to companies in early September, the companies were given until September 20 to comply with the NGO’s demands, including limiting production of internal combustion engine (ICE (NYSE :)) vehicles before 2030.
No company has yet set a deadline for ICE car production.
BMW and Daimler confirmed to Reuters on Monday that they had not complied with the NGO’s demands.
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