Ford has already put forward a new emission test plan for the Ranger, but still needs to be approved by regulators. Other vehicles are likely to follow, but we do not know which ones are currently specific. Ford is likely to face severe financial sanctions for emissions violations. "When people do not follow the rules and create more pollution … we catch them, we will hold them responsible," said EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler.
Unlike Volkswagen, we can confirm that there are no so-called Slaughter facilities involved in this situation, but the way the car manufacturer tests new car emissions. This method, at least according to the whistleblower, yields inaccurate results.