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Mercedes and General Motors' Opel unit officials next week WILL face a French panel looking into the industry in the wake of the Volkswagen Group emissions scandal.

Renault executives appeared before the panel on Monday after a government probe found that some of its cars had real-world NOx emissions far above those recorded in laboratory tests.

The commission was established by France's Energy Minister, Segolene Royal, and it is currently testing 100 car models from all major automotive brands to compare on-the-road emissions with regulatory test-bench scores as it looks for any evidence of test rigging.

Denis Baupin, a member of French parliament and a member of the panel, said Mercedes and Opel would face the panel on Jan. 28.



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