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2013 ( 

;afes 

status 

-AM Manu 

facturers 

> 






D. Good 8/22/2014 




















Wfr Name 

Mfr Code 

Associa¬ 
tion (on 
7/1/13} 

Cate-gory 

Code 

Category 

Production 

Volume 


Official 

CAFE 

MPG 

CAFE 

(Footprint) 

Standard 

Domestic 

Pass Cars 
MIN Std 

Baseline MPG 
(w/o AMFA 
credit) 

EPA Letter 
Date 

CAFE includes the following Vehicles: 


Potential Penalties 


^ston Martin 

70 

GA 

2 

Import car 

364 


20.1 

34.0 


NA 

8/1/2014 



$278,278.00 


3MW 

120 

Alliance 

2 

Import car 

303,319 


33.1 

33.2 


NA 

8/7/2014 

R134a; Mini, Rolls Royce; 


$1,668,254.50 



120 


7 

Light Truck 

98,969 


25.8 

27.0 


NA 

8/7/2014 

R134a 


$6,531,954.00 


3YD 



2 

Import car 

32 


223.3 

32.4 


NA 

8/22/2014 

BYD is a Chinese EV mfr; 




Coda 



2 

Import car 

37 


254.0 

36.5 


NA 

8/14/2014 

Although a SMV (in Chaper 11 Bankrupcy) Coda did submit CAFE 




Chrysler-see Fiat 

20 

Alliance 


Domestic car & l 

.ight Truck 









included in Fiat 


-errari-see Fiat 

220 

GA 

2 

Import car 










included in Fiat 


-iat {Chrysler LLC, 

826 


1 

Domestic car 



31.1 

31.8 

31.4 

29.9 


Chrysler vehs only; Penalty likely will be offset by previous credits 


$0.00 


-errari, Maserati) 



2 

Import car 



19.0 

30.9 


NA 


1510 Ferraris & 2472 Maseratis only; No Alfa Romeo models sold 


$0.00 





7 

Light Truck 



24.3 

25.5 


23.1 


Chrysler trucks only; Penalty likely will be offset by previous credits 


$0.00 


r ord 

30 

Alliance 

1 

Domestic car 



35.7 

33.2 

31.4 

34.5 


Includes Roush Mustangs (NHTSA approved in previous years); 
Excludes CrownVic (?) police (emergency) vehs. 





30 


2 

Import car 



31.3 

31.7 


NA 


Transit Connect wagons, only. 





30 


7 

Light Truck 



24.3 

24.2 


23.1 






General Motors 

40 

Alliance 

1 

Domestic car 

1,373,432 


33.6 

33.6 

31.4 

32.4 

8/15/2014 

R134a, except 42,724 Cadillac XTS & XTS Hearse/Limos used 
R1234YF; 27,484 Volts; Excluded 6038 police vehicles; 





40 


2 

Import car 

0 


NA 

NA 


NA 







40 


7 

Light Truck 

913,765 


23.8 

24.3 


22.6 

8/15/2014 

R 134a; Penalty will be offset by previous model year credits 


$25,128,537.50 


Honda 

260 

GA 

1 

Domestic car 

881,031 


39.1 

33.9 

31.4 

NA 

8/22/2014 

R134a 





260 


2 

Import car 

140,769 


41.8 

36.0 


NA 

8/22/2014 

R134a, except Fit EV used R1234YF; 471 Fit Evs 





260 


7 

Light Truck 

472,569 


28.5 

27.5 


NA 

8/22/2014 

R134a 




Hyundai 

265 

GA 

2 

Import car 












3 

265 


7 

Light Truck 








No Hyundai Entourages-they are included in Kia CAFE 




Jaguar/Land Rover 

305 

Alliance 

2 

Import car 

16,051 


26.2 

30.9 


NA 

8/1/2014 

R134a; CAFE was 23.7 in 2012 


$4,149,183.50 


460 


7 

Light Truck 

47,510 


21.5 

27.9 


NA 

8/1/2014 

R134a; CAFE was 20.2 in 2012; Produced 14,379 Evoques in 2013 


$16,723,520.00 


<ia Motors 

338 

GA 

2 

Import car 













338 


7 

Light Truck 








Hyundai Entourage (made by Kia)-NHTSA OK’d for 2009 




_otus 

350 


2 

Import car 

170 


26.8 

35.1 


NA 

7/31/2014 



$77,605.00 


Via sera ti-see Rat 

360 

GA 

2 

Import car 










included in Fiat 


Vlazda 

560 

Alliance 

1 

Domestic car 

0 


NA 

NA 

31.4 

NA 


Mazda didn't produce any Domestic passenger cars in 2012 or 







2 

Import car 

164,862 


39.4 

34.8 


NA 

8/8/2014 






560 


7 

Light Truck 

61,093 


30.4 

28.1 


NA 

8/8/2014 





VIcLaren 


GA 

2 

Import car 

412 


24.0 

33.2 


NA 

7/31/2014 



$208,472.00 


Vlercedes Benz 

200 

Alliance 

2 

Import car 



29.3 

32.3 


28.4 




$0.00 


(Daimler) 

200 


7 

Light Truck 



23.9 

26.0 


23.1 




$0.00 


Vlitsubishi 

490 

Alliance 

2 

Import car 

32,654 


35.2 

35.0 


NA 

8/41/2014 






490 


7 

Light Truck 

13,754 


33.2 

29.5 


NA 

8/14/2014 





Missan 

380 

GA 

1 

Domestic car 

654,040 


41.4 

33.5 

31.4 

NA 

8/8/2014 

R134a only, Altima, Maxima, Sentra, Versa, Xterra models; 





380 


2 

Import car 

265,607 


34.4 

34.1 


NA 

8/8/2014 

R134a; Includes 26,167 Leafs in 2013 





380 


7 

Light Truck 

32,970 


27.1 

27.0 


26.5 

8/8/2014 

R134a 




D orsche -see VW 

420 

Alliance 

2 

Import car 






NA 


Porsche is included in the VW CAFE for 2013MY 





420 


7 

Light Truck 






NA 


Porsche is included in the VW CAFE for 2013MY 




Subaru (Fuji) 

660 

GA 

1 

Domestic car 



NA 

NA 

31.4 

NA 







660 


2 

Import car 

145,705 


36.0 

34.7 


NA 

8/22/2014 






660 


7 

Light Truck 

211,326 


33.3 

29.2 


NA 

8/22/2014 





Suzuki 

540 

GA 

2 

Import car 

10,427 


33.6 

35.9 


NA 

8/14/2014 

R134a; Penalty will be offset by previous credits 


$1,319,015.50 



540 


7 

Light Truck 

1,116 


26.7 

29.4 


NA 

8/14/2014 

R134a; Grand Vitara 4WD only; Penalty will be offset by previous 


$165,726.00 


Tesla 

TSL 


1 

Domestic car 

17,813 


277.7 

31.4 

31.4 

NA 

8/6/2014 





T oyota 

570 

Alliance 

1 

Domestic car 

698,977 


36.4 

33.9 

31.4 

NA 

8/22/2014 

R134a; Toyota Corolla, Camry, Avalon, Venza & Lexus RX350 





570 

& GA 

2 

Import car 

648,459 


44.4 

34.1 


NA 

8/22/2014 

R134a; 10,300 Prius PHEVs, 92 Scion iQ Evs; 737 RAV4 
Evs;lncludes Scion FR-S (joint venture veh) made by Subaru-OK’d 





570 


7 

Light Truck 

915,658 


26.0 

26.5 


25.5 

8/22/2014 

R134a; Toyota, Lexus models 


$25,180,595.00 


Volkswagen Group 

590 

Alliance 

1 

Domestic car 

128,931 


35.0 

32.8 

31.4 

NA 

8/7/2014 

R 134a; Passat models only 





590 


2 

Import car 

452,538 


34.0 

34.4 


33.0 

8/7/2014 

R 134a; VW, Audi, Porsche, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, 


$9,955,836.00 



590 


7 

Light Truck 

68,414 


28.3 

27.1 


27.1 

8/7/2014 

R 134a; VW, Audi; Porsche 




Volvo 

600 

Alliance 

2 

Import car 

42,072 


30.1 

33.1 


NA 

8/1/2014 

R134a 


$6,941,880.00 



600 


7 

Light Truck 

31,282 


25.1 

27.6 


NA 

8/1/2014 

R134a 


$4,301,275.00 






Total: 

8,846,128 







Total potential penalties: 


$ 102 , 630 , 132.00 


Minimum Domesti 

c standar 

Is: 

2011 

2012 

2,013 


2014 

2015 

2016 

2017 









27.8 

30.7 

31.4 


32.1 

33.3 

34.7 

36.7 


» 

Estimrstod total penalties riot covered by previous credits: 


iFTHi | 


'Jotes: 



















2018 

2,019 

2020 


2021 

2022 

2023 

2024 

2025 








38.0 

39.4 

40.9 


42.7 

44.7 

46.8 

49.0 

51.3 






VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014893 




















To: ross.gatzke@porsche.us[ross.gatzke@porsche.us] 

Cc: walter.lewis@porsche.us[walter.lewis@porsche.us]; Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

From: Good, David 

Sent: Fri 8/22/2014 11:40:30 PM 

Subject: re: 2015 FE Guide - Data EPA's database as of Aug 22, 2014 for your review; on Aug 28, 2014 

I will send error free Verify data to DOE for the 2015 Printed Guide & the web 

Porsche 2015 FEGuide-all rel dates-no-sales-8-22-2014.xlsx 


Ross, 


re: 2015 FE Guide - Data EPA's database as of Aug 22, 2014 for your review; on Aug 28, 2014 I will send 
error free Verify data to DOE for the 2015 Printed Guide & the web 


Attached are the data in Verify as of August 22, 2014 for your review. Labels with pea green fill in the 
first few columns have errors which need to be corrected before I can have the data posted on 
www.fueleconomv.aov or included in the 2015 Printed Guide. This file doesn’t include label information 
for EV, PHEV, or fuel cell vehicles. I’ll send them to you next week (for any new labels). 


Please make any needed corrections to Verify when you get a chance. 


I’m out of the office on Monday (8/25) but back on Tuesday. 


Thanks 


Dave 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014894 




EPA comrrVERIFY 


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2015 Po 
2015Po 
2015Po 
2015Po 
2015Po 
2015Po 
2015Po 
2015Po 

2015Po 
2015Po 
2015Po 

2015Po 
2015Po 

2015Po 

2015Po 
2015Po 
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2015Po 

2015Po 
2015Po 

2015Po 
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911 CarrerPRX 

102 

3.4 

911 CarrerPRX 

101 

3.4 

911 CarrerPRX 

110 

3.4 

911 CarrerPRX 

109 

3.4 

911 Carrer#R)CabrioIet 

112 

3.4 

911 Carrer#R)CabrioIet 

111 

3.4 

911 CarrerSm 

114 

3.8 

911 CarrerPRX 

113 

3.8 

911 CarrerPRX 

116 

3.8 

911 CarrerPRX 

115 

3.8 

911 CarrerPRX 

104 

3.4 

911 CarrerPRX 

103 

3.4 

911 Carrer^BX 

106 

3.8 

911 CarrerPRX 

105 

3.8 

911 CarrerPRX 

108 

3.8 

911 Carrer^BXZabriolet 

107 

3.8 

911GT3 PRX 

531 

3.8 

911 Targa PRX 

542 

3.4 

911 Targa PRX 

540 

3.4 

911 Targa mx 

544 

3.8 

911 Targa PRX 

543 

3.8 

911 Turbo PRX 

521 

3.8 

911 Turbo PRX 

523 

3.8 

Boxster PRX 

202 

2.7 

Boxster PRX 

201 

2.7 

Boxster GTPRX 

224 

3.4 

Boxster GTBRX 

223 

3.4 

Boxster S PRX 

222 

3.4 

Boxster S PRX 

221 

3.4 

Cayenne DPRX 

431 

3.0 

Cayman PRX 

212 

2.7 

Cayman PRX 

211 

2.7 

Cayman GTfSRX 

234 

3.4 

Cayman GTSRX 

233 

3.4 

Cayman S PRX 

232 

3.4 

Cayman S PRX 

231 

3.4 

Macan S PRX 

311 

3.0 

Macan TurPRX 

321 

3.6 

Panamera PRX 

601 

3.6 

Panamera PRX 

602 

3.6 

Panamera PRX 

616 

3.0 

Panamera PRX 

617 

3.0 

Panamera GRX 

621 

4.8 

Panamera PRX 

611 

3.0 

Panamera Pfitfbo 

631 

4.8 

Panamera PRX 

632 

4.8 

Panamera PRX 

636 

4.8 

Panamera PRX 

637 

4.8 


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/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014895 





















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Auto(AM-S7) 

20 

28 

23 

25.5000 

39.5000 

30.3389 

Manual(M7) 

19 

27 

22 

23.7000 

38.2000 

28.5822 

Auto(AM-S7) 

20 

28 

23 

25.4965 

38.6494 

30.1071 

Manual(M7) 

19 

27 

22 

24.0491 

37.8468 

28.7688 

Auto(AM-S7) 

20 

27 

22 

24.9475 

37.5494 

29.3854 

Manual(M7) 

19 

26 

22 

23.5983 

36.5997 

28.0884 

Auto(AM-S7) 

19 

26 

22 

24.1000 

36.7000 

28.5037 

Manual(M7) 

18 

26 

21 

23.1000 

36.8000 

27.7487 

Auto(AM-5 

19 

26 

21 

23.3000 

36.4000 

27.8027 

Manual(M 

18 

26 

21 

22.8000 

36.1000 

27.3312 

Auto(AM-5 

21 

28 

23 

25.9904 

39.4499 

30.7045 

ManuaI(M 

19 

27 

22 

24.0491 

37.9499 

28.7955 

Auto(AM-S7) 

19 

27 

22 

24.5000 

37.9000 

29.1356 

Manual(M 

19 

27 

22 

23.8449 

37.9484 

28.6337 

Auto(AM-5 

19 

27 

22 

23.9000 

38.0000 

28.6906 

Manual(M7) 

19 

27 

22 

23.6474 

37.0494 

28.2451 

Auto(AM-S7) 

15 

20 

17 

18.2000 

28.3000 

21.6822 

Auto(AM-5 

19 

26 

22 

24.1000 

36.9000 

28.5578 

Manual(M 

18 

26 

21 

23.0000 

36.5000 

27.5924 

Auto(AM-S7) 

18 

25 

21 

23.1000 

35.4000 

27.3812 

Manual(M 

18 

26 

21 

22.5000 

35.6000 

26.9652 

Auto(AM-5 

17 

24 

20 

21.4702 

34.0997 

25.7642 

Auto(AM-5 

17 

24 

20 

21.4702 

34.0997 

25.7642 

Auto(AM-5 

22 

32 

26 

27.9000 

44.9000 

33.6298 

Manual(M 

20 

30 

24 

25.9000 

41.5000 

31.1731 

Auto(AM-5 

22 

31 

25 

27.2967 

43.0998 

32.6906 

ManuaI(M6) 

19 

26 

22 

24.3984 

37.0000 

28.8146 

Auto(AM-S7) 

21 

30 

24 

26.3000 

41.9000 

31.5932 

ManuaI(M6) 

20 

28 

23 

24.8000 

38.5000 

29.5284 

Auto(S8) 

20 

29 

23 

24.1000 

41.0000 

29.5883 

Auto(AM-5 

22 

32 

26 

27.9000 

44.9000 

33.6298 

Manual(M6) 

20 

30 

24 

25.9000 

41.5000 

31.1731 

Auto(AM-S7) 

22 

31 

25 

27.2967 

43.0998 

32.6906 

ManuaI(M6) 

19 

26 

22 

24.3984 

37.0000 

28.8146 

Auto(AM-S7) 

21 

30 

24 

26.3000 

41.9000 

31.5932 

Manual(M6) 

20 

28 

23 

24.8000 

38.5000 

29.5284 

Auto(AM-S7) 

17 

23 

19 

21.4471 

31.6987 

25.1000 

Auto(AM-5 

17 

23 

19 

20.6947 

32.3997 

24.7122 

Auto(AM-5 

18 

28 

22 

22.9368 

39.0499 

28.1669 

Auto(AM-5 

18 

27 

21 

22.5783 

37.5997 

27.5271 

Auto(AM-5 

17 

27 

21 

21.9036 

37.2798 

26.8955 

Auto(AM-5 

17 

26 

20 

21.4891 

37.0141 

26.4887 

Auto(AM-S7) 

16 

24 

19 

19.3871 

33.7000 

23.9679 

Auto(AM-S7) 

17 

27 

21 

21.9036 

37.2798 

26.8955 

Auto(AM-S7) 

15 

24 

18 

19.1667 

33.7481 

23.7927 

Auto(AM-5 

15 

24 

18 

18.9742 

33.3000 

23.5293 

Auto(AM-5 

15 

24 

18 

19.1667 

33.7481 

23.7927 

Auto(AM-S 

VW FOIA, EPA 

15 

24 

18 

06/20/2017 

18.9742 

33.3000 

23.5293 

2017-FFP_014896 







20.2000 

28.2000 

23.2000 

NA 

Naturally AA{*A5ated 

Automated Manual- Selectable^e.g. Au 

18.8000 

27.3000 

21.9000 

NA 

Naturally A&jbirated 

Manual 

7 

20.1778 

27.6110 

22.9592 

NA 

Naturally AAjMIfeted 

Automated Manual- Selectable/^.g. Au 

19.1036 

27.0590 

22.0164 

NA 

Naturally A&f)irated 

Manual 

7 

19.7713 

26.8542 

22.4340 

NA 

Naturally Mf*fli5ated 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 

18.7674 

26.1995 

21.5137 

NA 

Naturally A&fbirated 

Manual 

7 

19.1000 

26.3000 

21.8000 

NA 

Naturally AAJMISated 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 

18.4000 

26.3000 

21.2759 

NA 

Naturally A&jbirated 

Manual 

7 

18.5445 

26.0617 

21.3106 

NA 

Naturally/AMS 

Automatec 

7 

18.2000 

25.9000 

21.0000 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

7 

20.5425 

28.1607 

23.3899 

NA 

Naturally/AMS 

Automatec 

7 

19.1036 

27.1300 

22.0375 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

7 

19.4000 

27.1000 

22.2000 

NA 

Naturally AAJMliSated 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 

18.9514 

27.1289 

21.9255 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

7 

19.0000 

27.2000 

22.0000 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

18.8041 

26.5097 

21.6338 

NA 

Naturally A&jbirated 

Manual 

7 

14.7000 

20.4000 

16.8000 G 

NA 

Naturally AAJMISated 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 

19.1000 

26.4000 

21.8000 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

18.3000 

26.1000 

21.1000 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

7 

18.4000 

25.4000 

21.0000 

NA 

Naturally AA^Ifeted 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 

17.9000 

25.5000 

20.7000 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

7 

17.1697 

24.4702 

19.8323 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

7 

17.1697 

24.4702 

19.8323 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

7 

21.9000 

31.9000 

25.5000 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

20.5000 

29.6000 

23.8000 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

6 

21.5026 

30.6563 

24.8403 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

19.3636 

26.4756 

22.0261 

NA 

Naturally Akf)i rated 

Manual 

6 

20.8000 

29.8000 

24.1000 

NA 

Naturally A4f*fli5ated 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 

19.7000 

27.5000 

22.6000 

NA 

Naturally A&jbirated 

Manual 

6 

19.6000 

29.0000 

22.9471 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

21.9000 

31.9000 

25.5000 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

20.5000 

29.6000 

23.8000 

NA 

Naturally Al^birated 

Manual 

6 

21.5026 

30.6563 

24.8403 

NA 

Naturally Mfvflfeted 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 

19.3636 

26.4756 

22.0261 

NA 

Naturally A&jbirated 

Manual 

6 

20.8000 

29.8000 

24.1000 

NA 

Naturally A&fMiSated 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 

19.7000 

27.5000 

22.6000 

NA 

Naturally A&fbirated 

Manual 

6 

17.1522 

22.8013 

19.3044 

TC 

Turbochar^dlS 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 

16.5830 

23.2893 

19.0517 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

7 

18.3000 

27.9000 

21.7000 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

18.0000 

26.9000 

21.1000 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

17.4965 

26.6685 

20.7002 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

7 

17.1840 

26.4853 

20.4094 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

7 

15.5885 

24.1929 

18.5588 

NA 

Naturally AAJMIrSated 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 

17.4965 

26.6685 

20.7002 

TC 

Turbocharges 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 

15.4000 

24.2000 

18.4000 

TC 

Turbocharges 

Automated Manual- Selectable7(e.g. Au 

15.3000 

23.9000 

18.3000 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

7 

15.4000 

24.2000 

18.4000 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

7 

15.3000 

23.9000 

18.3000 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

7 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014897 


Lockup TcTrans 

tbmated Manual 
N N 

tbmated Manual 
N N 

tbmated Manual 
N N 

N)mated Manual 
N N 

tbmated IV^nual 


Cre Drive Sys 

withfpaddles) 

R 

withfpaddles) 

4 

withfpaddles) 

4 

withfpaddles) 

4 

with43addles) 


tpmated IV^nual withfpaddles) 


N N 

tbmated IVWnual 
N N 

tpmated IVfanual 
N N 

N)mated Manual 
tpmated IV^nual 

N N 

tbmated Manual 
N N 

tpmated IV^nual 
|spmated IV^nual 
tpmated IV^nual 


withfpaddles) 

R 

withFpaddles) 

R 

withfpaddles) 

with^addles) 

4 

witfvpaddles) 

4 

with^addles) 

witfvpaddles) 

withfpaddles) 


Drive DesiPrimary BMax EtharMax Biodi 

2-Wheel DfiP3?Wflfr.0C91 10 

2-Wheel DfiMP«itt0C91 10 

4-Wheel DfiP8XV04.0C91 10 

4-Wheel DfiP8XV04.0C91 10 

4-Wheel DfiP8XV04.0C91 10 

4-Wheel DifiP8XV04.0C91 10 

4-Wheel DfiP8XV04.0C91 10 

4-Wheel DfiP8XV04.0C91 10 

4-Wheel DFPRXV04.0 10 

4-Wheel DFPRXV04.0 10 

2-Wheel DFPRXV04.0 10 

2-Wheel DFPRXV04.0 10 

2-Wheel Df\9&)<mfr.0C91 10 

2-Wheel DFPRXV04.0 10 

2-Wheel DFPRXV04.0 10 

2-Wheel DiRPe / XR^M-.0C91 10 

2-Wheel DfiMP«®fr.0C91 10 

4-Wheel DFPRXV04.0 10 

4-Wheel DFPRXV04.0 10 

4-Wheel DiRPeXV04.0C91 10 

4-Wheel DFPRXV04.0 10 

4-Wheel DFPRXV04.0 10 

4-Wheel DFPRXV04.0 10 

2-Wheel DFPRXV02.7 10 



Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasol 


ine 

ine 

ine 

ine 

ine 

ine 

ine 

ine 


ine 


ine 


ine 


ine 


ine (Premium 


Gasoline 


(Premium 

(Premium 

(Premium 

(Premium 

(Premium 

(Premium 

(Premium 

(Premium 


ine 


ine 

ine 

ine 


me 


me 


(Premium 

(Premium 


ine (Premium 


me 


me 


me 


N N R 2-Wheel DFPRXV02.7 

tbmated IVfanual withfpaddles) 2-Wheel DFPRXV03.4 
N N R 2-Wheel DfiMP«<fi»:4B81 

tbmated IVMnual withfpaddles) 2-Wheel DiRP8 i) XR^fit.4R81 
N N R 2-Wheel DfiPe / XR^t.4B81 


10 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

10 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

10 

GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

10 

GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

10 

GP 

Gasoline (Premium 


Y N A All Wheel IFPRXT03.0CDD 

tbmated IVfanual withfpaddles) 2-Wheel DFPRXV02.7 
N N R 2-Wheel DiRP§^©-.7B81 

tbmated Manual withfpaddles) 2-Wheel DfiPB,XR/&ia:4B81 
N N R 2-Wheel DfiPepfl^.4B81 

tbmated Manual withfpaddles) 2-Wheel DfiPB,XR/&ia:4B81 
N N R 2-Wheel Dfi1?SW^4B81 

tbmated Manual with/paddles) All Wheel DRRMT03.6MCS 
tpmated IVfanual withfpaddles) All Wheel IFPRXT03.6 
tpmated IV^nual withfpaddles) 2-Wheel DFPRXV03.6 
tpmated IVfcnual withfpaddles) All Wheel IFPRXV03.6 
tpmated IVfcnual withfpaddles) All Wheel IFPRXV03.6 
tbmated IVfcnual withfpaddles) All Wheel IFPRXV03.6 
tbmated Manual with/paddles) All Wheel CFiR i RXV04.8PS8 
tbmated Manual withfpaddles) 2-Wheel DiRP8 i( XR^St.6PV6 
tbmated Manual with/paddles) All Wheel WNBCV04.8PT8 
tspmated IV^nual withfpaddles) All Wheel IFPRXV04.8 
tbmated IVfcnual withfpaddles) All Wheel IFPRXV04.8 
tspmated IVNnual withfpaddles) All Wheel IFPRXV04.8 



5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (F 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014898 







GuzzIGas Guzzl2Dr Pass ’2Dr Lugg 4Dr Pass '4Dr Lugg Htchbk PaHtchbk Lu 

NflRfeaded RetesiiMregfolteJ) 

Not exempt 

70 

5 

MRftaded 

Not exempt 

70 

5 

MRfeaded 

Not exempt 

70 

5 

NdRSaded 

Not exempt 

70 

5 

MRftaded ReteaipmeiWto) 

Not exempt 

68 

5 

MRftaded WtenpmegMtet) 

Not exempt 

68 

5 

MRSaded ReteaiiMireiWto) 

Not exempt 

70 

5 

MRftaded fteteaipmegMtet) 

Not exempt 

70 

5 

Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

68 

5 

Mpfeaded RfltetrpfK^Jed) 

Not exemp 

68 

5 

Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

68 

5 

Mpfeaded Ftate8ipft€£fded) 

Not exemp 

68 

5 

MRfeaded RBteauMtegWte^ 

Not exempt 

70 

5 

Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

70 

5 

l^ptfaded RfiteSTpfSa^ftfed) 

Not exemp 

68 

5 

MRSaded (fateanJiereiMtofr) 

Not exempt 

68 

5 

MRSaded ReteaiiwsreiMtal) 

Not exempt 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

70 

5 

iWpfeaded Rflte*rpiS>e£r<jed) 

Not exemp 

70 

5 

NdRleaded RBteaTpmefWtetf) 

Not exempt 

70 

5 

Mpfeaded R^t^ig^kJed) 

Not exemp 

70 

5 

Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

70 

5 

Mpfeaded RflteBTpftegfljed) 

Not exemp 

70 

5 

Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



Mpfeaded Ftafi#Tpgteff<ied) 

Not exempt 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^epied) 

Not exempt 



MRSaded RBteaiisiieregMtei} 

Not exempt 



MRCeaded RBteaiawegMtel} 

Not exempt 



MRSaded RBtesi|3WTegMklt) 

Not exempt 



NtfUB (15 PWWerip«Klf m) 

Truck 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



N/IRteaded RBteaipiiereg&lktt} 

Not exempt 



tyJRfeaded R^teswregMktf) 

Not exempt 



MRteaded RetsaiWfregMfeil} 

Not exempt 



MRSaded RBtesiaerefMkif} 

Not exempt 



NJRftaded IfeteaTfneteg&lfeit) 

Not exempt 



MRfeaded fateaia«regi)fed) 

Truck 



Mpfeaded Ftafcofp^efiFied) 

Truck 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 


108 16 

Mptfaded Rfite8ipft€£fded) 

Not exempt 


108 16 

Mpfeaded Rflfi®rpa€£tfed) 

Not exempt 


108 16 

Mpfeaded RfiteSTpsyegriJed) 

Not exempt 


108 16 

NJRCeaded Retemptere^Wlksf) 

Not exempt 


108 16 

WRfeaded frtteaipisi'egMfedj 

Not exempt 


108 16 

MRfeaded RBtesTfHeregMkri} 

Not exempt 


108 16 

Mpfeaded RtffconpiignefTsJed) 

Not exempt 


108 16 

Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 


108 16 

Mpfeaded Rflte^g^rted) 

Not exempt 


108 16 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014899 




Knnual FuEPA CalciComment City2 FE (<Hwy2 FueComb2 FuLow'd Cit^Low'd HwLow'd CorCity2 Unai 
2500 2500911 Carrera A7 

2600 2600911 Carrera M7 

2500 2500911 Carrera 4 A7 

2600 2600911 Carrera 4 M7 

2600 2600911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet A7 

2600 2600911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet M7 

2600 2600911 Carrera 4S A7 

2700 2700911 Carrera 4S M7 

2700 2700911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet A7 

2700 2700911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet M7 

2500 2500911 Carrera Cabriolet A7 

2600 2600911 Carrera Cabriolet M7 

2600 2600911 Carrera S A7 

2600 2600911 Carrera S M7 

2600 2600911 Carrera S Cabriolet A7 

2600 2600911 Carrera S Cabriolet M7 

3350 3350911 GT3 

2600 2600911 Targa A7 

2700 2700911 Targa M7 

2700 2700911 Targa SA7 

2700 2700911 Targa S M7 

2850 2850911 Turbo / Turbo Cabriolet 

2850 2850911 Turbo S / Turbo S Cabriolet 

2200 2200 

2400 2400 

2300 2300 

2600 2600 

2400 2400 

2500 2500 

2450 24505-Cycle FE and CREE 

2200 2200 

2400 2400 

2300 2300 

2600 2600 

2400 2400 

2500 2500 

3000 3000 Equipped with Start/Stop engine management (Latching system). Label reflects harmonic ave 

3000 3000 Equipped with Start/Stop engine management (Latching system). Label reflects harmonic ave 

2600 2600 Harmonic average of Start/Stop ON and OFF. 

2700 2700 Harmonic average of Start/Stop ON and OFF. 

2700 2700 Harmonic average of Start/Stop ON and OFF. 

2850 2850 Harmonic average of Start/Stop ON and OFF. 

3000 3000 Harmonic average of Start/Stop ON and OFF. 

2700 2700 Harmonic average of Start/Stop ON and OFF. 

3150 3150 Harmonic average of Start/Stop ON and OFF. 

3150 3150 Harmonic average of Start/Stop ON and OFF. 

3150 3150 Harmonic average of Start/Stop ON and OFF. 

3150 3150 Harmonic average of Start/Stop ON and OFF. 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014900 








rage of SS ON and SS OFF. 
rage of SS ON and SS OFF. 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014901 




IHwy C02 Comb CO:Fue!2 


EP^Descriptoi Intake Val Exhaust VCarline Cl Carline Cl 


SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicompi 


SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicompi 


SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicomp; 


SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicompi 


SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicomp; 


SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicomp; 


SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicomp; 


SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicomp; 


SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicomp; 


SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicomp; 


SIDI; 

2 

22 

Minicomp; 


SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 


SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 


SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 


SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 


2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 


SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 

SIDI; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 

SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 


SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 


SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 


SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 


SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 


SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 


SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 


SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 


SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 


SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 



06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014902 







8%i7TruckCalc ApprSales Release DEPA FE Label DatasddrlQjue LaLabe! RecRelabel 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16317 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16316 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16325 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16324 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16327 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16326 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16329 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16328 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16526 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16330 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16412 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16318 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16321 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16320 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16323 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16322 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16341 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16342 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16391 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16344 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16343 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16337 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16338 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16231 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16229 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16250 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16248 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16238 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16236 

D 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycl&/teI^3014 

16793 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16232 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16230 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16251 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16249 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16239 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/23/2014 

16237 


Derived 5-cycle label 5/9/2014 

15889 


Derived 5-cycle label 5/9/2014 

15890 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/16/2014 

16105 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/16/2014 

16107 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/16/2014 

16110 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/16/2014 

16111 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/16/2014 

16112 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/16/2014 

16109 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

16039 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

16040 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

16041 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

16042 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


Relabel D< 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014903 








N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

2TWC, 2H(N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

2TWC, 2H(N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

2TWC, 2H(N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

2TWC, 2HCMS(2), DFI 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

2TWC, 2H(MS(2), DFI 

Y 

Porsche VW System 

Porsche VVT System 

N 

N 

2TWC, 2H(MS(2), DFI 

Y 

Porsche VW System 

Porsche VVT System 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


N 

N 

2TWC, 2HCN 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

2TWC, 2HCMS(2), DFI 

Y 

Porsche VW System 

Porsche VVT System 

N 

N 

2TWC, 2HCMS(2), DFI 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

2TWC, 2HCN>S(2), DFI 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

2TWC, 2FICMS(2), DFI 

Y 

Porsche VW System 

Porsche VVT System 

N 

N 

2TWC, 2FJCMS(2), DFI 

Y 

Porsche VW System 

Porsche VVT System 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche VW 

Porsche VVT 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

Porsche V\Y 

Porsche V\ 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014904 






Batteries Battery 


Ty Total Volt.Batt EnercBatt SpeciBatt ChanComment:# Gapacitc 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014905 





VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014906 




fiftJtor GerRated MotFuel MeteiFuel MeteiFuel MeteiFuel MeteiFuel Cell VOff Board Camless V;Oil Viscosi' 


GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct injection 

N 

0W40 

CRDI 

Common F 

N 

5W30 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark ignit 

N 

0W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

0W40 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014907 




Stop/StartStop/StartTrans in FETrans as I Model TypCharge Me Charge Be Charge SuiCharge SuiEPA Calcul 


N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S9}.l Carrera A7 

N 

No 

Manual(M7$anual(M7))ll Carrera M7 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S9j.l Carrera 4 A7 

N 

No 

Manual(M7$anual(M7))ll Carrera 4 M7 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S9j.l Carrera 4 Cabriolet A7 

N 

No 

Manual(M7$anual(M7))ll Carrera 4 Cabriolet M7 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S^l Carrera 4S A7 

N 

No 

Manual(M7$anual(M7))ll Carrera 4S M7 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5911 Carrer 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 911 Carrer 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5911 Carrer 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 911 Carrer 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA|ito(AM-S9jLl Carrera S A7 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 911 Carrer 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5911 Carrer 

N 

No 

Manual(M7$anual(M7))ll Carrera S Cabriolet M7 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-SN/A 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5N/A 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M N/A 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-SN/A 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M N/A 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5N/A 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5N/A 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5N/A 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5N/A 

N 

No 

Manual(M®^anual(M©)oxster GTS 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-SB$)xster S 

N 

No 

ManuaI(Mi$anual(M(B)oxster S 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) N/A 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5N/A 

N 

No 

Manual(Mi$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-SN/A 

N 

No 

Manual(M®$anual(M(£)ayrnan GTS 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-SN/A 

N 

No 

Manual(M^)flanual(MS)ayrnan S 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-SN/A 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5N/A 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5Panamera 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5Panamera 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5Panamera 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5Panamera 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-SI7^namera GTS 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-SI7^namera S 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-SI7^namera Turbo 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5Panamera 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5Panamera 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5Panamera 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014908 








WwWWtf»P«l?blcuEPA Calculated Gas GB6atertitagl(GHG Ratin#l Smog R#1 MfrSm#l EPA SmSmartWay 


30.5 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0C91 

• w <=:•••• •• as• i 

5 

28.8 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0C91 

5 

30.1 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0C91 

5 

28.9 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0C91 

5 

29.5 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0C91 

5 

28.2 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0C91 

5 

28.8 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0C91 

5 

28.0 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0C91 

5 

28.0 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0 

5 

27.6 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0 

5 

30.6 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0 

5 

28.9 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0 

5 

29.4 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0C91 

5 

28.6 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0 

5 

28.9 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0 

5 

28.3 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0C91 

5 

21.8 


4 

4FPRXV04.0C91 

5 

29.4 

; 

5 

5 FPRXV04.0 

5 

28.2 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0 

5 

27.5 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0C91 

5 

27.1 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0 

5 

27.0 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0 

5 

27.0 


5 

5 FPRXV04.0 

5 

33.9 


6 

6 FPRXV02.7 

5 

31.4 


6 

6 FPRXV02.7 

5 

32.8 


6 

6 FPRXV03.4 

5 

29.0 


5 

5 FPRXV03.4B81 

5 

31.8 


6 

6 FPRXV03.4B81 

5 

31.8 


5 

5 

5 FPRXV03.4B81 

5 FPRXT03.0 

5 

5 

33.9 


6 

6 FPRXV02.7 

5 

31.4 


6 

6 FPRXV02.7B81 

5 

32.8 


6 

6 FPRXV03.4B81 

5 

29.0 


5 

5 FPRXV03.4B81 

5 

31.8 


6 

6 FPRXV03.4B81 

5 

31.8 


5 

4 

4 

5 FPRXV03.4B81 

4FPRXT03.6MCS 

4FPRXT03.6 

5 

5 

5 

28.4 


5 

5 FPRXV03.6 

5 

27.7 


5 

5 FPRXV03.6 

5 

27.1 


5 

5 FPRXV03.6 

5 

26.7 


5 

5 FPRXV03.6 

5 

24.1 


4 

4FPRXV04.8PS8 

5 

27.1 


5 

5FPRXV03.6PV6 

5 

24.0 


4 

4FPRXV04.8PT8 

5 

23.7 


4 

4 FPRXV04.8 

5 

24.0 


4 

4 FPRXV04.8 

5 

23.7 


4 

4 FPRXV04.8 

5 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014909 






Smog R#3 Mfr Srm#3 EPA SmSmartWay 


g R#4 Mfr Sim 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014910 




C02 FComb C02C02- VoluiC02- VoluiC02-Vol In 


1500 

441 

315 

384 

2000 

473 

326 

407 

1500 

440 

322 

387 

2000 

466 

329 

404 

2000 

449 

331 

396 

2000 

473 

340 

413 

2000 

462 

338 

406 

2500 

482 

336 

416 

2500 

480 

341 

417 

2500 

487 

344 

423 

1500 

433 

315 

380 

2000 

465 

328 

404 

2000 

455 

328 

398 

2000 

469 

328 

406 

2000 

468 

328 

405 

2000 

472 

335 

410 

5750 

606 

434 

529 

2000 

464 

337 

407 

2500 

485 

341 

420 

2500 

483 

350 

423 

2500 

496 

349 

430 

3250 

518 

363 

448 

3250 

518 

363 

448 


406 

279 

349 

1000 

434 

301 

374 

500 

412 

289 

357 

2000 

458 

334 

402 

1000 

428 

298 

370 

1500 

453 

324 

395 

1250 

517 

351 

442 


406 

279 

349 

1000 

434 

301 

374 

500 

412 

289 

357 

2000 

458 

334 

402 

1000 

428 

298 

370 

1500 

453 

324 

395 

4000 

517 

388 

459 

4000 

537 

382 

467 

2000 

487 

319 

411 

2500 

494 

331 

421 

2500 

508 

333 

429 

3250 

517 

336 

436 

4000 

572 

368 

480 

2500 

508 

333 

429 

4750 

577 

368 

483 

4750 

583 

372 

488 

4750 

577 

368 

483 

4750 

583 

372 

488 


2017-FFP 014911 


06/20/2017 











349.3 

224.8 

293.3 

441.3 

314.9 

384.4 

375.9 

233.1 

311.6 

472.7 

326.1 

406.7 

348.5 

229.9 

295.1 

440.4 

321.8 

387.0 

370.1 

235.0 

309.3 

465.9 

328.7 

404.2 

355.9 

237.0 

302.4 

449.1 

331.4 

396.1 

376.4 

243.1 

316.4 

473.3 

339.6 

413.1 

367.1 

241.7 

310.7 

462.3 

337.7 

406.2 

383.6 

240.5 

319.2 

481.8 

336.1 

416.2 

382.2 

243.8 

319.9 

480.1 

340.5 

417.3 

388.2 

246.5 

324.4 

487.2 

344.2 

422.8 

342.0 

225.2 

289.4 

432.7 

315.5 

380.0 

369.6 

234.6 

308.8 

465.3 

328.1 

403.6 

361.0 

234.3 

304.0 

455.1 

327.7 

397.8 

372.8 

234.8 

310.7 

469.1 

328.4 

405.8 

372.2 

234.2 

310.1 

468.3 

327.6 

405.0 

375.4 

239.8 

314.4 

472.1 

335.1 

410.4 

488.4 

313.5 

409.7 

605.5 

434.4 

528.5 

368.9 

240.9 

311.3 

464.4 

336.6 

406.9 

386.4 

243.9 

322.3 

485.1 

340.7 

420.1 

384.9 

251.1 

324.7 

483.3 

350.4 

423.5 

396.0 

250.4 

330.5 

496.4 

349.4 

430.2 

414.1 

260.8 

345.1 

517.8 

363.4 

448.3 

414.1 

260.8 

345.1 

517.8 

363.4 

448.3 

319.0 

198.1 

264.6 

405.5 

279.0 

348.6 

343.5 

214.2 

285.3 

434.5 

300.7 

374.3 

324.5 

205.6 

271.0 

412.0 

289.1 

356.7 

363.4 

239.0 

307.4 

458.0 

334.1 

402.2 

338.0 

212.4 

281.5 

428.0 

298.2 

369.6 

359.2 

231.2 

301.6 

453.0 

323.6 

394.8 

422.0 

248.0 

343.7 

517.3 

351.0 

442.5 

319.0 

198.1 

264.6 

405.5 

279.0 

348.6 

343.5 

214.2 

285.3 

434.5 

300.7 

374.3 

324.5 

205.6 

271.0 

412.0 

289.1 

356.7 

363.4 

239.0 

307.4 

458.0 

334.1 

402.2 

338.0 

212.4 

281.5 

428.0 

298.2 

369.6 

359.2 

231.2 

301.6 

453.0 

323.6 

394.8 

413.4 

278.8 

352.8 

517.0 

387.7 

458.8 

430.1 

274.6 

360.1 

536.7 

382.0 

467.1 

387.7 

227.8 

315.7 

486.6 

319.0 

411.2 

393.9 

236.6 

323.1 

494.0 

330.8 

420.6 

405.8 

238.5 

330.5 

508.0 

333.4 

429.4 

413.7 

240.4 

335.7 

517.3 

336.0 

435.7 

460.2 

264.2 

372.0 

572.2 

368.0 

480.3 

405.8 

238.5 

330.5 

508.0 

333.4 

429.4 

464.1 

264.0 

374.1 

576.8 

367.7 

482.7 

469.1 

267.4 

378.3 

582.7 

372.3 

488.0 

464.1 

264.0 

374.1 

576.8 

367.7 

482.7 

469.1 

267.4 

378.3 

582.7 

372.3 

488.0 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014912 







^gtite^tHW^eVCfeftiifeS^fllCTttwjPaT^Qfomb Vol Higher F iial la belEPA FUEL EPA GHG EPA AMT 


N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

4.2 

4.2 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.2 

4.2 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

4.2 

4.2 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.2 

4.2 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

5.3 

5.3 

N 

5.3 

5.3 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

5.3 

5.3 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

5.6 

5.6 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014913 











VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014914 













ffiSP0WWOp|0lJRCEPR[EPA_UNH G 1-10 rating on Ethanol (EPA Deter 

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VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014915 










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VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014916 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014917 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014918 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014919 



To: richard.thomas@vw.com[richard. thomas@vw.com] 

Cc: oliver.schmidt@vw.com[oliver.schmidt@vw.com]; Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

From: Good, David 

Sent: Fri 8/22/2014 11:46:09 PM 

Subject: re: 2015 FE Guide - Data EPA's database as of Aug 22, 2014 for your review; on Aug 28, 2014 
I will send error free Verify data to DOE for the 2015 Printed Guide & the web 

VW Group 2015 FEGuide-all rel dates-no-sales-8-22-2014.xlsx 


Richard, 


re: 2015 FE Guide - Data EPA's database as of Aug 22, 2014 for your review; on Aug 28, 2014 I will send 
error free Verify data to DOE for the 2015 Printed Guide & the web 


Attached are the data in Verify as of August 22, 2014 for your review. Labels with pea green fill in the 
first few columns have errors which need to be corrected before I can have the data posted on 
www.fueleconomv.aov or included in the 2015 Printed Guide. This file doesn’t include label information 
for EV, PHEV, or fuel cell vehicles. I’ll send them to you next week (for any new labels). 


Please make any needed corrections to Verify when you get a chance. 


I’m out of the office on Monday (8/25) but back on Tuesday. 


Thanks 


Dave 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014920 



Diesel; 


Diesel; 


EPA comrrVERiFY ccModel Yr (Mf 

2015 Vo 

Diesel; 2015Vo 

2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 

Please include iriZQUcScMxb 

2015 Vo 

Relabeled. Please include ir20fc&te<b 

Relabeled. Please include ir^QltfiM) 

2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 

Diesel; 2015Vo 

2015 Vo 

Diesel; 2015Vo 

2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 

Diesel; 2015 Vo 

2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 

Diesel; 2015Vo 

Hybrid; 2015 Vo 

Diesel; 2015Vo 

2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
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Relabeled. Please include ir2©tfc5d6b 

2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
2015 Vo 
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2015 Vo 
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■ Name Divis 

kswage 
kswageAtfifa 
kswage Aȣ0ib 
kswageAtfSfb 
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on (ICarline Verify Mfr Index {Mo Eng Dispi # Cyl 

A3 VGA 7 1.8 

pj||A3 VGA 101 2.0 

j|j§A3 Cabriol&GA 6 1.8 

jf|§A3 CabriolAtGAiattro 5 2.0 

j|jf§A3 quattroVGA 4 2.0 

^A4 VGA 46 2.0 

jiibiAtfigirafteoVGAd regulations f64relabeli3g0(if not 
||S§A4 quattroVGA 49 2.0 

pplAfhiafe f66relabelii2g0(if not 

jfieftAfiiqurefeoVGAd regulations f66relabelii2g0(if not 


Diesel; 

Hybrid; 

Diesel; 


kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 


kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 

kswage 





5 quattroVGA 

6 VGA 
6 quattroVGA 
6 quattroVGA 

6 quattroVGA 

7 quattroVGA 
7 quattroVGA 





8 
8 

SI- 
SI. 
8L 
A8L 


VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 


WSSi&gM 


allroad qu^tffM 
Q3 VGA 

Q3 quattroVGA 
Q5 VGA 

Q5 VGA 

Q5 VGA 

Q5 Hybrid VGA 



Q7 

Q7 

R8 

R8 

R8 

R8 


VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 


R8 Spyder VGA 
R8 Spyder VGA 
R8 Spyder VGA 
R8 Spyder VGA 
RS5 VGA 
RS5 CabrioteGA 


2.0 

2.0 

2.0 

3.0 

3.0 

3.0 

3.0 

3.0 

4.0 

3.0 

3.0 

4.0 

6.3 

2.0 

2.0 

2.0 

2.0 

3.0 

3.0 

2.0 

3.0 

3.0 

4.2 

4.2 

5.2 

5.2 

4.2 

4.2 

5.2 

5.2 

4.2 
4.2 


already pro 
4 

already pro 
already pro 
4 
4 
4 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
8 
6 
6 
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12 

4 

4 

4 

4 

6 

6 

4 

6 

6 

8 

8 

10 

10 

8 

8 

10 

10 

8 

8 


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VGA 

42 

2.0 

4 

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VGA 

73 

3.0 

6 

>up of S4 

VGA 

76 

3.0 

6 

>Up of S5 

VGA 

74 

3.0 

6 

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VGA 

77 

3.0 

6 

« 

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75 

3.0 

6 

>up ofS6 

VGA 

20 

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8 

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19 

4.0 

8 

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VGA 

9 

4.0 

8 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014921 



















2015 VolkswageAeifbup ofSQ5 VGA 

2015 Volkswage^fite^^KTT Coupe cfiftaftro 

2015 VolkswageASiiS3p |TT RoadsteVCjAattro 

2015 VolkswageBenrttep ofContinentaVGA 

2015 VolkswageBerrtJeip ofContinentaVGt 

2015 VolkswageB^itJeip ofContinentaVGt Convertible 

2015 VolkswageBerrtterp ofContinentaVGt Convertible 


2015 VolkswageB 
2015 VolkswageB 
2015 VolkswageB 
2015 VolkswageB 
2015 Volkswagen 
2015 Volkswagen 
2015 Volkswagen 


of Flying SpurVGA 
ofFlying SpurVGA 
ofMulsanne VGA 
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||: AK/ent a d o r WB&d st e r 
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2015VolkswageL^mb^fghlVeneno RcVGA 


Diesel; 


Diesel; 


Diesel; 


Diesel; 


Diesel; 

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2015Volkswage^4fci|aS 
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2015 VolkswageVSlowp 
2015 VolkswageV<fikGWfa 
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2015 VolkswageMfikowpi 
2015 Volkswage^<flkGW|a 
2015 Volkswagek/d9k©w|a 
2015 Volkswage^kGwp 
2015 Volkswagef^fikGWja 


Beetle 

Beetle 

Beetle 

Beetle 

Beetle 

Beetle 


VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 


Beetle Convertible 
Beetle Convertible 
Beetle Convertible 
Beetle Convertible 
Beetle Convertible 
ISC VGA 

CC VGA 

fiC 4MotiotVGA 
Eos VGA 

Golf VGA 

Golf VGA 

Golf VGA 


69 

2 

3 

24 

43 
22 
45 
23 

44 
61 
60 

52 

53 

25 

54 

79 
78 
81 

95 

83 

91 

80 
82 

96 

84 

92 

58 

59 
56 
36 

103 

85 
100 


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2015 Volkswage^SkewpiglGTI 
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2015 Volkswage^<flkGW|agrfihetta 
2015 Volkswage^rflkGmpigrfiiietta 
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2015 VolkswageV(flkGupg3#ihetta VGA 
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2015 VolkswageV^kGVipgrfilietta VGA 
2015 VolkswageV^kGwpgrfihetta VGA 
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2015 Volkswageh/<Sk0wpg?tfIouareg VGA 


Diesel; 


VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 





liguan 4M<V&£An 
louareg VGA 


1 

8 

98 
97 

93 
102 

99 
86 

105 

94 
90 
88 
89 
87 
55 
39 
38 
13 
57 


3.0 

2.0 

2.0 

4.0 

6.0 

4.0 

6.0 

4.0 

6.0 

6.8 

8.0 

6.5 

6.5 

5.2 

6.5 
1.8 
1.8 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
1.8 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 

3.6 
2.0 
1.8 
1.8 
2.0 

for r£IQbeling 
2.0 
2.0 
1.8 
1.8 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
1.8 
1.8 
2.0 
2.0 
3.6 
2.0 
2.0 
3.0 
3.6 


6 

4 

4 

8 

12 

8 

12 

8 

12 

8 

16 

12 

12 

10 

12 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

6 

4 

4 

4 

4 

(if 4ot alrea 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
6 
4 
4 
6 
6 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014922 


























Hybrid; 



VolkswageMteu/pgrfiiiouareg 


106 


3.0 6 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014923 



Transmiss ^BI ^B^I^^B^iMpii^Ci^LOv^^llilSiBB^ftailfev Unalloibb 



Auto(AM-S6) 

23 

33 

27 

28.9000 

46.6000 

34.8580 

Auto(AM-S6) 

31 

43 

36 

41.0359 

61.6186 

48.2955 

Auto(AM-S6) 

24 

35 

28 

30.5000 

47.0000 

36.2224 

Auto(AM-S6) 

23 

32 

26 

29.0000 

44.2000 

34.3094 

Auto(AM-S6) 

24 

33 

27 

30.0000 

44.6000 

35.1828 

Auto(AV-S8) 

24 

32 

27 

30.3000 

44.6000 

35.4089 

Auto(S8) 

21 

30 

25 

27.1000 

42.2000 

32.3011 

Manuai(M6) 

22 

32 

26 

27.5555 

43.9180 

33.1059 

Auto(S8) 

21 

29 

24 

26.4000 

41.0000 

31.4377 

Auto(S8) 

21 

30 

25 

27.1000 

42.2000 

32.3011 

Manual(M6) 

22 

32 

26 

27.5555 

43.9180 

33.1059 

Auto(AV-S8) 

25 

33 

28 

31.4000 

46.9000 

36.8857 

Auto(S8) 

20 

29 

23 

24.8000 

40.5000 

30.0404 

Auto(S8) 

18 

27 

22 

23.1369 

38.1000 

28.1037 

Auto(S8) 

24 

38 

29 

30.6987 

52.4000 

37.7304 

Auto(S8) 

18 

28 

21 

23.0447 

37.6000 

27.9059 

Auto(S8) 

24 

38 

29 

30.6987 

52.4000 

37.7304 

Auto(S8) 

19 

29 

22 

23.5657 

39.6000 

28.8162 

Auto(S8) 

18 

30 

22 

22.5929 

39.4000 

27.9601 

Auto(S8) 

24 

36 

28 

29.9399 

51.4000 

36.8664 

Auto(S8) 

19 

29 

22 

23.5657 

39.6000 

28.8162 

Auto(S8) 

18 

29 

22 

22.2780 

39.1000 

27.6266 

Auto(S8) 

14 

22 

17 

17.2000 

28.6000 

20.9595 

Auto(S8) 

21 

28 

24 

26.7000 

39.2000 

31.1732 

Auto(S6) 

20 

29 

23 

24.8499 

40.0000 

29.9555 

Auto(S6) 

20 

28 

23 

24.8000 

38.5000 

29.5284 

Auto(S8) 

20 

28 

23 

24.8000 

38.6000 

29.5548 

Auto(S8) 

18 

26 

21 

22.8446 

35.5000 

27.2096 

Auto(S8) 

24 

31 

27 

29.1832 

43.5000 

34.2568 

Auto(S8) 

24 

30 

26 

30.4000 

39.9000 

34.0480 

Auto(S8) 

19 

28 

22 

22.8000 

39.1000 

28.0649 

Auto(S8) 

16 

22 

18 

19.4000 

30.0000 

23.0678 

Auto(AM-S7) 

14 

23 

17 

16.4549 

29.7195 

20.5904 

Manual(M6) 

11 

20 

14 

13.6544 

24.3877 

17.0265 

Auto(AM-S7) 

13 

22 

16 

15.4000 

28.8067 

19.4796 

Manual(M6) 

12 

19 

14 

13.7000 

23.4475 

16.8527 

Auto(AM-S7) 

14 

23 

17 

16.4549 

29.7195 

20.5904 

ManuaI(M6) 

11 

20 

14 

13.6544 

24.3877 

17.0265 

Auto(AM-S7) 

13 

22 

16 

15.4000 

28.8067 

19.4796 

Manual(M6) 

12 

19 

14 

13.7000 

23.4475 

16.8527 

Auto(AM-S7) 

16 

23 

18 

19.1000 

30.0000 

22.8332 

Auto(AM-S7) 

16 

22 

18 

19.2000 

28.9000 

22.6159 

Auto(S8) 

15 

25 

18 

17.8763 

33.1799 

22.5584 

Auto(AM-S6) 

23 

31 

26 

28.5000 

41.5000 

33.1767 

Auto(AM-S7) 

18 

28 

21 

22.4000 

35.8000 

26.9372 

Manual(M6) 

17 

26 

20 

20.0000 

33.4000 

24.4063 

Auto(AM-S7) 

18 

28 

21 

22.4000 

35.8000 

26.9372 

Manual(M6) 

17 

26 

20 

20.0000 

33.4000 

24.4063 

Auto(AM-S7) 

18 

26 

21 

22.1000 

34.7000 

26.4165 

Auto(AM-S7) 

17 

27 

20 

20.7366 

35.2072 

25.4423 

Auto(AM-S7) 

17 

27 

20 

20.7366 

35.2072 

25.4423 

Auto(S8) 

17 

27 

20 

19.9000 

36.4000 

24.9995 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014924 



Auto(S8) 

17 

24 

19 

20.8000 

32.9000 

24.9252 

Auto(AM-S6) 

22 

31 

26 

28.3669 

42.1911 

33.2728 

Auto(AM-S6) 

22 

31 

26 

28.3669 

42.1911 

33.2728 

Auto(S8) 

15 

25 

19 

19.1000 

33.5000 

23.6806 

Auto(S8) 

12 

21 

15 

15.4000 

28.3000 

19.3741 

Auto(S8) 

14 

24 

17 

17.3000 

31.8000 

21.7662 

Auto(S8) 

12 

20 

15 

14.4000 

26.7000 

18.1658 

Auto(S8) 

14 

24 

17 

17.3000 

31.8000 

21.7662 

Auto(S8) 

12 

20 

15 

14.4000 

26.7000 

18.1658 

Auto(S8) 

11 

18 

13 

12.9000 

21.8000 

15.8033 

Auto(AM-S7) 

8 

15 

10 

10.0000 

17.9000 

12.4782 

Auto(AM-S7) 

11 

18 

13 

12.6000 

25.2000 

16.2581 

Auto(AM-S7) 

10 

16 

12 

11.5000 

21.2000 

14.4817 

Auto(AM-S7) 

14 

20 

16 

16.8000 

25.5000 

19.8471 

Auto(AM-S 

11 

17 

13 

12.5000 

22.7000 

15.6681 

Auto(S6) 

25 

33 

28 

31.8064 

46.0926 

36.9616 

Manual(M5) 

24 

33 

27 

30.3689 

46.0618 

35.8679 

Auto(AM-S6) 

24 

30 

26 

29.1689 

42.3558 

33.9213 

Auto(AM-S6) 

31 

41 

34 

40.2000 

57.8000 

46.5830 

Manual(M6) 

23 

31 

26 

27.7589 

43.4112 

33.1352 

ManuaI(M6) 

31 

41 

34 

40.0000 

57.8000 

46.4350 

Auto(S6) 

24 

32 

27 

30.6903 

45.4713 

35.9488 

Auto(AM-S6) 

23 

29 

25 

28.8902 

40.8000 

33.2591 

Auto(AM-S6) 

30 

40 

34 

39.7000 

56.5000 

45.8327 

Manua!(M6) 

23 

31 

26 

27.7589 

43.4112 

33.1352 

Manual(M6) 

30 

40 

34 

38.7000 

57.2000 

45.2919 

Auto(AM-S6) 

22 

31 

25 

26.9290 

42.1849 

32.1632 

ManuaI(M6) 

21 

32 

25 

25.6435 

43.4548 

31.4431 

Auto(S6) 

17 

25 

20 

20.5000 

33.5000 

24.8373 

Auto(AM-S6) 

22 

30 

25 

27.5000 

41.5000 

32.4219 

Auto(S6) 

25 

36 

29 

32.5000 

51.1000 

38.8661 

Manual(M5) 

25 

37 

30 

32.6000 

52.5000 

39.3042 

Auto(AM-S6) 

31 

43 

36 

41.0359 

61.6186 

48.2955 

Manual(M6) 

30 

45 

36 

39.9000 

64.5000 

48.1668 

Auto(AM-S6) 

25 

33 

28 

30.7000 

45.3000 

35.9078 

ManuaI(M6) 

25 

34 

28 

30.0000 

46.4000 

35.6740 

Auto(S6) 

25 

37 

30 

32.7401 

52.6000 

39.4414 

Manual(M5) 

25 

37 

29 

32.3787 

52.4790 

39.1216 

Auto(AM-S6) 

24 

32 

27 

29.5595 

44.4600 

34.8093 

Auto(AM-S6) 

31 

45 

36 

41.3000 

64.1000 

49.1703 

Auto(S6) 

23 

34 

26 

28.7000 

47.5000 

34.9193 

ManuaI(M5) 

25 

34 

28 

29.3000 

49.6000 

35.9145 

ManuaI(M6) 

31 

46 

36 

40.2000 

65.6000 

48.6823 

ManuaI(M6) 

23 

33 

26 

28.2801 

45.1600 

33.9987 

Auto(S6) 

24 

36 

28 

31.2000 

50.5769 

37.6995 

Manual(M5) 

24 

35 

28 

30.9734 

49.8831 

37.3437 

Auto(AM-S6) 

30 

42 

34 

38.7000 

59.9000 

46.0312 

Manual(M6) 

30 

44 

35 

39.0000 

62.4000 

46.9173 

Auto(AM-S6) 

20 

28 

23 

23.9000 

37.3000 

28.5088 

Auto(S6) 

21 

26 

23 

25.9873 

36.0386 

29.7169 

Auto(S6) 

20 

26 

23 

25.7711 

36.0238 

29.5565 

Auto(S8) 

20 

29 

23 

24.1000 

41.0000 

29.5883 

Auto(S8) 

17 

23 

19 

21.3000 

31.6000 

24.9612 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014925 



Auto(S8) 


20 


24 


21 


25.1000 33.1000 28.1631 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014926 




23.4556 

33.3421 

27.0673 

TC 

Turbochargyys 

31.1996 

43.0359 

35.6064 

TC 

Turbochargyys 

24.3444 

34.5845 

28.0867 

TC 

Turbochargyys 

23.3120 

31.5429 

26.4136 

TC 

Turbochargyys 

24.0818 

32.6198 

27.2970 

TC 

Turbochargyys 

23.6858 

31.6788 

26.7189 

TC 

Turbocharg&ZV 

21.3584 

30.0427 

24.5522 

TC 

Turbocharged 

22.1972 

32.0693 

25.7665 

TC 

Turbocharged 

20.8442 

29.2228 

23.9319 

TC 

Turbocharged 

21.3584 

30.0427 

24.5522 

TC 

Turbocharged 

22.1972 

32.0693 

25.7665 

TC 

Turbocharged 

24.5044 

32.5529 

27.5721 

TC 

Turbocharg&ZV 

19.6106 

28.8603 

22.9156 

TC 

Turbocharged 

18.3949 

27.2332 

21.5408 

SC 

Supercharged 

24.4094 

38.0485 

29.1042 

TC 

Turbocharged 

18.0028 

27.5267 

21.3226 

SC 

Supercharged 

24.4094 

38.0485 

29.1042 

TC 

Turbocharged 

18.6853 

29.3211 

22.3303 

SC 

Supercharged 

18.2315 

29.5343 

22.0244 

TC 

Turbocharged 

23.8727 

36.3252 

28.2271 

TC 

Turbocharged 

18.6853 

29.3211 

22.3303 

SC 

Supercharged 

17.9485 

28.5015 

21.5369 

TC 

Turbocharged 

13.8358 

21.9706 

16.6020G 

NA 

Naturally Aspirated 

21.0646 

27.9892 

23.7037 

TC 

Turbocharged 

19.6619 

28.5380 

22.8617 

TC 

Turbocharged 

19.7028 

28.0105 

22.7375 

TC 

Turbocharged 

19.6619 

27.5771 

22.5781 

TC 

Turbocharged 

17.8443 

25.5746 

20.6536 

SC 

Supercharged 

23.6266 

31.3636 

26.5783 

TC 

Turbocharged 

24.0075 

29.7936 

26.3065 

TC 

Turbocharged 

18.7400 

27.6200 

21.9099 

TC 

Turbocharged 

15.5983 

21.6157 

17.8322 

SC 

Supercharged 

13.5631 

22.5823 

16.5348G 

NA 

Naturally A&fy&ted 

11.4565 

20.0560 

14.1955 G 

NA 

Naturally A&jbirated 

12.9942 

22.2057 

15.9766G 

NA 

Naturally Mf^feted 

11.7338 

19.4192 

14.2763 G 

NA 

Naturally A&jbirated 

13.5631 

22.5823 

16.5348G 

NA 

Naturally A&fWISated 

11.4565 

20.0560 

14.1955G 

NA 

Naturally Al^birated 

12.9942 

22.2057 

15.9766G 

NA 

Naturally A&ffcfiSated 

11.7338 

19.4192 

14.2763 G 

NA 

Naturally A&fbirated 

15.7409 

23.3075 

18.4339 

NA 

Naturally A&fifliSated 

15.8793 

22.1836 

18.2078 

NA 

Naturally MfMIrSated 

14.5210 

25.1577 

17.9329 

TC 

Turbocharged 

23.1833 

30.7065 

26.0560 

TC 

Turbochargyys 

18.1170 

27.5580 

21.4190 

SC 

SuperchargydIS 

17.0438 

26.0230 

20.1767 

SC 

Supercharged 

18.1170 

27.5580 

21.4190 

SC 

SuperchargMS 

17.0438 

26.0230 

20.1767 

SC 

Supercharged 

17.6699 

25.9530 

20.6333 

SC 

SuperchargteldlS 

16.7533 

26.9042 

20.1794 

TC 

Turbochargyys 

16.7533 

26.9042 

20.1794 

TC 

Turbochargyys 

16.5369 

26.7008 

19.9551 

TC 

Turbocharged 


Trans DesTrans, Oth# Gears 

Automated Manual-Selectabiefl(e.g. Au 
Automated Manual-Selectablefl(e.g. Au 
Automated Manual- Selectable6(e.g. Au 
Automated Manual-Selectable6(e.g. Au 
Automated Manual- Selectable8(e.g. Au 
Selectable Continuously Variabfe (e.g. C 
Semi-Automatic 8 

Manual 6 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Manual 6 

Selectable Continuously Variable (e.g. C 
Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 6 

Semi-Automatic 6 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Automated Manual-Selectable^.g. Au 
Manual 6 

Automated Manual-Selectable^.g. Au 
Manual 6 

Automated Manual-Selectable^.g. Au 
Manual 6 

Automated Manual-Selectable^.g. Au 
Manual 6 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 
Automated Manual-Selectable^.g. Au 
Semi-Automatic 8 

Automated Manual- SelectableG(e.g. Au 
Automated Manual-Selectable^.g. Au 
Manual 6 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 
Manual 6 


Automated Manual- Selectable7(e.g. Au 
Automated Manual-Selectable^.g. Au 
Automated Manual- Selectable7[e.g. Au 
Semi-Automatic 8 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014927 


16.7285 

23.6581 

19.2682 

SC 

Superchargia&i 

Semi-Automatic 8 

22.3665 

31.1759 

25.6242 

TC 

Turbocharg8WIS 

Automated Manual-Selectable8(e.g. Au 

22.3665 

31.1759 

25.6242 

TC 

Turbocharg8WIS 

Automated Manual- SelectableQ[e.g. Au 

15.2087 

25.3816 

18.5553 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 8 

12.4737 

21.0866 

15.2827 G 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 8 

13.8190 

23.8488 

17.0447 G 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 8 

12.0228 

20.0478 

14.6643 G 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 8 

13.8190 

23.8488 

17.0447 G 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 8 

12.0228 

20.0478 

14.6643 G 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 8 

10.5402 

17.7129 

12.8889G 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 8 

8.4232 

14.7698 

10.4424 G 

TC 

TurbochargytilS 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 

10.6055 

18.4729 

13.1199G 

NA 

Naturally MfvflrSated 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 

9.7957 

16.2453 

11.9264G 

NA 

Naturally Mfi/fkSated 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 

14.0224 

20.0427 

16.2140G 

NA 

Naturally MfiflrSated 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 

10.6353 

16.9743 

12.7836G 

NA 

Naturally MMS 

Automated 7 

24.7637 

32.6943 

27.7980 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 6 

23.7579 

32.6943 

27.0899 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Manual 5 

23.6856 

29.5929 

26.0232 

TC 

Turbocharges 

Automated Manual- Selectable6(e.g. Au 

30.6516 

40.5292 

34.4273 

TC 

Turbocharges 

Automated Manual-Selectable6[e.g. Au 

22.6980 

30.6082 

25.6850 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Manual 6 

30.5143 

40.5292 

34.3319 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Manual 6 

23.9740 

32.2876 

27.1159 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 6 

22.7135 

28.5529 

25.0157 

TC 

Turbocharges 

Automated Manual- SelectableGfe.g. Au 

30.3081 

39.6674 

33.9083 

TC 

Turbocharges 

Automated Manual- SelectableG(e.g. Au 

22.6980 

30.6082 

25.6850 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Manual 6 

29.6183 

40.1317 

33.5766 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Manual 6 

21.8993 

30.8310 

25.1821 

TC 

Turbocharges 

Automated Manual-Selectable6[e.g. Au 

20.6665 

31.8238 

24.5378 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Manual 6 

16.9415 

25.2190 

19.8774 

NA 

Naturally Aspirated 

Semi-Automatic 6 

21.7634 

30.1121 

24.8658 

TC 

Turbocharges 

Automated Manual-Selectable6[e.g. Au 

25.2640 

36.0643 

29.1989 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 6 

25.3353 

37.0021 

29.5244 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Manual 5 

31.1996 

43.0359 

35.6064 

TC 

Turbocharges 

Automated Manual- SelectableQfe.g. Au 

30.4456 

44.9367 

35.6137 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Manual 6 

24.6434 

32.6158 

27.6891 

TC 

Turbocharges 

Automated Manual-Selectable6[e.g. Au 

24.9095 

34.2917 

28.4070 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Manual 6 

25.4066 

37.0689 

29.5967 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 6 

25.1926 

37.0021 

29.4176 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Manual 5 

23.5744 

31.8670 

26.7012 

TC 

Turbocharges 

Automated Manual- SelectableGfe.g. Au 

31.4045 

44.6752 

36.2501 

TC 

Turbocharges 

Automated Manual-Selectable6[e.g. Au 

22.5269 

33.6412 

26.4608 

NA 

Naturally Aspirated 

Semi-Automatic 6 

24.6629 

33.9684 

28.1307 

NA 

Naturally A&jbirated 

Manual 5 

30.6516 

45.6549 

35.9711 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Manual 6 

22.8950 

32.6159 

26.4413 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Manual 6 

24.3335 

35.7288 

28.4112 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 6 

24.1899 

35.2585 

28.1693 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Manual 5 

29.6183 

41.9168 

34.1237 

TC 

Turbocharges 

Automated Manual-Selectable6[e.g. Au 

29.8256 

43.5614 

34.7575 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Manual 6 

19.7174 

27.8048 

22.6868 

NA 

Naturally MfvlIrSated 

Automated Manual- SelectableG(e.g. Au 

20.5496 

25.7855 

22.6161 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 6 

20.3807 

25.8019 

22.5089 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 6 

19.6490 

28.9961 

22.9829 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 8 

17.0411 

22.7325 

19.2048 

NA 

Naturally Aspirated 

Semi-Automatic 8 

VW FOIA, EPA 




06/20/2017 

2017-FFP_014928 



19.8843 23.7762 21.4655 


SC 


Supercharged 


Semi-Automatic 


8 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014929 



Lockup TcTrans Cre Drive Sys Drive DesiPrimary BMax EtharMax Biodi Rangel - IFuel UsagFuel Usag 


Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV^AVOatOAPA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV<§AVOatOVAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultra low s 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel D#iV6jAV<SatOAPA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel D#SAV02.0APA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel BM8AV02.0APA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV^AVfiatOAUB 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel D#fiAJ02.0AUF 

85 

422 

GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

N 

N 

A 

All Wheel D#fiAV02.0AUB 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel [JAW8AJ02.0AUF 

85 

406 

GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel mwaAJ02.0AUF 

85 

422 

GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

N 

N 

A 

All Wheel [JiWaAV02.0AUB 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV^AVOatOAUB 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel D#(5 b4V02.0AUB 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel D#fiAJ03.0AUD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel m\ftMJ03.0NU4 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultra low s 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel Wtf6AJ03.0AUD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel [JiW5b4J03.0NU4 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultra low s 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel m\ftaAV03.0AUE 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel DMaAV04.0NUA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel DW&AI03.0NU4 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultra low s 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel m\ftaAV03.0AUE 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel [Ji\W5b4V04.0NUA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel mwaAV06.3VUM 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel 0W"<5 b4J02.0AUF 

85 

406 

GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV^AVaatOAUA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel m\ftaAV02.0AUA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel WW5 bAI02.0AUF 

85 

455 

GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel m\ftaAJ03.0AUD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel [W<5 bAI03.0NU4 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultra low s 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel [JiW3AT02.0AUFI 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel DW5&T03.0NU3 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultra low s 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel [EW5AT03.0ALT 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel m\W5^V04.2NLC 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

N 

N 

A 

All Wheel Ui\«5b4V04.2NLC 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel [JiW5bW05.2NLD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

N 

N 

A 

All Wheel Ui\«5b4V05.2NLD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel m\W5^V04.2NLC 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

N 

N 

A 

All Wheel Ui\«5b4V04.2NLC 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel [JiW5bW05.2NLD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

N 

N 

A 

All Wheel Ui\«5b4V05.2NLD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel [JiW5bW04.2NLB 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel m\W5^V04.2NLB 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel Ui\«5b4V04.0NUA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel m\i\aAV02.0AUA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel IW0AJO3.OAUD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

N 

N 

A 

All Wheel [Ji\W5b4J03.0AUD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel UNmi03.0AUD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

N 

N 

A 

All Wheel 0#aM03.0AUD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel D#fiAJ03.0AUD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel D#(5 b4V04.0NUA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel 0#a^V04.0NUA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel 0#(5 b4V04.0NUA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014930 







Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel BWSAJ03.0AUD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel BWaAV02.0AUA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel BiWaAV02.0AUA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel [FiW8AV04.0NUA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel [KWaAV06.0VLN 

85 

357 

GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel [KWaBW04.0NUA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel [FiW5eW06.0VLN 

85 

357 

GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel EBK^V04.0NUA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel EFiW5BW06.0VLN 

85 

357 

GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

R 

2-Wheel DfiV€j4Ma®.8ELP 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel EFWSAV08.0GLB 

15 


GPR 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel D#CflW06.5LLR 

15 


GPR 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel [BfiSAV06.5LLR 

15 


GPR 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel mWSAV05.2NLE 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel IFVGAV06. 

15 


GPR 

Gasoline (1 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV^AVflatOVBD 

15 


G 

Gasoline (Regular 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV^AVflatOVBD 

15 


G 

Gasoline (Regular 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV£jAV<9at0VBD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV£jAV<9at0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultra low s 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV£jAV<9at0VBD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV£jAV<9at0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultra low s 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV6jAV<9at0VBD 

15 


G 

Gasoline (Regular 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV6jAV<9at0VBD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV£jAV<9at0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultra low s 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV€jAV<Sat0VBD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV6jAV<Qat0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultra low s 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV6j/BQiM)VUE 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV6jM2»2\f)VUE 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel [FM5AV03.6VUF 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV^jAVflatOVSE 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV6jAVdat0APA 

15 


G 

Gasoline (Regular 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV6jAV<fiat0APA 

15 


G 

Gasoline (Regular 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV6jAV<Qat0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultra low s 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV6jAV<aat0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultra low s 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV£jAV<Qat0APA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV6jAV<8at0APA 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV6jAV<9at0VBD 

15 


G 

Gasoline (Regular 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV£jAV<9at0VBD 

10 


G 

Gasoline (Regular 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV£jAV<eat0VBD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV£jAV<Qat0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultra low s 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV£jAV<9at0VUC 

15 


G 

Gasoline (Regular 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV6jAV<9at0VUC 

15 


G 

Gasoline (Regular 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV6jAV<9atOVAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultra low s 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV6jAV«9atOVBD 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV6jAV0atOVBD 

15 


G 

Gasoline (Regular 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV6jAV<0atOVBD 

15 


G 

Gasoline (Regular 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV6jAVeat0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultra low s 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV6jAV0atOVAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultra low s 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV^AV(S8t6VUG 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DfiV^AMhOVUE 

10 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel [RW5 bAI02.0VUE 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel EBK5&T03.0NU2 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultra low s 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel EFWte0MO3.6VUK 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014931 





Y N A All Wheel WW8AT03.0VUH 


15 


GP 


Gasoline (Premium 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014932 



Fuel Unit -Fuel Unit IGas GuzzIGas Guzzl2Dr Pass ’2Dr Lugg 4Dr Pass 

4Dr Lugg Htchbk PaHtchbk Lu 

MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



86 

12 



MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 



86 

12 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

79 

10 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

79 

10 





MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 



86 

10 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



91 

12 



MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 



91 

12 



MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 



91 

12 



MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 

81 

10 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

84 

12 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

84 

12 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



100 

15 



MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 



100 

15 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



90 

28 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 





84 

17 

MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 





84 

17 

MPG 

miles per glllon 

Truck 







MPG 

miles per glllon 

Truck 







MPG 

miles per glllon 

Truck 







MPG 

miles per glllon 

Truck 







MPG 

miles per glllon 

Truck 







MPG 

miles per glllon 

Truck 







MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 







MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 







MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 







MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 







MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 







MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 







MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 







MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 







MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

84 

13 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

81 

10 





MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 



86 

10 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



90 

13 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



90 

13 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

84 

13 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

84 

13 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

81 

10 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



100 

15 



VW FOIA, EPA 



06/20/2017 




2017-FFP_014933 





MPG 

miles per glllon 

Truck 







MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

74 

13 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 







MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 

89 

11 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

89 

11 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

86 

7 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

86 

7 





MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 

102 

13 





MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 

102 

13 





MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 



101 

11 



MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 







MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 







MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 







MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 







MPG 

miles per gN 

Not exempt 







MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

81 

7 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

81 

7 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

81 

7 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

81 

7 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

81 

7 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

94 

13 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

94 

13 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

94 

13 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 

77 

11 





MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



94 

16 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



94 

16 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



94 

16 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



94 

16 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



94 

16 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



94 

16 



MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 



94 

16 



MPG 

miles per gNIIon 

Not exempt 



94 

16 



MPG 

miles per gMlon 

Not exempt 



102 

16 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



102 

16 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



102 

16 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



102 

16 



MPG 

miles per gallon 

Not exempt 



102 

16 



MPG 

miles per glllon 

Truck 







MPG 

miles per glllon 

Truck 







MPG 

miles per glllon 

Truck 







MPG 

miles per glllon 

Truck 








VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014934 




MPG 


miles per glllon 


Truck 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014935 



Annua! FuEPA 

.2100 

1550 

2050 

2200 

2100 

2100 

2300 

2200 

2400 

2300 

2200 

2050 

2500 

2600 

1950 

2700 

1950 

2600 

2600 

2000 

2600 

2600 

3350 

2400 

2500 

2500 

2500 

2700 

2100 

2200 

2550 

3150 

3350 

4050 

3550 

4050 

3350 

4050 

3550 

4050 

3150 

3150 

3150 

2200 

2700 

2850 

2700 

2850 

2700 

2850 

2850 

2850 


CalciComment City2 FE ( Hwy2 FueComb2 FtLow'd Cit^Low'd Hw Low'd CorCity2 Unai 

2100corrected fuel unit price, engine configuration number changed to #1 for 1.8L engine code CN 
1550 hwy label value correction, Bio-Diesel Max 5% 

2050refresh release date, corrected interior volumes, fuel unit price correction, engine configurati 
2200 refreshed release date, interior volume corrected, engine configuration changed to #2 for 2.0 
2100carline interior volumes corrected from 2 door to 4 door, engine configuration number chang 
2100 

2300manuf confii&natory tgSts used, 3,-gycle un-rounded city value typo corrected9.5 
2200 

2400eng code ejection, rMnuf confirTnatory tests used 19 

2300manuf coni6matory tgSts used, 3,-gycle city MPG typo correction 19.5 

2200 
2050 
2500 
2600 
1950 
2700 
1950 
2600 
2600 
2000 
2600 

2600 FUEL AND GHG RATING CORRECTED TO 5 
33505-yr fuel cost corrected 

2400manuf confli&natory tgits updatdL7 19.2 

2500Corrected C02 typos, corrected round error for highway rounded adjusted C02 value 
2500 Eng division correction 

2500 14 19 16 17.4 

2700 Syr fuel cost corrected 

2100Corrected unrounded unadjusted highway and combined C02 values 

2200corrected stop/start indicator, zero set for 5-yr fuel saved instead of zero for spending 

2550 

3150corrected highway C02 adj value 

3350 

4050 

3550 

4050 

3350 

4050 

3550 

4050 

3150 

3150 

3150 Relabel, 50/50 weighting of best and worse (D&S) testing 

2200 5yr fuel savings set to zero instead of spending 

2700 

2850 

2700 

2850 

2700 

2850 maximum ethanol corrected 
2850 maximum ethanol corrected 
2850S/S indicator to yes, back to NO. 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014936 








3000 3000 

2200 2200changed engine configuration number after Verify reassigned numbers on CSI after addition o 

2200 2200changed engine configuration number after Verify reassigned numbers on CSI after addition o 

3000 3000 release date change to March 

3800 3800 9 15 11 10.5 

3350 3350data substitution corrected to no for eng code CYCA, release date change to March 

3800 3800 9 15 11 10.5 

3350 3350 release date change to March 

3800 3800 9 15 11 10.5 

4400 4400 

5700 5700eng code correction 

4400 4400 

4750 4750 

3550 3550Release date change 

4400 4400 corrected carline to Veneno Roadster 477 

1900 1900 

1950 1950corrected combined unrounded unadj value 

2200 2200corrected combined unadjusted unrounded value type 
1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2200 2200 

1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

1950 1950 

2300 2300 

1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2200 2200 

1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2300 2300 

2300 2300 

2850 2850 

2300 2300 

1800 1800 

1750 1750 

1550 1550 hwy label value corrected, Bio-Diesel Max 5% 

1550 1550 relabel with EPA confirmatory tests, Bio-Diesel Max 5% 

2050 2050SMOG corrected to 9 as this is a nationwide Tier 2 BIN 2 and Calif PZEV.....engine code correc 
2050 2050engine code correction to 211 hp code 
1750 1750 

1800 1800fuel consumption and C02 unadj unrounded corrected 
2100 21005 yr fuel savings corrected 

1550 1550 release date change, Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2000 2000 

1900 1900 

1550 1550 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2200 2200 

1900 1900 rounded adjusted highway C02 rounding error corrected 

1900 1900 

1650 1650 EPA confirmatory tests numbers for city highway US06 now included, no label value changes, 

1600 1600corrected C02 values and annual fuel cost corrected, Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2500 2500 

2500 2500 

2500 2500 

2450 2450 corrected fuel economy rating to 5 

3000 3000 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014937 




2700 2700S/S set to yes 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014938 



Hwy2 UnaComb2 UrCity2 UnrtHwy2 UnrCmb2 Unr Range2 - Fuel2 Us< Fuel2 Us<Fuel2 Uni1Fuel2 Unit 


30.8 

23.356 

15.3563 

21.9111 

17.7451 

304 

E 

Ethanol (ESSIpG 

30 

22.7545 

15.0024 

21.384 

17.3296 

287 

E 

Ethanol (E86lpG 

30.8 

23.356 

15.3563 

21.9111 

17.7451 

304 

E 

Ethanol (ES'SIpG 


28.8 22.5882 15.1507 20.5603 17.1855 287 E Ethanol (ESSIpG 

27.1 20.7407 13.7947 19.3602 15.8444 317 E Ethanol (E86lpG 


miles per gallon 

miles per gallon 
miles per gallon 


miles per gallon 

miles per gallon 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014939 




20.8 

13.5107 

8.8115 

15.1054 

10.8449 

262 

E 

Ethanol (E3SlpG 

miles per gallon 

20.5 

13.4531 

8.6127 

14.7094 

10.5874 

262 

E 

Ethanol (EETSIpG 

miles per gallon 

20.5 

13.4531 

8.6127 

14.7094 

10.5874 

262 

E 

Ethanol (EETSIpG 

miles per gallon 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014940 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014941 



mmMkh a 


iilllllfcKli* 


2750 


406 


300 


358 


2750 


2900 


450 


320 


392 


2900 


escriptoiIntake Val Exhaust VCarline Cl Carline Cl 

SIDI; 2 23 Subcompact Cars 

2 23 Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; 2 23 Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; 2 23 Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; 2 23 Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; 2 24 Compact Cars 

SIDI; Under EPA regulations, thg4nanufacti£€rrifp8ii5le6art5e fu 
SIDI; 2 24 Compact Cars 

SIDI; Under EPA regulations, thg3nanufactu$ebcevf^ffi$btKfiafB 
SIDI; Under EPA regulations, thgJnanufactuSebcevf^ffisttKsfa 


SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; FFV; 
SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; FFV; 
SIDI; 

SIDI; 


23 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 

25 

26 
26 
26 
26 
27 

24 
24 
231 
231 
231 
231 
233 


Subcompact Cars 
Midsize Cars 
Midsize Cars 
Midsize Cars 
Midsize Cars 
Midsize Cars 
Midsize Cars 
Midsize Cars 
Midsize Cars 
Large Cars 
Large Cars 
Large Cars 
Large Cars 
Small Station Wag 
Compact Cars 
Compact Cars 
Small SUV 4WD 
Small SUV 4WD 
Small SUV 4WD 
Small SUV 4WD 
Standard SUV 4W 


SIDI; 

2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; Under EPA regulations, th^5nanufactull^idiseses§alrthe fu 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Cars 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014942 










SIDI; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 






SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 






SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 






SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 

4250 

711 

410 

576 

4250 

FFV; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 






SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 

4250 

726 

421 

589 

4250 

FFV; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 






SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Cars 

4250 

726 

421 

589 

4250 

FFV; 

2 

25 

Midsize Cars 


SIDI & PFI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 


1 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 


15 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 

24 
24 
24 

23 

24 
24 
24 


Midsize Cars 
Two Seaters 
Two Seaters 
Two Seaters 
Two Seaters 

Two Seate 
Compact Cars 
Compact Cars 
Compact Cars 
Compact Cars 
Compact Cars 
Compact Cars 
Subcompact Cars 
Subcompact Cars 
Subcompact Cars 
Subcompact Cars 
Subcompact Cars 
Compact Cars 
Compact Cars 
Compact Cars 
Subcompact Cars 
Compact Cars 
Compact Cars 
Compact Cars 


Under EPA regulations, the maiMfacturer r^osBjditteOaiBl eco 


SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 


2 

24 

Compact Cars 


1 

14 

Compact Cars 


1 

14 

Compact Cars 


2 

24 

Compact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Cars 


2 

25 

Midsize Cars 


2 

25 

Midsize Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

230 

Small SUV 2WD 

SIDI; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 


2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 

SIDI; 

2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014943 





SIDI; 


2 


233 


Standard SUV 4W 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014944 



Car/TruckCalc ApprSales Release DEPA FE Label Datas&triB|ue La La be I RecRelabel Relabel Di 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/feS)/a014 

16011 


N 



car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16973 


N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycleS/&/3014 

16013 

N 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl/&/3014 

16012 

■Mm ■ N 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycl£/Mi^014 

16197 


N 



car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

15670 


N 



car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/29/2014 

16780 


Y 

RL 

Relabel - label val 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycleS/i!M3014 

15675 

MiMN 

N 



car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/22/2014 

16989 


Y 

RH 

Relabel - label val 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/29/2014 

16782 

N 

Y 

RL 

Relabel - label val 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle9/i3Mfl014 

15676 


N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0/i?iM3O14 

15673 


N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycIefl/i?ib/3014 

15674 

MlMlf N 

N 



car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

16062 

■MllfMh 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycl§/M*fi014 

15458 


N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycleQ$fi>/3014 

16061 

IiiibIin 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycl§/tMM3014 

15459 


N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycl!e/dafcy£2014 

15647 

■INMn 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/tefe^014 

15385 

MM!! N 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/fe$)/3014 

15456 

1 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/tei^014 

15648 

—M 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/lfefeyQ014 

15386 

WMiimSmgwMmmm 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/fe!fe/3014 

16699 

MHM^ 

N 



car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

16637 

mmSMiMmmmmM 

N 



car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/4/2014 

16057 

wwMfmmWWtmfW 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycIe8M£1014 

15650 

SmsfmMSmwMimsM 

N 




Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

16034 


N 




Vehicle Specific 5-cycleQ^fi)yS014 

16700 

■ 

N 




Vehicle Specific 5-cycte/M^014 

15460 


N 




Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0^^QO14 

16701 


N 




Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl^£^014 

15408 

■H N 

N 




Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

15711 

■ 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0$M3O14 

15493 

N 

WWi-mWmmMWMm 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0$fe/3O14 

15497 


N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0$&y61O14 

15601 


N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle8$lM3014 

15598 


N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle04®^O14 

15492 

■■MHn 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycleS$lM3014 

15496 


N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle8/iSM3014 

15600 

■MNS N 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0$M3O14 

15597 

IMMMIn 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle8$M3014 

15589 

■MMISI^ 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0/&/3O14 

15590 


N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycft/&8^014 

16705 


Y 

RL 

Relabel - label val 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle8/i4>/a014 

16702 

N 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyde0$fe/3O14 

16064 

mmm N 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0$l!)/aoi4 

16067 

Ntil N 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0/iSMaol4 

16065 


N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl$l!)/3014 

16068 

■■P N 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl/i5M3014 

16066 

MB n 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0/i£*61O14 

15576 

■■1 n 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle6^2^014 

15575 

mtmp 

N 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/tHM2014 

15400 

MMN 

N 




VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014945 









car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 


Vehicle Specific 5-cycleflM&014 16059 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclfe/tkE>/9014 16014 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclfe/tkS)/3014 16015 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/B&*&014 15558 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/tbfe^014 15654 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyc&/&8>&014 15557 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/fe!fe/3014 15661 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyc&/a$>&014 15559 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/B*/3014 15659 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle3/ib/3014 15737 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/&l)^014 15692 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle7l/i&/3014 15678 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle7$M3014 15681 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/tfe2^014 15599 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle7M/£D14 16523 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 16085 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 16169 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/&8>&014 16170 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 16979 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/&£*fi014 16092 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 16981 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 16086 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/&&/2014 16088 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014gj| 16978 
Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/k8^014 16093 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 16980 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycK/fel*fi014 15689 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycft/tol^014 15690 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycI2/tM*&014 15687 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycft/tbl^014 15602 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 16492 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 16198 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 16974! 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/8/2014 16972 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle4/61^014 16903 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle4^1^014 16904 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 16429 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 16468 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/&&/2014 16703 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/4/2014 16976 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 16450 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyc&/M)/3014 16222 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 16977 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycft/&8^014 16381 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 16393 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 16273 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 16982 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 : 16983 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/M^014 15686 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 15612 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 15611 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyc&/tfeS^014 15417 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/1/2014 15688 


N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


RL Relabel - label va 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014946 


























N 


Derived 5-cycle label 



16838 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014947 



Suppress(Police/EmCommentCyl Deact'Cyl Deact Var Valve Var Valve Var Valve Var Valve Energy St 

N N 1.8L Engin«NCode CNSB, CXBB //CNSA, CXBAONTINUOIUS VARIABLE VALVE TIMING 

N N Engine CocW CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGoIf, Jetta Engine CcNIe CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

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N N 2.0L EngindCode CNTC Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABdMA^Af€eT£iyHW 6 i 

N N 2.0L EngindCode CNTC Y CONTINUOUS VARIAB&fi<5MA^feTEiyHW6i 

N N N Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABBfAVlftEVIMIIIIKFGBYSTEM 

N N Engine CocW: CPMB Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABEJAV^EVSMIIIIKIGBYSTEM 

N N N Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABEJA'mEVIMIIIIKFGBYSTEM 

N N Engine CocW: CPMB Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABBIA'IZ^EVIMIIIIKFGSYSTEM 

N N Engine CocW: CPMB Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABKA'mEVIMIIIIKFGBYSTEM 

N N N Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABBfAV^EVIMIIIIKFGBYSTEM 

N N N Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABKAVlftEVIMIIIIKFGSYSTEM 

N N N Y CONTINUOUS VARIAEABBfAV^EVIMIIIWGBYSTEM 

N N Engine CocW: CTUA Y CONTINUOUS VARIABAB0AV1«EVIMIIIWGBYSTEM 

N N N N N 

N N Engine CocW: CTUA Y CONTINUOUS VARIABAB0AV1«EVIMIIIWGBYSTEM 

N N N N N 

N N Engine CodW:CREC Equipped witYi Start Sto|£0(NJ1N<U6i^^Fn^iAEIipflfi!ffi\raHlffi5BIYSTEM 

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N N Engine Cod£ CTGA. A 8 D^A 8 ti\AattilVStrfr 4 vSitrH]lftedirft^ilfii^^tab^esaMb^>ithBitolet/fcAI^ 2 ktoil 3 te*g 

N N Engine Cocf 6 CTNA wittCSyilifildyHffilfeErctieatktoifttikHnand ixhaust cam timing is electronically con 

N N Engine CocW: CPMB Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABBfAV^EVIMIIIIKFGBYSTEM 

N N Engine CocW CCTA - Q3 models Y CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE VALVE TIMING 

N N Engine CocW CCTA - Q3 models Y CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE VALVE TIMING 

N N Engine CocW: CPMB Y CONTINUOUS VARIAEABBIA'IZ^EVIMIIIWGSYSTEM 

N N Engine CocW: CTUC Y CONTINUOUS VARIABAB0AV1«EVIMIIIWGSYSTEM 

N N N N N 

N N Engine CocW (CHJA) Audi Q5 HybYid CONTINUOUS VARIABAB0AV)ftEVBMllBi0^(i^TEM 

N N Engine codNCNRB N N 

N N Engine CocW (CTWB) Y CONTINUOUS VARIABLE VALVE TIMING 

N N Engine CocW CNDA Y CONTINUOyS INTAKE AND EXHAUST CAM ADJUST 

N N Engine CocW CNDA Y CONTINUOUS INTAKE AND EXHAUST CAM ADJUST 

N N ENGINE CCfSDE CTYA (AUDI R 8 ) Y INLET ANDKDUTLET CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE / M 

N N ENGINE CODE CTYA (AUDI R 8 ) Y INLET ANDfOUTLET CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE / M 

N N Engine CocW CNDA Y CONTINUOUS INTAKE AND EXHAUST CAM ADJUST 

N N Engine CocW CNDA Y CONTINUOUS INTAKE AND EXHAUST CAM ADJUST 

N N ENGINE CODE CTYA (AUDI R 8 ) Y INLET ANDI®UTLET CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE / M 

N N ENGINE COfSDE CTYA (AUDI R 8 ) Y INLET ANDKDUTLET CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE / M 

N N Engine CocW: CFS Y Continuously intake and exhaust cam adjustment 

N N Engine CocW: CFS Y Continuously intake and exhaust cam adjustment 

N N Engine Cocte CRDB (RST^activatid^i of cylindCcsTljr^c^AtyJiStbyesetiSb^xHBij'Btlet^fiTdtljjakteBiibteiig 

N N Engine CocW CYFB - Audi S3 Y CONTINUOUSLY VARIABtE VrflkVBpMSWG Exhaust 

N N Engine CocW: CTUB Y CONTINUOUS VARIAB&BDAVWEWMIIINGBYSTEM 

N N Engine CocW: CTUB Y CONTINUOUS VARIABADDAVWEWMIIINGBYSTEM 

N N Engine CocW: CTUB Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABBIA'mEVIMIIIIKFGBYSTEM 

N N Engine CocW: CTUB Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABEJAVKHEVIMIIIIKFGBYSTEM 

N N Engine CocW: CTUB Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABDANZICIEVIMIIIIKFGSYSTEM 

N N Engine Cocf£ CEUC. S 6 DeSZtriw 0 tidte of cylindCcsTiirB^cBjblyJiStbyesattfb^xHBSaKtlel^fiidldjsaktoibteicg 

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VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014948 







N N Engine Coctel: CTUA Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABDAV^VTOWraYSTEM 

N N Generations (EVO) 2.0L TFSI witW Audi ValVeCEiySlI&HdCHraYNMElD^^ 

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N N Engine Cod£ CYCA. SSDrffedbivttid^efB^^d^MSp^^ifij^ditab^esaMki^cthBiiWIeJ^ETAifsakteiiiteiig 

N N Engine Coctel CVAB. Bentley ContVhental GT ji\lMfFtAWD1®IU3XE]b6(Md™felOUSLY VARIABLE / M 

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N N Engine Cocte L539B (/EdfSCE^NBEAi^Y, GOfeHM2RAHlfclKElS5)EM ELtBQNff®KEjZM.brAO®TIVRiCWEK: 

N N Engine Cod£ L539B ( MMtiRBNffiAift^, ©OfeHMabfeBMaffilSl^M BlffiQWffQKEjZM.trAOS'TIVRiWEBI 

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N N Engine CoY ELECTROY HYDRAULN 

N N Engine Coctel (CPKA). 1.8L Volkswagen Passdt(IHgtANJ(BAyiHIY,[H^yCWTc^1STEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine Coctel (CPKA). 1.8L Volkswagen Passdt(IHgtANJ©feHlHIY ; [H^yCWTc^TEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine Coctel (CPLA). 2.0L Jetta, Beetle, BeetMBEaMkfilMIHYDRAULIC VVT SYSTEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine Coctel CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcMIe CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N Engine Coctel (CPLA). 2.0L Jetta, Beetle, BeetMBEaMkfOMIHYDRAULIC VVT SYSTEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine Coctel CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcMIe CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N Engine Coctel (CPKA). 1.8L Volkswagen PassatHgtAN,l<B6H1^ ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine Coctel (CPLA). 2.0L Jetta, Beetle, BeetMBDAMikflMIHYDRAULIC VVT SYSTEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine Coctel CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcMIe CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N Engine Coctel (CPLA). 2.0L Jetta, Beetle, BeetMBDAMMMIHYDRAULIC VVT SYSTEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine Coctel CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcMIe CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N N Y position ofRhtake/exhaust camshaft electronically 

N N N Y position ofRhtake/exhaust camshaft electronically 

N N N Y position ofRhtake/exhaust camshaft electronically 

N N N Y CONTINUOUS VARIABLE VALVE TIMING 

N N 1.8L EngincNCode CNSB, CXBB//CNSA, CXBAONTINUOWIS VARIABLE VALVE TIMING 

N N 1.8L EngincNCode CNSB, CXBB//CNSA, CXBAONTINUONIS VARIABLE VALVE TIMING 

N N Engine Coctel CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcMIe CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N Engine Coctel CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcMIe CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N 2.0L EngincNCode CNTC Y CONTINUOUS VARIAB4BdMAdAf€eTHyHW6i 

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N N Engine Coctel (CPKA). 1.8L Volkswagen Passdt(IHgtAN,l©gKlHIY,[Hg^yCWTdS¥ISTEM ON INTAKE C 

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N N Engine Coctel (CPLA). 2.0L Jetta, Beetle, BeetMBDAMkfilMIHYDRAULIC VVT SYSTEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine Coctel CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcMIe CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N Engine Coctel CBPA N N 

N N Engine Coctel CBPA N N 

N N Engine Coctel CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcMIe CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N Engine Coctel (CPLA). 2.0L Jetta, Beetle, BeetMBIMMflMIHYDRAULIC VVT SYSTEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine Coctel (CPKA). 1.8L Volkswagen Passalt(IHgtAN,l(BAHlHIY,[H^yCWTdS^STEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine Coctel (CPKA). 1.8L Volkswagen Passdt(IHgtAN,l©feyiHIY,[H^yCWTdS¥ISTEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine Coctel CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcMIe CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N Engine Coctel CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcMIe CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N Engine codN: CDVB Y Electronic ddmtrol / Hydraulic adjustment 

N N N Y position ofRhtake/exhaust camshaft electronically 

N N N Y position ofRhtake/exhaust camshaft electronically 

N N Engine Coctel CNRB N N 

N N N Y INTAKE / EMUST CAM TIMING ADJUSTED HYDRAU 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014949 



V6 CYLINDER 2 BANK SYSTEM Eng Code CGMECANICANHYDRAULIC VVT SYSffS«fe£#;|NTAKE C 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014950 



Energy St# BatterieiBattery Tv Battery TyTotal VoltiBatt EnercBatt SpeciBatt ChareComment:# Capacitc 


1 Lithium Ion 


266 5.00 37.00n-Board 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014951 




VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014952 



1 NiMH 


288 


6.00 


21.5 On-Board 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014953 



Electrical Regen Brakdtoth 


Y 


1AC Induction 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014954 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014955 



Other 


BRAKE PEDIMtTiRIGGERIED REGENERATIVE HYDRAULIC MECHANICAL BRAKE SYSTEM lOther 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014956 



iFuel MeteiFuel MeteiFuel Cell VOff Board Camless ViOil Viscosi' 


GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

CRD! 

Common Rail Direct Diesel InjectINbn 

5W40 VW 50501 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

CRDI 

Common Rail Direct Diesel InjectNbn 

5W30 VW 50700 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

CRDI 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injectfrbn 

5W30 VW 50700 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W30 VW 50400 / 

CRDI 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 

5W30 VW 50700 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W30 VW 50400 / 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

CRDI 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 

5W30 VW 50700 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

CRDI 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 

5W30 VW 50700 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W/30, VW50400 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W/30, VW50400 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

10W60 VW 50101 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

10W60 VW 50101 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W/30, VW50400 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W/30, VW50400 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

10W60 VW 50101 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct injection 

N 

10W60 VW 50101 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W30 VW 50400 / 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W30 VW 50400 / 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W30 VW 50400 / 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W30 VW 50400 / 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W30 VW 50400 / 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W30 VW 50400 / 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014957 



GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

MFI 

GDI 

MFI 

GDI 

MFI 

MFI 

MFI 

MFI 

MFI 

GDPI 

MFI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

CRDI 

GDI 

CRDI 

GDI 

GDI 

CRDI 

GDI 

CRDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

CRDI 

CRDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

CRDI 

MFI 

MFI 

CRDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

CRDI 

CRDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

CRDI 

GDI 


Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Multipoint/dequential fuel injection 
Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Multipoint/dequential fuel injection 
Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Multipoint/tfequential fuel injectfobn 
Multipoint/sequential fuel injection 
Multipoint/sequential fuel injection 
Multipoint/sequential fuel injection 
Multipoint/sequential fuel injection 
Spark Ignition direct & ported injection 

Multipoints N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 
Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 
Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 
Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Common Rail Direct Diesel InjectMm 
Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 
Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 
Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 
Multipoint/sequential fuel injectfobn 
Multipoint/sequential fuel injection 
Common Rail Direct Diesel Injection 
Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 
Common Rail Direct Diesel InjectINbn 
Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Common Rail Direct Diesel InjectINbn 
Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 


5W40 VW 50200 

5W40 

5W40 

5W30 VW 50400 / 
5W30 VW 504 00 
5W30 VW 50400 / 
5W30 VW 504 00 
5W30 VW 50400 / 
5W30 VW 504 00 
0W40 / VW50200 
10W60 VW 50101 
5W30 VW 50400 / 
5W30 VW 50400 / 
5W30 VW 50400 

5W30 VW 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W-40 VW50200 
5W40 / VW50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W30 VW 50700 
5W40 VW 50200 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014958 



3 PHASE CURRENT FIRM. MAGNET 


GDI Spark Ignitlistn Direct Injection N 


5W40 VW 50200 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014959 



Stop/StartStop/StartTrans in FETraits as I Model TypChargeBe Charge ® Charge SuiCharge SuiEPA Calcul 


N 

No 

Auto(AM-S£)jto(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-S£^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-S£^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AV-S8$uto(AV-S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Manual(M®$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Manual(M®$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AV-S8)uto(AV-S8)udi A6 CVT 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) Audi A6 quattro 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) Audi Q7 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

N 

No 

Manual(M®$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA|ito(AM-S7) 

N 

No 

Manual(M®$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

N 

No 

Manual(M®$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

N 

No 

Manual(M0$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-S£^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

N 

No 

Manual(M0$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

N 

No 

Manual(M®$anuaI(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^Jto(AM-S7) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014960 







N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM -S$f Coupe quattro 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S5X Coupe quattro 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SAuto(AM-SVENENO 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M$$anuaI(M5) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA|jto(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA|ito(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M0$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

ManuaI(M®$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-S£|ito(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-S£^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

ManuaI(M®|lanual(M6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M{B$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M&)flanuaI(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-S£|ito(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M3$anuai(M5) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(MS)flanual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-S£|ito(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

ManuaI(Mi$anuaI(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M3$anual(M5) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) Jetta Base 

N 

No 

Manual(M3k)flanual(M5) 

N 

No 

Manual(M(B$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M&)flanual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M3$anual(M5) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-S£^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M0$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-S#to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) Tiguan front 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014961 



Y 


Yes 


Auto(S8) Auto(S8) Touareg Hybrid 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014962 



EPA Calcul|/IFR CalcuEPA Calculated Gas GGiJtatlqgifGHG Ratin#l Smog R#1 Mfr Sm #1 EPA SmSmartWay 

34.9 


7 

7FVGAV02.0APA 

9 

48.3 


8 

8 FVGAV02.0VAL 

5 

36.2 

wSk 

7 

7FVGAV02.0APA 

9 

34.3 


6 

6FVGAV02.0APA 

9 

35.2 


7 

7FVGAV02.0APA 

9 

35.4 


7 

7FVGAV02.0AUB 

5 

32.3 

j 

6 

6FVGAJ02.0AUF 

5 

33.1 

1 

6 

6FVGAV02.0AUB 

5 

31.4 

IB 

6 

6FVGAJ02.0AUF 

5 

32.3 


6 

6FVGAJ02.0AUF 

5 

33.1 


6 

6FVGAV02.0AUB 

5 

36.9 


7 

7FVGAV02.0AUB 

5 

30.0 

M 

5 

5 FVGAV02.0AUB 

5 

28.1 

Mi 

5 

5 FVGAJ03.0AUD 

5 

37.7 

■ 

7 

6FVGAJ03.0NU4 

5 

27.9 


5 

5 FVGAJ03.0AUD 

5 

37.7 


7 

6FVGAJ03.0NU4 

5 

28.8 


5 

5 FVGAV03.0AUE 

5 

28.0 


5 

5 FVGAV04.0NUA 

5 

36.9 


7 

6FVGAJ03.0NU4 

5 

28.8 


5 

5 FVGAV03.0AUE 

5 

27.6 


5 

5 FVGAV04.0NUA 

5 

21.1 


4 

4FVGAV06.3VUM 

5 

31.2 


6 

6FVGAJ02.0AUF 

5 

30.0 


5 

5 FVGAV02.0AUA 

5 

29.5 


5 

5 FVGAV02.0AUA 

5 

29.6 


5 

5 FVGAJ02.0AUF 

5 

27.2 


5 

5 FVGAJ03.0AUD 

5 

34.3 


7 

5 FVGAJ03.0NU4 

5 

34.0 


6 

6FVGAT02.0AUH 

5 

28.1 


5 

4FVGAT03.0NU3 

5 

23.1 


4 

4FVGAT03.0ALT 

5 

20.7 


4 

4FVGAV04.2NLC 

5 

17.2 


2 

2FVGAV04.2NLC 

5 

19.6 

■■■ 

3 

3 FVGAV05.2NLD 

5 

17.0 


2 

2FVGAV05.2NLD 

5 

20.7 

ImBIB 

4 

4FVGAV04.2NLC 

5 

17.2 


2 

2FVGAV04.2NLC 

5 

19.6 


3 

3 FVGAV05.2NLD 

5 

17.0 


2 

2FVGAV05.2NLD 

5 

22.8 


4 

4FVGAV04.2NLB 

5 

22.6 


4 

4FVGAV04.2NLB 

5 

22.6 


4 

4FVGAV04.0NUA 

5 

33.2 


6 

6FVGAV02.0AUA 

5 

26.9 


5 

5FVGAJ03.0AUD 

5 

23.5 


5 

5FVGAJ03.0AUD 

5 

26.9 


5 

5FVGAJ03.0AUD 

5 

23.5 


5 

5FVGAJ03.0AUD 

5 

26.4 


5 

5FVGAJ03.0AUD 

5 

25.4 


5 

5FVGAV04.0NUA 

5 

25.4 


5 

5FVGAV04.0NUA 

5 

25.0 

■ 

5 

5FVGAV04.0NUA 

5 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014963 









24.9 
33.3 

33.3 

23.7 

19.5 

21.9 

18.3 

21.9 

18.3 

15.9 

12.6 

16.4 

14.6 
20.0 

15.8 
37.0 

35.9 

33.9 

46.6 
33.1 

46.4 

35.9 

33.3 

45.8 

33.1 

45.3 

32.2 

31.4 

24.8 

32.4 

38.9 

39.3 

48.3 

48.2 

35.9 

35.8 

39.4 

38.4 

34.8 

49.2 

34.9 

35.9 

48.7 
34.0 

37.7 

37.3 
46.2 

46.9 

28.5 

29.7 

29.6 
29.6 
25.0 



4 

6 

6 

4 

3 

4 

3 

4 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 

3 

1 

7 

7 
6 

8 
6 
8 

7 
6 

8 
6 
8 
6 
6 

5 

6 
7 

7 

8 
8 
7 
7 
7 
7 

7 

8 
6 

7 

8 
6 
7 

7 

8 
8 
5 
5 
5 
5 

4 


4FVGAJ03.0AUD 

6FVGAV02.0AUA 

6FVGAV02.0AUA 

4FVGAV04.0NUA 

3 FVGAV06.0VLN 

4FVGAV04.0NUA 

3FVGAV06.0VLN 

4FVGAV04.0NUA 

3FVGAV06.0VLN 

1FVGAV06.8ELP 

1FVGAV08.0GLB 

1FVGAV06.5LLR 

1FVGAV06.5LLR 

3 FVGAV05.2NLE 

1 FVGAV06. 

7FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VPD 

6FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VAL 

6FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VAL 

7FVGAV02.0VPD 

6FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VAL 

6FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VAL 

6FVGAJ02.0VUE 

6FVGAJ02.0VUE 

5FVGAV03.6VUF 

6FVGAV02.0VSE 

7FVGAV02.0APA 

7FVGAV02.0APA 

8FVGAV02.0VAL 

8FVGAV02.0VAL 

7FVGAV02.0APA 

7FVGAV02.0APA 

7FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VPD 

8FVGAV02.0VAL 

6FVGAV02.0VUC 

7FVGAV02.0VUC 

8FVGAV02.0VAL 

6FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VAL 

7FVGAV02.0VAL 

5FVGAV03.6VUG 

5FVGAJ02.0VUE 

5FVGAJ02.0VUE 

5FVGAT03.0NU2 

4FVGAT03.6VUK 


5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

7 

7 

7 

5 

7 

5 

7 

7 

5 

7 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

9 

9 

5 

5 

9 

9 

7 

7 

7 

5 

5 

5 

5 

7 

7 

7 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014964 









28.2 


5 


5FVGAT03.0VUH 


5 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014965 



R#2 Mfr Srw#2 EPA SmSmartWay#3 Smog R#3 Mfr Smi#3 EPA SmSmartWay 


g R#4 Mfr Sim 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014966 




FVGAV02.0VBD 5 
FVGAV02.0VBD 5 
FVGAV02.0VBD 5 

FVGAV02.0VBD 5 

FVGAV02.0VBD 5 
FVGAV02.0VBD 5 

FVGAV02.0VBD 5 

FVGAV02.0VPE 7 
FVGAV02.0VPE 7 


FVGAV02.0VBD 5 
FVGAV02.0VBD 5 
FVGAV02.0VBD 5 


FVGAV02.0VBD 5 
FVGAV02.0VBD 5 
FVGAV02.0VBD 5 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014967 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014968 



#4 EPA SmSmartWay $ You Savf $ You SpetCity C02 RHwy C02 fComb C02C02- VoluiC02- VoluiC02-V 



500 


379 

267 

328 

3250 


326 

236 

285 

750 


362 

256 

314 

0 


379 

280 

334 

500 


366 

271 

323 

500 


374 

280 

332 


500 

415 

295 

361 

0 


398 

277 

343 


1000 

424 

303 

370 


500 

415 

295 

361 

0 


398 

277 

343 

750 


360 

272 

320 


1500 

452 

306 

386 


2000 

482 

326 

412 

1250 


416 

267 

349 


2500 

493 

321 

416 

1250 


416 

267 

349 


2000 

473 

303 

397 


2000 

484 

299 

401 

1000 


426 

280 

360 


2000 

473 

303 

397 


2000 

492 

310 

410 


5750 

640 

403 

534 


1000 

420 

317 

373 


1500 

451 

313 

389 


1500 

446 

316 

387 


1500 

452 

322 

393 


2500 

496 

347 

429 

500 


430 

328 

385 

0 


369 

298 

337 


1750 

541 

369 

464 


4750 

570 

409 

498 


5750 

656 

394 

538 


9250 

772 

439 

622 


6750 

686 

400 

557 


9250 

753 

454 

618 


5750 

656 

394 

538 


9250 

772 

439 

622 


6750 

686 

400 

557 


9250 

753 

454 

618 


4750 

562 

379 

480 


4750 

558 

398 

486 


4750 

614 

355 

497 

0 


381 

289 

340 


2500 

488 

321 

413 


3250 

519 

341 

439 


2500 

488 

321 

413 


3250 

519 

341 

439 


2500 

500 

341 

428 


3250 

531 

330 

441 


3250 

531 

330 

441 


3250 

534 

331 

442 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014969 





4000 

528 

373 

458 

0 


395 

284 

345 

0 


395 

284 

345 


4000 

580 

347 

475 


8000 

710 

421 

580 


5750 

638 

370 

517 


8000 

736 

443 

604 


5750 

638 

370 

517 


8000 

736 

443 

604 


11000 

840 

501 

688 


17500 

1050 

599 

847 


11000 

836 

481 

676 


12750 

902 

547 

742 


6750 

629 

441 

544 


11000 

831 

523 

692 

1500 


357 

270 

318 

1250 


372 

270 

326 

0 


377 

302 

343 

2750 


332 

251 

295 

0 


393 

292 

347 

2750 


333 

251 

296 

1250 


369 

274 

326 


500 

392 

314 

357 

2750 


335 

256 

300 

0 


393 

292 

347 

2750 


344 

254 

303 


500 

402 

284 

349 


500 

428 

278 

361 


3250 

523 

351 

446 


500 

405 

292 

354 

2000 


352 

247 

305 

2250 


350 

240 

300 

3250 


326 

236 

285 

3250 


334 

227 

286 

750 


358 

271 

319 

750 


355 

258 

311 

2250 


347 

238 

298 

2000 


351 

239 

301 

500 


379 

281 

334 

3250 


324 

228 

281 

1000 


395 

265 

337 

1500 


357 

259 

313 

3250 


332 

223 

283 

0 


389 

274 

338 

1500 


363 

247 

311 

1500 


366 

251 

314 

2750 


344 

243 

298 

3000 


341 

234 

293 


1500 

449 

319 

390 


1500 

431 

344 

392 


1500 

435 

344 

394 


1250 

517 

351 

442 


4000 

520 

391 

462 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014970 



2500 


447 


372 


413 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014971 



CO 2-City LiC02-Hwy IC02-CombC02-City LC02-Hwy IC02-ComfcC02-PlfEV 240V Char 120V Char PHEV Tota 


309.0 

191.0 

255.9 

378.7 

267.1 

328.5 

247.7 

165.1 

210.5 

325.6 

236.3 

285.4 

289.0 

188.0 

243.6 

362.1 

255.5 

314.1 

305.0 

200.0 

257.8 

378.6 

280.1 

334.3 

294.0 

198.0 

250.8 

366.0 

271.0 

323.2 

292.0 

199.0 

250.2 

373.7 

280.2 

331.6 

327.0 

210.0 

274.4 

415.0 

295.0 

361.0 

321.2 

202.4 

267.7 

398.0 

276.6 

343.4 

335.0 

216.0 

281.4 

424.4 

303.1 

369.8 

327.0 

210.0 

274.4 

415.0 

295.0 

361.0 

321.2 

202.4 

267.7 

398.0 

276.6 

343.4 

282.0 

189.0 

240.2 

360.0 

272.0 

320.4 

358.0 

219.0 

295.4 

452.0 

306.0 

386.3 

383.5 

233.0 

315.8 

481.7 

326.0 

411.6 

331.0 

194.0 

269.4 

415.7 

267.3 

348.9 

385.0 

236.0 

318.0 

492.9 

320.9 

415.6 

331.0 

194.0 

269.4 

415.7 

267.3 

348.9 

376.5 

225.0 

308.3 

473.4 

302.9 

396.7 

391.0 

224.0 

315.9 

483.9 

299.0 

400.7 

339.0 

198.0 

275.6 

425.6 

280.1 

360.1 

376.5 

225.0 

308.3 

473.4 

302.9 

396.7 

396.0 

226.0 

319.5 

492.3 

309.7 

410.1 

515.0 

310.0 

422.8 

640.3 

403.3 

533.6 

331.0 

226.0 

283.8 

419.7 

316.6 

373.3 

357.5 

223.0 

297.0 

451.0 

312.5 

388.7 

357.0 

230.0 

299.9 

445.6 

315.7 

387.1 

358.0 

230.0 

300.4 

451.6 

321.9 

393.2 

390.0 

251.0 

327.4 

496.0 

347.0 

429.0 

348.0 

231.0 

295.4 

430.5 

328.5 

384.6 

380.0 

223.0 

309.4 

369.0 

298.0 

337.0 

446.0 

260.0 

362.3 

541.0 

369.0 

463.6 

458.0 

295.0 

384.6 

569.6 

409.5 

497.6 

540.6 

299.8 

432.3 

656.3 

394.3 

538.4 

651.3 

362.7 

521.4 

771.6 

439.1 

622.0 

577.0 

309.4 

456.6 

685.6 

400.2 

557.2 

646.3 

377.5 

525.3 

753.1 

454.0 

618.5 

540.6 

299.8 

432.3 

656.3 

394.3 

538.4 

651.3 

362.7 

521.4 

771.6 

439.1 

622.0 

577.0 

309.4 

456.6 

685.6 

400.2 

557.2 

646.3 

377.5 

525.3 

753.1 

454.0 

618.5 

466.0 

296.0 

389.5 

562.0 

379.0 

479.6 

463.0 

307.0 

392.8 

558.0 

398.0 

486.0 

499.5 

269.5 

396.0 

613.8 

354.8 

497.3 

311.0 

214.0 

267.4 

381.4 

289.2 

339.9 

396.0 

248.0 

329.4 

488.0 

321.0 

412.8 

443.0 

266.0 

363.4 

519.0 

341.0 

438.9 

396.0 

248.0 

329.4 

488.0 

321.0 

412.8 

443.0 

266.0 

363.4 

519.0 

341.0 

438.9 

401.0 

256.0 

335.8 

500.0 

341.0 

428.4 

427.7 

252.5 

348.9 

530.7 

330.5 

440.6 

427.7 

252.5 

348.9 

530.7 

330.5 

440.6 

444.0 

243.0 

353.6 

534.0 

330.6 

442.5 


VWFOIA, EPA 06/20/2017 2017-FFP 014972 









427.0 

269.0 

355.9 

528.0 

372.7 

312.7 

210.3 

266.6 

395.4 

284.3 

312.7 

210.3 

266.6 

395.4 

284.3 

462.0 

263.0 

372.4 

580.0 

347.0 

576.0 

314.0 

458.1 

709.5 

420.8 

511.0 

278.0 

406.2 

638.3 

369.6 

617.0 

333.0 

489.2 

736.3 

442.9 

511.0 

278.0 

406.2 

638.3 

369.6 

617.0 

333.0 

489.2 

736.3 

442.9 

690.0 

408.0 

563.1 

840.4 

501.0 

885.0 

495.0 

709.5 

1050.0 

599.0 

705.0 

353.0 

546.6 

836.0 

481.0 

771.0 

418.0 

612.2 

902.0 

547.0 

524.0 

346.0 

443.9 

628.6 

441.0 

708.0 

392.0 

565.8 

831.0 

523.0 

277.9 

191.7 

239.1 

357.0 

270.4 

290.3 

191.7 

245.9 

371.7 

270.4 

306.6 

211.2 

263.7 

377.1 

302.3 

253.0 

176.0 

218.4 

331.8 

251.0 

322.0 

206.1 

269.8 

392.7 

291.6 

254.0 

176.0 

218.9 

333.0 

251.0 

287.7 

194.3 

245.7 

368.6 

273.9 

308.8 

219.0 

268.4 

392.5 

313.5 

256.0 

180.0 

221.8 

335.4 

256.4 

322.0 

206.1 

269.8 

392.7 

291.6 

263.0 

178.0 

224.8 

343.6 

253.7 

327.7 

209.1 

274.3 

402.3 

284.1 

347.4 

204.8 

283.2 

428.4 

278.4 

434.0 

265.0 

358.0 

523.0 

351.0 

321.0 

213.0 

272.4 

404.7 

291.7 

274.0 

174.0 

229.0 

352.4 

246.5 

272.0 

169.0 

225.6 

350.1 

239.8 

247.7 

165.1 

210.5 

325.6 

236.3 

255.0 

158.0 

211.4 

334.2 

226.8 

288.0 

195.0 

246.2 

358.0 

270.7 

294.0 

191.0 

247.7 

354.6 

257.9 

269.6 

168.0 

223.9 

347.2 

238.5 

272.8 

168.4 

225.8 

351.0 

239.0 

302.4 

201.2 

256.9 

378.6 

280.6 

246.0 

159.0 

206.8 

323.6 

228.1 

310.0 

188.0 

255.1 

394.9 

265.4 

302.0 

179.0 

246.6 

356.6 

259.3 

253.0 

155.0 

208.9 

331.8 

222.7 

316.2 

198.2 

263.1 

389.2 

274.4 

283.0 

174.7 

234.3 

363.0 

247.5 

285.3 

177.3 

236.7 

365.8 

251.0 

263.0 

170.0 

221.2 

343.6 

242.9 

261.0 

163.0 

217.0 

341.3 

233.5 

372.0 

238.0 

311.7 

449.0 

319.0 

340.8 

246.4 

298.3 

431.3 

344.0 

343.9 

246.4 

300.0 

435.0 

344.0 

422.0 

248.0 

343.7 

517.0 

351.0 

416.0 

281.0 

355.2 

520.1 

390.6 


VW FOIA, EPA 


458.1 

345.4 

345.4 

475.2 

579.6 

517.4 

604.3 

517.4 

604.3 

687.7 
847.0 

676.2 

742.2 

544.2 

692.4 
318.0 

326.1 

343.4 

295.4 

347.2 

296.1 
326.0 
357.0 

299.8 

347.2 

303.2 

349.2 

360.9 

445.6 

353.9 

304.7 

300.5 

285.4 

285.9 

318.7 

311.1 

298.3 

300.6 

334.5 

280.6 

336.6 

312.8 

282.7 

337.5 
311.0 

314.1 

298.3 

292.8 

390.5 
392.0 
394.0 

442.3 

461.8 


2017-FFP 014973 



354.0 


267.0 314.8 446.9 


371.8 


413.1 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014974 



City PHEV Hwy PHEVComb PHEMDPV? 

or Adj Comb Vol HigherF 

Inal Label EPA FUEL EPA GHG EPA AMT 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

4.2 

4.2 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

3.4 

3.4 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

3.4 

3.4 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

4.2 

4.2 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

7.1 

7.1 

N 

6.2 

6.2 

N 

7.1 

7.1 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

7.1 

7.1 

N 

6.2 

6.2 

N 

7.1 

7.1 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

VW FOIA, EPA 

06/20/2017 

2017-FFP_014975 














N 

5.3 

5.3 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

5.3 

5.3 

N 

6.7 

6.7 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

6.7 

6.7 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

6.7 

6.7 

N 

7.7 

7.7 

N 

10.0 

10.0 

N 

7.7 

7.7 

N 

8.3 

8.3 

N 

6.2 

6.2 

N 

7.7 

7.7 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

3.4 

3.4 

N 

3.3 

3.3 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.3 

3.3 

N 

3.4 

3.4 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

5.3 

5.3 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014976 



N 


4.8 


4.8 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014977 



fPAMCRpF^E^EPA^CAiCiEP^ALCEPA-Rfl^PAJINI^p^I^EP^RNI^EP^UNRIIPWNRC 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014978 







VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014979 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 014980 



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To: Pidgeon, Bill[pidgeon.bill@epa.gov] 

From: Green Car Reports 

Sent: Mon 8/25/2014 4:03:58 PM 

Subject: Green Car Report Daily Headlines 


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Today's news includes a little bit of 
everything. On the practical side, we've got pricing details 
for the 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf electric car; on the more 
subjective side, we assess the impact of Elon Musk's 
personal touch on Tesla's success. Also, see how Ford and 
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lately, with the 2016 Toyota Prius launch delayed and still 
more than a year away. But further down the road, it 
appears that both Hyundai and Ford now plan to offer 


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The 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf electric car 
will be priced from $36,265, VW announced this morning. 
And the first battery-electric car ever offered in the U.S. by 
Volkswagen will be offered only in the very top Golf trim 
level, the SEL Premium model. The 2015 e-Golf goes on 
sale in November at selected Volkswagen dealerships in 
launch regions that... 


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Hofon,'Kevin 
Mon 8/25/2014 8:25:44 PM 

Missing road load coefficients for some 2014MY Chryslers 


Contract 13 313 MY2014 Vehicles Models Requiring Road Load TWC 22auq2014....xlsx 


Hi Joel, 


I was hoping that you could help clear up a question that was brought up by Greg Pannone at 
ControlTech, who is working to catalog the road load characteristics of 2014MY vehicles (this is 
an ARB contract, which will likely produce useful results for the light-duty GHG rulemaking 
analysis). ControlTech has been using the Cert Application files to gather road load coefficients, 
and was able to fill out a database of most 2014 vehicles. However, there was a relatively small 
set of vehicles that did not report road load coefficients (see attached file). 


I talked with Bob Peavyhouse earlier today, and he said that coefficients should have been 
reported for these vehicles, and the missing data may be just a simple oversight, or possibly due 
to a mid-year running change for which data was not yet published. 


Bob mentioned that you are overseeing the Chrysler (and other?) OEM data submissions, could 
you please tell me, 


1) Why might the coefficients for the 2014 Dodge Ram 1500 configurations not have been 
reported in the cert application? 

2) Is it possible to collect these coefficients from another document, or (if it’s an oversight) 
ask Chrysler to correct the submission? 

(the same questions as well, for BMW, Ford, Toyota, and VW vehicles on the list, if you know) 


I’ve cc’d Tim Lavery from ARB, who will help pass along our findings back to ControlTech. 


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Brand 

Model 

Displacemen 

t 

# Cylinders 

Aspiration 

BMW 

BMW 

xDrive Coupe 

2.0 

4 

TC 

BMW 

BMW 

650i Convertible 

4.4 

8 

TC 

BMW 

BMW 

6501 Coupe 

4.4 

8 

TC 

BMW 

BMW 

X5 sDrive35i 

3.0 

6 

TC 

BMW 

BMW 

X5xDrive35i 

3.0 

6 

TC 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Crew Cab 57" Box 4x2 

3.0 

6 

TC 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Crew Cab 57” Box 4x2 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Crew Cab 57" Box 4x4 

3.0 

6 

TC 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Crew Cab 57” Box 4x4 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Crew Cab 6'4 M Box 4x2 

3.0 

6 

TC 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Crew Cab 6'4" Box 4x2 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Crew Cab 6'4 M Box 4x2 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Crew Cab 6'4" Box 4x4 

3.0 

6 

TC 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Crew Cab 6'4 M Box 4x4 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Crew Cab 6'4 n Box 4x4 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Quad Cab 6'4 n Box 4x2 

3.0 

6 

TC 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Quad Cab 6'4 n Box 4x2 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Quad Cab 6'4 n Box 4x2 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Quad Cab 6'4 M Box 4x4 

3.0 

6 

TC 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Quad Cab 6'4 M Box 4x4 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Quad Cab 6'4 ,f Box 4x4 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Regular Cab 6'4 n Box 4x2 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Regular Cab 6'4" Box 4x2 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Regular Cab 6'4 n Box 4x4 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Regular Cab 6'4 n Box 4x4 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Regular Cab 8' Box 4x2 

3.0 

6 

TC 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Regular Cab 8' Box 4x2 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Regular Cab 8' Box 4x2 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Regular Cab 8' Box 4x4 

3.0 

6 

TC 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Regular Cab 8' Box 4x4 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Chrysler 

Ram 

1500 Regular Cab 8' Box 4x4 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

E-150 Van 

4.6 

8 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

E-150 Van 

5.4 

8 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

E-150 Van Ext 

4.6 

8 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

E-150 Van Ext 

5.4 

8 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

E-150 Wagon 

4.6 

8 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

E-150 Wagon 

5.4 

8 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

E-250 Van 

4.6 

8 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

E-250 Van 

5.4 

8 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

E-250 Van Ext 

4.6 

8 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

E-250 Van Ext 

5.4 

8 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

E-350 Van 

5.4 

8 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

E-350 Van 

6.8 

10 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

E-350 Van Ext 

5.4 

8 

NA 


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Ford 

Ford 

E-350 Van Ext 

6.8 

10 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

E-350 Wagon 

5.4 

8 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

E-350 Wagon 

6.8 

10 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

F-150 Regular Cab 6.5' Box 4x2 

3.7 

6 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

F-150 Regular Cab 6.5' Box 4x4 

3.7 

6 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

F-150 Regular Cab 8' Box 4x2 

3.7 

6 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

F-150 Regular Cab 8' Box 4x4 

3.7 

6 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

F-150 SuperCab 6.5' Box 4x2 

3.7 

6 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

F-150 SuperCrew 5.5' Box 4x2 

3.7 

6 

NA 

Ford 

Ford 

Fusion 

2.0 

4 

TC 

Ford 

Ford 

Fusion AWD 

2.0 

4 

TC 

Ford 

Ford 

Taurus 

2.0 

4 

TC 

Ford 

Lincoln 

MKZ 

2.0 

4 

TC 

Ford 

Lincoln 

MKZ AWD 

2.0 

4 

TC 

Toyota 

Toyota 

Corolla 

1.8 

4 

NA 

Toyota 

Toyota 

Corolla 

1.8 

4 

NA 

Toyota 

Toyota 

Corolla 

1.8 

4 

NA 

Toyota 

Toyota 

Corolla 

1.8 

4 

NA 

Toyota 

Toyota 

Tacoma Access Cab 4x2 

2.7 

4 

NA 

Toyota 

Toyota 

Tacoma Access Cab 4x4 

4.0 

6 

NA 

Toyota 

Toyota 

Tacoma Access Cab PreRunner 4x2 

2.7 

4 

NA 

Toyota 

Toyota 

Tacoma Access Cab PreRunner 4x2 

4.0 

6 

NA 

Toyota 

Toyota 

Tacoma Double Cab 4x4 

4.0 

6 

NA 

Toyota 

Toyota 

Tacoma Double Cab PreRunner 4x2 

4.0 

6 

NA 

Toyota 

Toyota 

icoma Double Cab PreRunner Short Bed 4: 

2.7 

4 

NA 

Toyota 

Toyota 

icoma Double Cab PreRunner Short Bed 4: 

4.0 

6 

NA 

Toyota 

Toyota 

Tacoma Double Cab Short Bed 4x2 

2.7 

4 

NA 

Toyota 

Toyota 

Tacoma Double Cab Short Bed 4x4 

4.0 

6 

NA 

Toyota 

Toyota 

Tundra CrewMax Short Bed 4x2 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Toyota 

Toyota 

Tundra Double Cab Long Bed 4x2 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Toyota 

Toyota 

Tundra Double Cab Standard Bed 4x2 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Toyota 

Toyota 

Tundra Regular Cab Long Bed 4x2 

5.7 

8 

NA 

Volkswagen 

Bentley 

Flying Spur 

6.0 

12 

TC 

Volkswagen 

Volkswagen 

Beetle 1.8T 

1.8 

4 

TC 

Volkswagen 

Volkswagen 

Beetle Convertible 1.8T 

1.8 

4 

TC 

Volkswagen 

Volkswagen 

Jetta GLI 

2.0 

4 

TC 


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Fuel 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Diese 

Gas 

Diese 

Gas 

Diese 

Gas 

Gas 

Diese 

Gas 

Gas 

Diese 

Gas 

Gas 

Diese 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Diese 

Gas 

Gas 

Diese 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 

Gas 


Transmission „ _ 

# Gears 

Type 


MIX 6 

MTX 6 

MTX 6 

A 8 

A 8 

A 8 

A 8 

A 8 

A 8 

A 8 

A 6 

A 8 

A 8 

A 6 

A 8 

A 8 

A 6 

A 8 

A 8 

A 6 

A 8 

A 6 

A 8 

A 6 

A 8 

A 8 

A 6 

A 8 

A 8 

A 6 

A 8 

A 4 

A 4 

A 4 

A 4 

A 4 

A 4 

A 4 

A 4 

A 4 

A 4 

A 4 

A 5 

A 4 


Driveline 

A 

R 

R 

R 

A 

R 

R 

4 

4 

R 

R 

R 

4 

4 

4 

R 

R 

R 

4 

4 

4 

R 

R 

4 

4 

R 

R 

R 

4 

4 

4 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 


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Gas 

A 

5 

R 

Gas 

A 

4 

R 

Gas 

A 

5 

R 

Gas 

A 

6 

R 

Gas 

A 

6 

4 

Gas 

A 

6 

R 

Gas 

A 

6 

4 

Gas 

A 

6 

R 

Gas 

A 

6 

R 

Gas 

A 

6 

F 

Gas 

A 

6 

A 

Gas 

A 

6 

F 

Gas 

A 

6 

F 

Gas 

A 

6 

A 

Gas 

A 

4 

F 

Gas 

CVT 

0 

F 

Gas 

CVT 

0 

F 

Gas 

MTX 

6 

F 

Gas 

A 

4 

R 

Gas 

A 

5 

4 

Gas 

A 

4 

R 

Gas 

A 

5 

R 

Gas 

A 

5 

4 

Gas 

A 

5 

R 

Gas 

A 

4 

R 

Gas 

A 

5 

R 

Gas 

A 

4 

R 

Gas 

A 

5 

4 

Gas 

A 

6 

R 

Gas 

A 

6 

R 

Gas 

A 

6 

R 

Gas 

A 

6 

R 

Gas 

A 

8 

A 

Gas 

A 

6 

F 

Gas 

A 

6 

F 

Gas 

DCT 

6 

F 


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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Mon 8/25/2014 8:42:09 PM 

Subject: DAILY: Ram makes a power move in rivalry with Ford Super Duty | Ford begins 'massive 
undertaking' for new F-150 | Subaru moves to 1 platform | Alabama's Nick Saban to own a Mercedes 
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to manufacture aluminum pickup 

2:14 pm U.S. ET | Aug 25 

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redesign all of its vehicles primarily for the United 
States and equip them with competitive features.... 

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befitting new stature 

10:26 am U.S. ET | Aug 25 

Subaru today christened a glistening new global 
headquarters more befitting of the hot brand's bigger 
international profile. The glass-and-steel digs, in 
Tokyo's trendy Ebisu district, replaces a cramped, 
gloomy 48-year-old monolith it sold in 2010. ... » READ 



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New 2015 Lincoln MKC ads star 
Matthew McConauqhev 


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files for stock offering 

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Patrick'[patrick.bulier@volvocars.com]; Paulina, Cari[paulina.cari@epa.gov]; Chris 
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From: Glodich, Jeffrey (J.M.) 

Sent: Tue 8/26/2014 1:29:36 PM 

Subject: SAE LDVP Agenda 8-27-14 

Agenda - Liaht Dutv Vehicle Performance Measurement Standards Committee - 8 26 2014.doc 

. " r ....... r , , 


Hello all, 

Agenda for tomorrow's meeting attached. 
Jeff 

Jeff Glodich 

Ford Motor Company 

Vehicle Environmental Regulatory Strategy and Planning 

217-E4 WHQ 
(313)845-1579 


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AGENDA 

Light-Duty Vehicle Performance Measurement Standards Committee 

Chair - Jeff Glodich 
Secretary - Nicole Yuhase 
Wednesday, August 26 th , 2014 
1:00-3:00 PM 

Toyota Technical Center, Ann Arbor 
(Building 1555,1555 Woodridge) 


Conference Call: 

| .Ex. 6 | 

i_i 

Web Meeting: 

https://www.connectmeeting.att.com 

r-'._ Jk.J. I — A.A A.. - .ft .......... 

Ex. 6 


1. Welcome and Introductions 

2. Membership Review 

3. Document Review 


J2263: "Road Load Measurement Using Onboard Anemometry and Coastdown 
Techniques" 

• Sponsor: Tom Beierschmitt 

• Follow-up of jl263 pull-in items 

• Continue document review 

J1634: "Electric Vehicle Energy Consumption and Range Test Procedure" 

• Pre-review discussion: APPENDIX A - ADDITIONAL MCT SEQUENCES (posted in Committee 
Work Area) 

• Other required updates 

J3066: "On-Board Fuel Consumption and Measurement Reporting Standard" 

• Sponsor: David Wright 

• Subcommittee status 

4. Other Business 


NEXT MEETING 

• 9/18 (proposed) 


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Anti-Trust Statement: In discharging their responsibilities, members of the Technical 
Standards Board, Councils/Division, and Technical Committees function as individuals and not 
as agents or representatives of any organization with which they may be associated, except 
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Patent Disclosure: Each SAE Technical Committee or SAE working group member would be 
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party and that the member believes may become essential to the draft specification under 
development. The member would make this disclosure based on the member’s good faith and 
reasonable inquiry. If SAE International receives a notice that a proposed SAE Technical 
Report may require the use of an invention claimed in a patent, the respective part of the SAE 
Technical Standards Board Policy will be followed. 


Transparency Statement: This Technical Committee/Task Force is committed to 
transparency at the highest level. All topics are discussed in open meetings and decisions are 
consensus based (not unanimous). Committee/Task Force members are required to be vigilant 
in their efforts to monitor Committee/Task Force activities and decisions by actively 
participating in the Committee/Task Force. Any issues with the transparency of this 
Committee/Task Force not resolved by the Committee/Task Force Chairman should be 
brought to the attention of the SAE for resolution. 

IP Statement: SAE's intellectual property is its most valuable asset. As such, the Society 
expends considerable resources maintaining and protecting its rights to its intellectual property. 

SAE reserves the right to copyright any of its print products, electronic products, databases, 
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members from unauthorized copying and distribution of SAE intellectual property. SAE's 
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It is also SAE policy that the copyrights and other intellectual property rights of third parties be 
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or other person acting on behalf of SAE. 

As a participant in SAE Technical Committees, individuals agree that the collective work of the 
committee(s) is the property of SAE, and SAE is charged with its publication, dissemination, 
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To: 

Good, David[good.david@epa.gov] 

From: 

Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Sent: 

Tue 8/26/2014 4:51:04 PM 

Subject: 

2015 Jetta Hybrid 

Hi Dave; 



We no sooner got off the phone and the certificate was signed. I have processed label #107 for 
the 2015 Jetta Hybrid in Verify, so if there are no errors it can go into the 2015 printed guide 
materials. If you find any errors please let me know. 


Thanks, 

Richard 


Richard E. Thomas 

Senior Emission Certification Specialist 
Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4213 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto: Richard.Thomas@VW.com 


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To: Glas, Tobias[Tobias.Glas@vw.com] 

From: Sohacki, Lynn 

Sent: Tue 8/26/2014 6:10:48 EM_ 

Sub j ect: Paramet ers needed for I_ 

Ex. 7 


Ex. 7 


Hi, Tobias. 


The following vehicle will be brought in next week: 


Ex. 7 

i. (Tiresauyj- 


Please fill the attached parameter sheet (including the new second tab) and return it to me. When 
including instmctions for disabling traction control, please include a description and location of 
the icon. 


Thanks, 


Lynn Sohacki 

EPA, Compliance Division 

734-214-4851 


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To: Sohacki, Lynn[sohacki.Iynn@epa.gov] 

From: Glas, Tobias 

Sent: Tue 8/26/2014 6:12:06 PM 

Subject: Automatic rejaly: Parameters needed for 

! Ex! 7 I 

L_J 



Back in the office on Wednesday 3rd of September. 


Tobias Glas 


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To: Good, David[good.david@epa.gov] 

Cc: Schmidt, Oliver (EEO)[Oliver.Schmidt@vw.com]; Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

From: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Sent: Tue 8/26/2014 6:14:28 PM 

Subject: RE: 2015 FE Guide - Data EPA's database as of Aug 22, 2014 for your review; on Aug 28, 

2014 I will send error free Verify data to DOE for the 2015 Printed Guide & the web 


Hi Dave; 


I looked this over and made only minor changes to indexes 039 and 097, to correct the maximum 
ethanol percentage to 15% from 10%. I noticed that that maximum ethanol and maximum bio- 
Diesel percentages are not listed anywhere on the fuel economy guide website. Is this 
information only kept internally by EPA, or am I missing something or is it used publically 
elsewhere? 


Should be good to go. 


Thanks, 

Richard 


From: Good, David fmailto:aood.david@epa.qov' 

Sent: Friday, August 22, 2014 7:46 PM 
To: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Cc: Schmidt, Oliver (EEO); Snyder, Jim 

Subject: re: 2015 FE Guide - Data EPA's database as of Aug 22, 2014 for your review; on Aug 28, 2014 I 
will send error free Verify data to DOE for the 2015 Printed Guide & the web 


Richard, 


re: 2015 FE Guide - Data EPA's database as of Aug 22, 2014 for your review; on Aug 28, 2014 I will send 
error free Verify data to DOE for the 2015 Printed Guide & the web 


Attached are the data in Verify as of August 22, 2014 for your review. Labels with pea green fill in the 


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first few columns have errors which need to be corrected before I can have the data posted on 
www.fueleconomv.gov or included in the 2015 Printed Guide. This file doesn’t include label information 
for EV, PHEV, or fuel cell vehicles. I’ll send them to you next week (for any new labels). 


Please make any needed corrections to Verify when you get a chance. 


I’m out of the office on Monday (8/25) but back on Tuesday. 


Thanks 


Dave 


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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Tue 8/26/2014 8:33:17 PM 

Subject: DAILY: Ram 1500 EcoDiesel judged tops among half-ton pickups by Consumer Reports | 
Dollie Cole, outspoken wife of former GM president, dies at 84 | Anti-UAW workers begin effort to create 
union at VW plant 


Today's most read story 




I 1:44 am U.3. FT | Aug 2S 

Consumer Reports says the hot-selling Ram 1500 
EcoDiesel outscored competitors from Ford, General 
Motors, Toyota and Nissan to claim the magazine's top 
spot among full-size light-duty pickups.... » READ 



Dollie Cole, outspoken wife of 
former GM president, dies at 84 

3:14 pm U.S. ET | Aug 26 

Dollie Cole, the colorful, outspoken widow of former 
GM President Ed Cole and a major champion of the 
National Corvette Museum, died Aug. 24 in Lockhart, 

Texas. She was 84.... » READ 



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Anti-UAW workers begin effort to 
create union at VW Term, plant 

UPDATED: 8/26/14 1:32 pm ET - adds details 
12:41 pm US, ET | Aug 28 

Employees at the Volkswagen AG auto plant in 
Tennessee are forming a union that is to include hourly 
and salaried workers, as a counter to the UAW Local 42 
that was established last month, a leading anti-UAW 
worker said today. ... » READ 



Volvo banks on new era with debut 
of redesigned 2015 XC90 

UPDATED: 8/26/14 12:30 pm ET - adds details 
7:45 amU.S. ET | Aug 26 

Volvo, embarking on an ambitious new era, formally 
unveiled the redesigned XC90, a flagship SUV whose 
sales performance will help recast the Swedish brand's 
fortunes in the U.S. ... » READ 



Asian, European brands dominate 
satisfaction survey, but U.S. 
brands close gap 

12:01 am U.S. ET | Aug 26 

Asian and European brands dominate the top of an 
annual survey of customer satisfaction in the United 
States with auto brands, though overall satisfaction 
with the industry dropped for the second year in a row. 



Mitsubishi to tweak design for a 
unified look 

12:01 am U.S. ET | Aug 25 

Mitsubishi will improve its U.S. lineup with some fresh 
design touches next year, but few all-new vehicles will 



ON THE BLOGS 



JAMIE LaREAU 


be introduced stateside during the next three years.... 

» READ 



Dealers are missing an 
opportunity by not 
changing that tire 

» READ 


MOST READ (Last 7 days) 



Some 2015 Ford F-150 buyers will 
have to wait until next year 


New 2015 Lincoln MKC ads star 


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Viral video rankings for week of 
8/26/14 

Audi taps Emmv winners 



12:01 am U.S. ET | Aug 26 

Topping our rankings is Audi's 
sponsorship of the 66th Primetime Emmy 

Awards. ... » Watch the videos 



ForcTs Quick Lane brand buys 
naminq riqhts to Detroit bowl 


game 

UPDATED: 8/26/14 12:04 pm ET - adds 
details 

10:23 am U.S. ET | Aug 26 


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Ex-Porsche CEO Wiedekinq to 
be tried for VW share 



GM turns to employee bike 
share program to get around 
tech campus 

10:04 am U.S. ET [ Aug 26 


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Benchmarking 
Performance 

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Maintenance 



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To: Wehrly, Linc[wehrly.Iinc@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Tue 8/26/2014 8:33:39 PM 

Subject: DAILY: Ram 1500 EcoDiesel judged tops among half-ton pickups by Consumer Reports | 
Dollie Cole, outspoken wife of former GM president, dies at 84 | Anti-UAW workers begin effort to create 
union at VW plant 


Today's most read story 




I 1:44 am U.3. FT | Aug 2S 

Consumer Reports says the hot-selling Ram 1500 
EcoDiesel outscored competitors from Ford, General 
Motors, Toyota and Nissan to claim the magazine's top 
spot among full-size light-duty pickups.... » READ 



Dollie Cole, outspoken wife of 
former GM president, dies at 84 

3:14 pm U.S. ET | Aug 26 

Dollie Cole, the colorful, outspoken widow of former 
GM President Ed Cole and a major champion of the 
National Corvette Museum, died Aug. 24 in Lockhart, 

Texas. She was 84.... » READ 



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Anti-UAW workers begin effort to 
create union at VW Term, plant 

UPDATED: 8/26/14 1:32 pm ET - adds details 
12:41 pm US, ET | Aug 28 

Employees at the Volkswagen AG auto plant in 
Tennessee are forming a union that is to include hourly 
and salaried workers, as a counter to the UAW Local 42 
that was established last month, a leading anti-UAW 
worker said today. ... » READ 



Volvo banks on new era with debut 
of redesigned 2015 XC90 

UPDATED: 8/26/14 12:30 pm ET - adds details 
7:45 amU.S. ET | Aug 26 

Volvo, embarking on an ambitious new era, formally 
unveiled the redesigned XC90, a flagship SUV whose 
sales performance will help recast the Swedish brand's 
fortunes in the U.S. ... » READ 



Asian, European brands dominate 
satisfaction survey, but U.S. 
brands close gap 

12:01 am U.S. ET | Aug 26 

Asian and European brands dominate the top of an 
annual survey of customer satisfaction in the United 
States with auto brands, though overall satisfaction 
with the industry dropped for the second year in a row. 



Mitsubishi to tweak design for a 
unified look 

12:01 am U.S. ET | Aug 25 

Mitsubishi will improve its U.S. lineup with some fresh 
design touches next year, but few all-new vehicles will 



ON THE BLOGS 



JAMIE LaREAU 


be introduced stateside during the next three years.... 

» READ 



Dealers are missing an 
opportunity by not 
changing that tire 

» READ 


MOST READ (Last 7 days) 



Some 2015 Ford F-150 buyers will 
have to wait until next year 


New 2015 Lincoln MKC ads star 


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Viral video rankings for week of 
8/26/14 

Audi taps Emmv winners 



12:01 am U.S. ET | Aug 26 

Topping our rankings is Audi's 
sponsorship of the 66th Primetime Emmy 

Awards. ... » Watch the videos 



ForcTs Quick Lane brand buys 
naminq riqhts to Detroit bowl 


game 

UPDATED: 8/26/14 12:04 pm ET - adds 
details 

10:23 am U.S. ET | Aug 26 


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Ex-Porsche CEO Wiedekinq to 
be tried for VW share 



GM turns to employee bike 
share program to get around 
tech campus 

10:04 am U.S. ET [ Aug 26 


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Benchmarking 
Performance 

» Sept 23 - Asset 
Maintenance 



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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Tue 8/26/2014 8:55:43 PM 

Subject: P.M. NEWSCAST: Can new XC90 revive struggling Volvo? | Quick Lane has a bowl | Porsche 
ex-CEO to face trial | The Audi and the Emmy 





August 26, 2014 



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To: Thomas, Richard (EEO)[RichardThomas@vw.com] 

Cc: Schmidt, Oliver (EEO)[Oliver.Schmidt@vw.com]; Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

From: Good, David 

Sent: Tue 8/26/2014 10:06:35 PM 

Subject: RE: 2015 FE Guide - Data EPA's database as of Aug 22, 2014 for your review; on Aug 28, 

2014 I will send error free Verify data to DOE for the 2015 Printed Guide & the web 


Richard, 


Both those fields are available on www.fueleconomy.gov 


We are going to add something to the 2015 FE Guide & website for the maximum recommended 
biodiesel content allowed by manufacturers. I’m not sure when, but I think it’s coming for the 
2015 Printed Guide and in a month or so for www.fueleconomv.gov . in the datafile—scroll to 
the bottom of any page on www.fueleconomv.gov and click on “Download Data” and then open 
one of the datafiles for each model year. 


For Ethanol content, I’m not sure whether EPA values (values entered in Verify) are 100% 
accurate. I think some mfrs just enter 10% automatically without checking with their engineers 
or with the owners manual. 


I’ll send you the latest VW Group data later tonight. 


Dave 


From: Thomas, Richard (EEO) [mailto:Richard.Thomas@vw.com] 

Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2014 2:14 PM 
To: Good, David 

Cc: Schmidt, Oliver (EEO); Snyder, Jim 

Subject: RE: 2015 FE Guide - Data EPA's database as of Aug 22, 2014 for your review; on Aug 28, 2014 
I will send error free Verify data to DOE for the 2015 Printed Guide & the web 


Hi Dave; 


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I looked this over and made only minor changes to indexes 039 and 097, to correct the maximum 
ethanol percentage to 15% from 10%. I noticed that that maximum ethanol and maximum bio- 
Diesel percentages are not listed anywhere on the fuel economy guide website. Is this 
information only kept internally by EPA, or am I missing something or is it used publically 
elsewhere? 


Should be good to go. 


Thanks, 

Richard 


From: Good, David f mailto:qood.david@epa.qov' 

Sent: Friday, August 22, 2014 7:46 PM 
To: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Cc: Schmidt, Oliver (EEO); Snyder, Jim 

Subject: re: 2015 FE Guide - Data EPA's database as of Aug 22, 2014 for your review; on Aug 28, 2014 I 
will send error free Verify data to DOE for the 2015 Printed Guide & the web 


Richard, 


re: 2015 FE Guide - Data EPA's database as of Aug 22, 2014 for your review; on Aug 28, 2014 I will send 
error free Verify data to DOE for the 2015 Printed Guide & the web 


Attached are the data in Verify as of August 22, 2014 for your review. Labels with pea green fill in the 
first few columns have errors which need to be corrected before I can have the data posted on 
www.fueleconomv.gov or included in the 2015 Printed Guide. This file doesn’t include label information 
for EV, PHEV, or fuel cell vehicles. I’ll send them to you next week (for any new labels). 


Please make any needed corrections to Verify when you get a chance. 


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I’m out of the office on Monday (8/25) but back on Tuesday. 


Thanks 


Dave 


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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Wed 8/27/2014 12:59:31 PM 

Subject: A.M. NEWSCAST: Kia to build Mexico plant - sources | GM expected to add models in Tenn. | 

Anti-UAW union at VW | Ram diesel milestone | Automaker embraces bike-sharing 



Follow Us; §1 Us 

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To: Hall, George[ghall12@jaguarlandrover.com] 

Cc: Vahakn Varjabedian[vvarjabe@jaguarlandrover.com] 

From: Pidgeon, Bill 

Sent: Wed 8/27/2014 5:39:07 PM 

Subject: RE: Request for IUVP test data 

Jaguar-Land Rover IUV F Data Request 2014 0827.xlsx 


Hi George, 


The IUVP data you requested are attached. Audi, Volkswagen, and Bentley all have different 
manufacturer codes, so Volkswagen & Bentley were excluded. The Mini is manufactured by 
BM W, so the Mini data are included. 


Best wishes, 
Bill 


U-* yL* u* yG yt> *1* *1* *1* y£> »[> yt* it* 

*T% <T% *t* *T* #T* 

William M. Pidgeon 

Mechanical Engineer 

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 

Compliance Division, N69 

2000 Traverwood Drive 

Ann Arbor, MI 48105-2195 

pidgeon.bill@epa.gov 

Phone: 734-214-4416 
Fax: 734-214-4869 


From: Hall, George [mailto:ghajl12@jaguarlandrover.com] 

Sent: Thursday, August 21,2014 2:26 PM 

To: Pidgeon, Bill 

Cc: Vahakn Varjabedian 

Subject: Request for IUVP test data 


Bill, as we discussed earlier:- 


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Can you supply me with the IUVP test results / data for: 


Model Years 

2011MY 
2012MY 
2013MY 


Manufacturers (Veh Mfr Code): 

Audi (ADX) - Volkswagen & Bentley data is not required 
BMW (BMX) - Mini data is not required 
Mercedes-Benz (MBX) 

If it is easier to leave the additional data in than to remove it, it is not a problem. 

If you require any more information from me, please get in touch via email or my mobile number 
below. 


Thank you. 


George. 


George Hall 

Project Engineer - IUVP & Emissions Compliance 


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T: +1.313.594.0904 M: +1.313.670.1829 


Jaguar Land Rover North America, LLC 
555 Mac Arthur Blvd. Mahwah, NJ 07430 

JaguarUSA I LandRoverUSA.com 


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To: Sohacki, Lynn[sohacki.Iynn@epa.gov] 

Cc: Glas, Tobias[Tobias.Glas@vw.com] 

From: Foss, Kyle 

Sent: Wed 8/27/2014 7:48:45 PM 

Parameters needed for L---_.— 

parameters form cold CO and US06 CO (2hxlsx 
images.docx 


Subject: RE: 

Ex. 7 


Ex. 7 



Hi Lynn, 


Tobias is on vacation until September 3 rd . Attached is the completed parameter sheet, as well as 
photos of the under hood connections and traction control button. 


Please let me know if anything needs to be clarified or if you need any more information. 


Thank you. 


Kyi© Foss 


Engineering Analyst 
Test Center California (TCC) 


Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
201 Del Norte Rlvd. 


Oxnard, CA 93030 


Phone: (805)436-8617 
Mobile: (805) 205-0560 
Fax: (805) 485-3602 

kyle.foss@vw.com 
http://www. vw.c om 


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From: Glas, Tobias 

Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2014 12:30 PM 
To: Foss, Kyle 

Subject: Fw: Parameters needed for 


Please send the data to Lynn. 


From: Sohacki, Lynn f mailto:sohacki.lvnn@epa.qov 

Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2014 11:10AM 
To: Glas, Tobias 
Subject: Parameters needed forj 


Hi, Tobias. 


The following vehicle will be brought in next week: 


Ex. 7 


Vehicle Pick up on 9/2/14 


Please fill the attached parameter sheet (including the new second tab) and return it to me. When 
including instmctions for disabling traction control, please include a description and location of 
the icon. 


Thanks, 


Lynn Sohacki 

EPA, Compliance Division 

734-214-4851 


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To: Ben Haynes[Haynes.Ben@epa.gov]; Bernd Liebner[Liebner.Bernd@epa.gov]; Bolitho, 

Joseph[Bolitho.Joseph@epa.gov]; Bruce Garrison[Garrison.Bruce@epa.gov]; Carter 
Williams[Williams.Carter@epa.gov]; Chi-Lin Chang[Chang.Chi-Lin@epa.gov]; Helen 
Bucklin[Bucklin.Helen@epa.gov]; Kim Cieslak[Ciesiak.Kim@epa.gov]; Mark 
Maury[Maury. Mark@epa.gov] 

From: Sohacki, Lynn 

Sent: Wed 8/27/2014 7:57:29 PM 


.JS.uhier±......EW: 


Ex. 7 


Parameters needed for 

I images.docx 


Ex. 7 


xlsx 



Parameters for the above vehicle are attached and have been saved in the I: drive. Also attached 
are photos of the under hood connections and traction control button 


Thanks. 


Lynn Sohacki 
Compliance [division 
Environmental Protection Agency 
734-214-4851 
734-214-4869 fax 


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From: Foss, Kyle [mailto:Kyle.Foss@vw.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 3:49 PM 
To: Sohacki, Lynn 
Cc: Glas, Tobias 

Subject: RE: Parameters needed for] 


Hi Lynn, 


Tobias is on vacation until September 3 rd . Attached is the completed parameter sheet, as well as 
photos of the under hood connections and traction control button. 


Please let me know if anything needs to be clarified or if you need any more information. 


Thank you, 

Kyle Foss 

Engineering Analyst 
Test Center California (TCC) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
201 Del Norte Rlvd. 

Oxnard, CA 93030 


Phone: (805)436-8617 
Mobile: (805) 205-0560 
Fax: (805) 485-3602 

ky le.fo ss@v~w. c om 
http: /Avww. v w.c om 


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From: Glas, Tobias 

Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2014 12:30 PM 


To: Foss, Kyle 

Subject: Fw: Parameters needed for 


Ex. 7 



The following vehicle will be brought in next week: 


Ex. 7 I Vehicle Pick up on 9/2/14 

L '"fruesd'ay) “ 


Please fill the attached parameter sheet (including the new second tab) and return it to me. When 
including instmctions for disabling traction control, please include a description and location of 
the icon. 


Thanks, 

Lynn Sohacki 

EPA, Compliance Division 

734-214-4851 


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EPA Vehicle Control Number: 
Equivalent Test Weight: 
Nominal Fuel Tank Capacity: 
Drive Axle: 


National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratoiy 

2565 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105 


EPA Parameters Form 1000-01 for In-Use Testing 


Ex. 7 

L_ 



(Integer Only: Equivalent Test Weight) 


40% Fill 


6.8 


Gallons 


US06 CO Full Useful Life Standard 


11.1 


1 Rear Drive Str Left 

2 Rear Drive Str Right 

3 Front Drive Str Left 

4 Front Drive Str Right 

5 Four Wheel Drive Str Left 

6 Four Wheel Drive Str Right 

7 Rear Drive Off Road 

9 Other 

10 4-Wheel Drive 

11 2-Wheei Drive, Front 

12 2-Wheel Drive, Rear 

13 Part-time 4-Wheel Drive 
15 All Wheel Drive 


Mfr. Shift Schedule (if required) 



FTP 


HWY 



US06 


Vehicle Target Road-Load Coefficients 

i Lb-force 


A 

B 

C 


40.56 


Canister Working Capacity: 

140 Grams 


(Integer Only: Canister Working Capacity) 


0.4894 


0.01914 


Lb-force/mph 

Lb-force/mph 2 


1 [ Number of Canisters (Integer Only: Number of Canisters) 
Total Canister Volume (cm3) 


2800 


PLEASE ADD COLD CO PARAMETERS ON THE SECOND TAB OF THIS WORKSHEET 

Vehicle Starting Instructions, including Traction Control disabling (with location and description of traction control icon): 


With ignition on, press the "traction control off" button. Then start engine and verify traction control light is on in the instrument cluster. Button is located in center console, picture attached in separate document. 


To avoid unnecessary delays, please pr ovide specific instructions and pictures (if necessary) for the following items: 

Canister Loading Process: 


Load through the purge valve line under the hood. Remove hose on canister side of purge valve. 

Vent through the connector on the leak detection pump attached to the canister. Canister is located directly under the trunk floor, accessible from under 
the car. 


Fuel Draining Process: 
ABS Disabling Process: 


Insert a T-connector into the fuel line under the hood. The line is on the left hand side of the engine compartment, and goes straight into the high pressure 
[fuel pump. _ 


Fuel Switch Process (Flex Fuel only): 


Comments: 


_ For internal EPA Use Only: 

This information was obtained from: 

* Letter, e-mail, fax or other document delivered from the ma nufacturer Config. No 

(attach any additional information from the manufacturer to this form) 

* Verbal instruction from the manufacturer's representative 

* Other (specify) 



Manufacturer Representative: 


Date: 


Jacobs Representative: 

Date: 

EPA Representative: 

Date: 


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PROt^° 


National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory 

2565 Plymouth Road, Ami Arbor, Michigan 48105 

EPA Parameters Form 1000-01 for In-Use Testing 

Page 2 


EPA Vehicle Control Number: 



Cold CO Target Road-Load Coefficients 


40.56 Lb-force 


B 


0.4894 Lb-force/mph 



Cold CO Test 

Special Instructions for Heater and Defroster Control: 


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To: Pidgeon, Bill[pidgeon.bill@epa.gov] 

From: George Hall 

Sent: Wed 8/27/2014 10:45:54 PM 

Subject: Re: Request for IUVP test data 

Thanks Bill. 

G. 


George Hall 

Jaguar & Land Rover IUVP and Certification 

Email: GHall12@JaguarLandRover.com 
Work: 313-594 0904 
Mobile: 313-670 1829 

Jaguar Land Rover North America, LLC 
555 Mac Arthur Blvd. Mahwah, NJ 07430 

> On Aug 27, 2014, at 1:39 PM, "Pidgeon, Bill" <pidgeon.bill@epa.gov> wrote: 

> 

> Hi George, 

> 

> The IUVP data you requested are attached. Audi, Volkswagen, and Bentley all have different 
manufacturer codes, so Volkswagen & Bentley were excluded. The Mini is manufactured by BMW, so the 
Mini data are included. 

> 

> Best wishes, 

> Bill 

> 

^ ***************•**•***•***•**•**•*•*•*• 

> William M. Pidgeon 

> Mechanical Engineer 

> U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 

> Compliance Division, N69 

> 2000 Traverwood Drive 

> Ann Arbor, Ml 48105-2195 

> pidgeon.bill@epa.gov 

> Phone: 734-214-4416 

> Fax: 734-214-4869 

> 

> 

> From: Hall, George [mailto:ghall12@jaguarlandrover.com] 

> Sent: Thursday, August 21, 2014 2:26 PM 

> To: Pidgeon, Bill 

> Cc: Vahakn Varjabedian 

> Subject: Request for IUVP test data 

> 

> Bill, as we discussed earlier:- 

> 

> Can you supply me with the IUVP test results / data for: 

> 

> Model Years 

> 2011 MY 

> 2012MY 


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> 2013MY 

> 

> Manufacturers (Veh Mfr Code): 

> Audi (ADX) - Volkswagen & Bentley data is not required 

> BMW (BMX) - Mini data is not required 

> Mercedes-Benz (MBX) 

> 

> If it is easier to leave the additional data in than to remove it, it is not a problem. 

> 

> If you require any more information from me, please get in touch via email or my mobile number below. 

> 

> Thank you, 

> 

> George. 

> 

> George Hall 

> Project Engineer - IUVP & Emissions Compliance 

> 

>T: +1.313.594.0904 | M: +1.313.670.1829 
> 

> [http://www.jaguarlandrover.com/email/jlr.jpg] 

> 

> Jaguar Land Rover North America, LLC 

> 555 Mac Arthur Blvd. Mahwah, NJ 07430 

> JaguarUSA<http://www jaguarusa.com/index.html> | 

LandRoverUSA. co m<http://www. landrover.com/us/en/lr> 

> <Jaguar-Land Rover IUVP Data Request 2014 0827.xlsx> 


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Ex. 7 JGregeois, JeromeOgregeois@hatci.com]; 

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hviarcrnK:osKi;"jas'on v [ja'so7DV[Hrcm'Kos'kt@'e^:doe.gov]; 'Andreas 

Truckenbrodt'[andreas.truckenbrodt@truckenbrodts.com]; rknight@bki.com[rknight@bki.com]; 'Rich 


Aiex Keros 


Myhre'[rmyhre@bki.com];i Ex. 7 

(aiexander.keros@gm.com)'[aTexah'der.l<efos@gm.comf;'BiirErhcR'[bernck"@CAFCF J .org]; Fred Joseck 
(fred.joseck@ee.doe.gov)[fred.joseck@ee.doe.gov]; Joerg Launer 

(Jorg.Launer@vw.com)[Jorg.Launer@vw.com]; John Juriga (jjuriga@hatci.com)Ojuriga@hatci.com]; 
MIKULIN, JOHN[MIKULIN.JOHN@EPA.GOV]; Justin Ward 

(justin.ward@tema.toyota.com)0ustin.ward@tema.toyota.com]; Lance Atkins (lance.atkins@nissan- 
usa.com)[lance.atkins@nissan-usa.com]; mmiyasato@aqmd.gov[mmiyasato@aqmd.gov]; McKinney, 
Jim@Energy[Jim.McKinney@energy.ca.gov]; r.modlin@chrysier.com[r.modlin@chrysier.com]; Robert 
Bienenfeid (Robert_Bienenfeld@ahm.honda.com)[Robert_Bienenfeld@ahm.honda.com]; Ronald 
Grasman (ronald.grasman@daimler.com)[ronald.grasman@daimler.com]; Thorsten Wesse 
(Thorsten.Wesse@afcc-auto.com)[Thorsten. Wesse@afcc-auto.com]; 

Catherine.kim@daimler.com[catherine.kim@daimler.com]; Kaori Ajarid_ i 

(kaori.alarid@tema.toyota.com)(kaori.alarid@tema.toyota.comJ;[ Ex. 7 i 

_ Ex . 7_j5ieiarfie"H0'D'gn'sHield 

(meianie."hobenshield@a"fcc-auto.com)[melanie.hobenshield@afcc-auto.com]; Nancy Ann Leffler 
(NAL@CHRYSLER.COM)[NAL@CHRYSLER.COM]; Pat Krayserfpkrayser@aqmd.gov]; A my Lilly 
(alilly@hatci.com)[alilly@hatci.com];| Ex. 7 jAndreas 

T r uckenbr o dt (a ndrea s . truc kenbrodt^tmckenWodtsTcomirandreasTruckenbrodt^aickenbrodte.coml; 

Ex. 7 jBob Cassidy (robert.cassidy@nissan- 

Usa7c6rh)ffoB¥rt!cassTd'y@mssah-usa.’com];Brandi"’G"6hzales[bgonzales@CAFCP.org]; I ex.Y 


Ex. 7 


Grundler, 


Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov]; Chris White[cwhite@CAFCP.org]; Dean Kato 
(dean@intereco.com)[dean@intereco.com]; f Ex. 7 ~ 

Frank S eyff i e d ( frank . seyf r ied@ volkswagen.de')Tffahk.'seyfhecf@vo1Rswageh'deT;"| Ex. 7 

Ex. 7 jJared Farnsworth 

flared.farnsworth@tema.toyota.com)"[jared.farnsworth@tema.toyota.com]; Jason Marcinkoski 
(jason.marcinkoski@ee.doe.gov)[jason.marcinkoski@ee.doe.gov]; Jerome Gregeois 
(jgregeois@hatci.com)[jgregeois@hatci.com]; Juergen Friedrich 
(juergen.friedrich@daimler.com)[juergen.friedrich@daimler.com]; Kevin Lee 
(kslee@hatci.com)[kslee@hatci.com]; Kiho Yoo (k.u@hyundai-motor.com)[k.u@hyundai-motor.com]; 
Linda Carrizosa[lcarrizosa@cafcp.org]; Lisa Mirisola (lmirisola@aqmd.gov)[lmirisola@aqmd.gov]; Mark S. 
Torigian Esq (Mtorigian@hatci.com)[Mtorigian@hatci.com]; Matt McClory 
(matt.mcclory@tema.toyota.com)[matt.mcclory@tema.toyota.com]; Matthew Forrest 
(matthew.forrest@daimler.com)[matthew.forrest@daimler.com]; Nico 
Bouwkamp[nbouwkamp@cafcp.org]; Randy Roesser 

(Randy.Roesser@energy.ca.gov)[Randy.Roesser@energy.ca.gov]; Wysor, Tad[wysor.tad@epa.gov]; 
Takehito Yokoo (takehito.yokoo@tema.toyota.com)[takehito.yokoo@tema.toyota.com]; Tiger Jeong 
(tigerjeong@hyundai.com)[tigerjeong@hyundai.com]; Tim Olson 
(tolson@energy.state.ca.us)[tolson@energy.state.ca. us] 

From: Bill Elrick 

Sent: Thur 8/28/2014 5:10:00 PM 

Subject: SOW material following Aug 13th ST meeting 

Members Aua13 ST Strateaizinq Meeting Outcomes.xlsx 

Members Aug 13 ST Strateaizinq Meeting Prioritization SOW.xIsx 


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Please find attached both the original “Outcomes” from our August 13 th realignment meeting 
(sent previously) and staffs initial “Scope of Work” outline using that ST input and 
prioritization. We encourage your feedback by Sept 4 th so that we may integrate it into an 
execution/logistics plan which will be the focus of our Sept 30 th meeting. 


Regards, 

Bill 


Bill Elrick | Acting Executive Director | CaFCP 
3300 Industrial Blvd, West Sacramento, CA 95691 

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To: Rodgers, William (EEO)j' Ex. 7 i@vw.com] 

Cc: I Ex. 7 

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_ Ex. 7 _|@vw.com] 

From: Snyder, Jim 

Sent: Thur 8/28/2014 7:59:54 PM 

Subject: RE: VW Group - Test Decision Information Audi A6 and A7 TDI 


Hi L E _ x _:_ 7 _jand co, It turned out the lighter config was a random so I requested testing. As you 
know, since this is a 2016 model and diesel, we have the usual new model year hurdles to get 
through before a new Certificate can be approved. 


•ULiULiLjLjLiLj We have to have a Manufacturer’s Pre-Cert mtg to inform EPA of new vehicles, 
models, and new technology coming. 

•□□□□□□□□ Request for Approval of VW’s ADP durability process. 

•□□□□□□□□ Request for Approval of VW’s diesel AECDs and SCR technologies 


Jim Snyder 

Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
Compliance Division 

United States Environmental Protection Agency 
(734) 214-4946 

snvder.iim(a>epa.Qov 


From: [_JEx.j_i@vw.com] 

Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2014 2:13 PM 
To: Snyder, Jim 

Cc: f ExT | 


Subject: VW Group - Test Decision Information Audi A6 and A7 TDI 


Hello Jim, 

I submitted Verify decision information files and new fuel economy tests for 2016 model year 
Audi A6/A7 models. These models will be included in the 3.0L V6 diesel carryover test group 
GVGAJ03.0NU4, scheduled for market introduction in early 2015 calendar year. These new 


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tests represent an increased ETW for the A 7 models and new predominate mode of operation for 
both models that includes the Start/stop system activate (On) automatically upon start-up. Let 
me know if you have any questions. 


Regards, 


Ex. 7 



OF AMERICA, INC. 


Engineering and Environmental Office 


Auburn Hills, MI 

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To: 

Bcc: 

From: 

Sent: 

Subject: 


Ex. 6 

L Pug]Tese7"R"o]TyTpugTi"ese"h6Tly@"epa.gov] 
Snyder, Jim 

Thur 8/28/2014 8:41:32 PM 

FW: [Fueleconomy] Recall Affects Mileage 


I Ex. 6 I 

i_i 


I am in the Compliance Division and your email thread just made its way to me today. 
Historically the ERA was only interested in the possible emissions effects and not in any FE 
effects due to manufacturer recall campaigns or service bulletins. With the passing of the 
Greenhouse Gas Regulations such possible fuel economy changes could impact the 
manufacturer’s declared C02 output and their reported calculations could require revision. I do 
not think there is anything in the GHG regs with regard to the customer but some companies 
whose FE was found incorrect have voluntarily compensated customers on their own or through 
Class action agreements. 


I was not aware of this particular VW recall until now so I am not familiar with the details of it. 
Just reading it I don’t see mention of a calibration change. For starters, I will ask VW for a more 
detailed description of everything that is done for this campaign and what effect it has on fuel 
economy. 


Jim Snyder 

Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
Compliance Division 

United States Environmental Protection Agency 

snvder.iim@epa.gov 


From: Pugliese, Holly On Behalf Of Compliancelnfo 
Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2014 11:05 AM 
To: Snyder, Jim 

Subject: FW: [Fueleconomy] Recall Affects Mileage 


Hi Jim. This long email trail just came to the compliance info box. This is the first time I’m 
seeing it there, but take a look and see if there is anything that can be said. 


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Thanks, 


Holly Pugliese 

Office of Transportation and Air Quality 
US ERA 


From: 

Sent: 

To: Compliancelnfo 

Subject: Fwd: [Fueleconomy] Recall Affects Mileage 


Ex. 6 

Thursday, August 28, 2014 10:59 AM 


Please respond to this question as stated in the email thread below. 


If a manufacturer recalls a car to make safety changes, and the changes result 
in lower gas milage, what is the manufacturer’s responsibility to the 
customer who bought the car based on its gas milage performance? 


Ex. 6 

'_j 


Begin forwarded message: 

r-■; 

From] EX. 6 

L_: 

Subject: Re: [Fueleconomy] Recall Affects Mileage 
Date: August 14, 2014 at 4:42:29 PM EDT 
To: FuelEconomy < fueleconomv@ornl.gov > 


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Thanks. I will look forward to their response. 


I know EPA was involved with Ford and their low milage, but that was due to testing errors and 
not a recall. Maybe if low milage exists for any reason, EPA would be interested in verifying 
that their ratings are not flawed, especially if there is evidence of lower than rated milage by 
independent testers or consumer real world experience in general. 

Ex 6 I 


On Aug 14, 2014, at 4:30 PM, FuelEconomy < fueleconomy@,oml.gov > wrote: 


Dear 


Ex. 6 ! 

_j 


Your email was re-sent to the EPA yesterday and this afternoon we received a response that it 
has been forwarded to one of their certification representatives with a request for him to respond 
to you. The EPA will have to clarify their position on this but it is likely a complicated issue 
without a simple answer. There was a case in the past involving Honda Civic Hybrids that were 
recalled and it was claimed by many consumers that the recall work lowered their fuel economy. 
There were quite a number of complaints and ultimately it was settled in court as a class action 
lawsuit between the affected consumers and Honda but the EPA did not get actively involved to 
our knowledge. The EPA is responsible for ensuring that Federal procedures are followed during 
certification and that no errors are made but assuming that the manufacture certified the vehicle 
correctly and in good faith, future unanticipated work performed on a model may be outside of 
EPA's scope unless there is sufficient data to force an investigation. 


Hopefully the EPA will respond to your email this time. We at www.fiieleconomy.gov get our 
data from the EPA but we are not in a position to speak on EPA's behalf about their policies 
regarding investigations and enforcement. If you do not hear back in the next week or so, we can 
only suggest contacting them directly at: http://www.epa.gov/otaq/oms-cmt.htm . 

Sincerely, 

www. fue l economy. go v 


-Original Message- 

From:; Ex. 6 I 

Sent: Wednesday, August 13, 2014 12:15 PM 
To: FuelEconomy 

Subject: Re: [Fueleconomy] Recall Affects Mileage 


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I haven't heard anything from EPA. Could you check the status on this and let me know if I will 
be hearing from them soon, or should I contact someone specifically? 

Ex. 6l 


On Aug 1, 2014, at 6:10 PM, FuelEconomy < fueleconomv@oml.gov > wrote: 


Ex. 6 


Thank you for the additional information. This has been forwarded on to our contact at EPA. He 
will likely respond to you directly but if we hear back on this we will forward that response to 
you. 

Sincerely, 

www.fueleconomv.gov 


■Original Message- 


From: 


Ex. 6 


Sent: Fri(Iay;mgusTUr;'20T4’TZ:5*4'PM- 

To: FuelEconomy 

Subject: Re: [Fueleconomy] Recall Affects Milage 


Thank you. Here are the details. 


I bought a 2013 Jetta Hybrid that is mpg rated at 48 highway, 45 combined, and 42 city. I 
worked real hard at learning how to drive this car so I could consistently get 45 mpg average. 
Then, at 8630 miles I took it in for a factory safety recall that changed the transmission synthetic 
fluid to a mineral based fluid and reprogramed the transmission control software. 

Since then I have not been able to ever achieve the 45 mpg average again even with the same or 
even more careful driving protocol. 41 to 42mpg average is the best I can do. I took it to the 
dealer at 14,961 miles. They tested the car and recorded and documented a mpg of 36.2, even 
worse than mine. A VW corporate troubleshooter then tested the car on the interstate at a steady 
70 mph for 55 miles and recorded and documented 46.1 mpg. He then declared there was 
nothing wrong with the car and that it was within the estimated mpg ratings. 

I am dissatisfied with the VW response because I believe the car is now different than the car I 
bought and is underperforming the rated mpg. 

My question is, what is the manufacturer's responsibility to the customer who bought this car 
based in large part on its advertised gas milage performance? 


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Sincerely^ 

Ex. 6 


On Aug 1, 2014, at 11:10 AM, FuelEconomy < fueleconomv@,oml.gov > wrote: 


Hello I Ex. 6 | 

Thank you for contacting us. The Fuel Economy Website is produced at 
Oak Ridge National Laboratory with data supplied to us by the EPA. If you would like to 
provide us with details about your vehicle and the recall work done that may affect fuel 
economy, we would be happy to forward that to our contact at the EPA for a response. 
Alternatively, you could contact the EPA directly. The EPA's Office of Transportation and Air 
Quality is responsible for all vehicle testing, certification, and labeling. Their testing facility is 
located in Ann Arbor, Michigan and can be found on the web at: http://www.epa.gov/nvfel/ 
Their main contact page is at: http: // www. epa. go v/otaq/om s - cm t. htm . You could also send an 
email to complianceinfo@epa.gov . Sorry we cannot provide you with a direct answer but this 
must be addressed by the EPA. 

Sincerely, 

www. fuel economy. gov 


-Original Message- 

From:j Ex. 6 

Sent: Thursday, July 31, 20i4 4:17 PM 
To: FuelEconomy 

Subject: [Fueleconomy] Recall Affects Milage 

If a manufacturer recalls a car to make safety changes, and the changes result in lower gas 
milage, what is the manufacturer's responsibility to the customer who bought the car based on its 
gas milage performance? 

Ex. 6 


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To: Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

Qc: _ j Ex'. 1 @vw. com]; 

| Ex. 7 [ 

From: ’ 

Sent: Frf8/29/2014 ti" 21:20 AM 

Subject: RE: VW Group - j , 


Thanks Jim. 

We are working on all fronts for the upcoming Certification request. 
Have a good holiday 


r 



From: Snyder, Jim [mailto:Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 
Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2014 4:00 PM 

To: 


Ex. 7 


Cc:[ 

Subject : RE: VW Grou p - 


Ex. 7 




.......J 


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1 Ex. 4 - CBi ’Nve’Fave’tfie’us^ 

hTiTOiigiTFeTo’^ 


•UUUUUUUU We have to have a Manufacturer’s Pre-Cert mtg to inform EPA of new vehicles, 
models, and new technology coming. 


Request for Approval of VW’s ADP durability process. 


Request for Approval of VW’s diesel AECDs and SCR technologies 


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Jim Snyder 

Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
Compliance Division 

United States Environmental Protection Agency 
(734) 214-4946 

snvder.iim@epa.gov 


From :j_ Ex. 7 _ j@vw.com' 

Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2014 2:13 PM 
To: Snyder, Jim 


Cc:i Ex. 7 


Subject: VW Group - \ 

Ex. 4 - CBI 


Hello Jim, 



Regards, 


L- 


Ex. 7 


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP OF AMERICA, INC. 

Engineering and Environmental Office 


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From: Snyder, Jim [mailto:Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 
Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2014 4:00 PM 
To: [_ Ex. 7_ j 


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L_ 

[ * Ex' i - CBi * ]we have the usual new model year hurdles to get 

through before a new Certificate can be approved. 


•LAAA1AAU We have to have a Manufacturer’s Pre-Cert mtg to inform EPA of new vehicles, 
models, and new technology coming. 


Request for Approval of VW’s ADP durability process. 


lUUUUUUU Request for Approval of VW’s diesel AECDs and SCR technologies 


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From:! Ex. 7 la> vw.com' 

Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2014 2:13 PM 
To: Snyder, Jim 

Cc: j Ex. 7 

S u bject : VW" Grou p - ] 


ExiT-CBI 


Hello Jim, 



me know if you have any questions. 


Regards, 



L 


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP OF AMERICA, INC. 

Engineering and Environmental Office 
Auburn Hills, MI 



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To: Rodgers, William (EEO)[William.Rodgers@vw.com] 

From: Snyder, Jim 

Sent: Tue 9/2/2014 9:13:35 PM 

Subject: RE: VW Group - Test Decision Information Audi A6 and A7 TDI 


Bill, it looks like the target and sets are backwards on this vehicle (GNU4-CAQ). Can you 
correct the Supplemental data so Ben can schedule it? 


City/Highway 
Evap 
US06 
Cold CO 


Target Coefficients Set Coefficients 



A 

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0.34725 

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0.1695 

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43.028 

0.38197 

0.018566 


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Compliance Division 

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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

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Subject: DAILY: August U.S. auto sales rise 6%, SAAR hits 17.5M | Next MX-5 Miata will help Mazda 
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of that strategy: a redesigned MX-5 Miata built with 
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To: leonard.kata@vw.com[leonard. kata@vw.com] 

Cc: Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov]; richard.thomas@vw.com[riehard.thomas@vw.com] 

From: Good, David 

Sent: Wed 9/3/2014 8:44:22 PM 

Subject: Re: Question about road-speed fans usage for 2016MY and later test vehicles 

EPA-road-speed fani-specs.714.pdf 


Len, 


Re: Question about road-speed fans usage for 2016MY and later test vehicles 


As you know, the Tier 3 Part 1066 regulations allow manufacturers to use road-speed fans for 
Tier 2 and Tier 3 emission and fuel economy vehicles without obtaining prior EPA approval. 
We have (more or less) told manufacturers that if they used a road-speed fan for their testing, 
EPA would also use a road-speed fan for any EPA confirmatory testing. 


We would like to know your plans to use road-speed fans over the next several years so that 
there is no disruption in the EPA confirmatory testing process due to insufficient number of EPA 
road-speed fans. We currently have one road-speed fan (see attachment) and are considering 
whether to purchase an additional fan (or fans). 


I would think that you would provided road-speed fan information to EPA in your 2016 
certification preview meeting, including an outline of which 2016MY vehicles will be tested 
with road-speed fans, the specifications of your road speed fan(s), whether they meet EPA 
criteria outlined in 40 CFR 1066.105, and any other technical information as appropriate. 


Please let us know in the next week or so approximately what percent of your 2016 and 2017 (if 
available) emission and fuel economy vehicles will be tested with road-speed fans and the timing— 
approximately when you expect to be submitting test requests to EPA for vehicles tested with 
road-speed fans. I don’t need precise numbers—just approximate numbers will be fine. 


Thanks much 


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TATD LD portable Road Speed Fan quick specifications 


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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Wed 9/3/2014 9:34:07 PM 

Subject: U.S. SALES REPORT: August volume shifts from hot to hotter in 'almost' perfect month 



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Riding strong U.S. demand for crossovers and big pickups, 
automakers sold almost 1.6 million light vehicles in August, 
up 6 percent from a booming year-ago period. In August 

2013, auto sales jumped 17 percent. ... » READ 


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Nissan boosted 15% by multiple 
nameplates 

12:0ii pm fci ( i»ep 3 

Nissan Division reported rising U.S. demand in August 
across its product portfolio. The division sold 125,224 cars 
and light trucks last month in the United States, up 15 
percent from August 2013. Multiple nameplates made 
significant gains, including the Versa subcompact, Sentra 
compact, Altima midsize sedan, Maxima large sedan, 


Rogue compact crossover and Leaf electric car.... » READ 


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increase of 6 percent and outsell Ford Motor Co. to rank as 


the nation’s No. 2 automaker for the month.... » READ 



Higher truck deliveries offset GM's 
weak car volume 


GM's August sales were bad for market share but good for 
the bottom line. GM's deliveries last month fell 1 percent, as 
booming sales of the company's redesigned pickups and 
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» 


crossover volume and another rough month for Cadillac.... 

» READ 



WINNERS AND LOSERS 



% change in sales among brands 


Winners 

Aug. 

Winners 

8 mos. 


1 Maserati 

278.2% 1 

Maserati 

319.3% 

1 

2 Jeep 

48.7% 2 

Jeep 

45.1% 

2 

3 Ram 

38.7% 3 

Mitsubishi 

28.9% 

3 

4 Porsche 

36.5% 4 

Ram 

24.1% 

4 

5 Smart 

34.3% 5 

Subaru 

18.6% 

5 

Top Selling Light Vehicles 1 





Aug. 

8 





mos. 



1 Ford F 

68,1091 Ford F 

497,1 



series 

series 




2 Honda 

51,0752 Chevrolet 331,9 



Accord 

Silverado 



3 Chevrolet 49,2013 Toyota 

306,4 



Silverado 

Camry 




4 Toyota 

44,0434 Ram 

283,2 



Camry 





5 Ram 

43,7755 Honda 

271,4 




Accord 




6 Toyota 

35,6146 Toyota 

238,2 




Losers 

Aug. 


Losers 

8 mos. 

Jaguar 

-31.3% 

1 

Mini 

-21.1% 

Infiniti 

-22.9% 

2 

Scion 

-14.3% 

Fiat 

-19.8% 

3 

Volkswagen division 

-13.4% 

Scion 

-19.6% 

4 

Volvo 

-11.0% 

Cadillac 

-17.8% 

5 

Chrysler Division 

-8.6% 


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RAV4 

Corolla/ 

Matrix 


7 Honda 
CR-V 

34,0797 Nissan 
Altima 

235,2 

8 Honda 
Civic 

34,0328 Honda 
Civic 

231,1 

9 Toyota 
Corolla/ 
Matrix 

33,0889 Ford 

Fusion 

218,8 

ICNissan 

Altima 

32,1531 (Honda 
CR-V 

217,2 



Aug. 

8 



mos. 

1 Honda 

51,0751 Toyota 

306,4 

Accord 

Camry 


2 Toyota 

44,0432 Honda 

271,4 

Camry 

Accord 


3 Honda 

34,0323 Toyota 

238,2 

Civic 

Corolla/ 



Matrix 


4 Toyota 

33,0884 Nissan 

235,2 

Corolla/ 

Altima 


Matrix 



5 Nissan 

32,1535 Honda 

231,1 

Altima 

Civic 


6 Ford 

29,4526 Ford 

218,8 

Fusion 

Fusion 


7 Toyota 

23,4377 Chevrolet 

189,6 

Prius 

Cruze 


8 Chevrolet23,435B Ford 

160,7 

Cruze 

Focus 


9 Hyundai 

22,84® Hyundai 

157,5 

Elantra 

Elantra 


ICFord 

22,0791 OToyota 

151,2 

Focus 

Prius 



Aug. 


8 

mos. 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 
9 


Ford F 

68,109 1 

series 


Chevrolet,201 2 
Silverado 

Ram 

43,775 3 

Toyota 

RAV4 

35,614 4 

Honda 

CR-V 

34,079 5 

Ford 

Escape 

28,996 6 

Nissan 

Rogue 

21,419 7 

Chevrolet,387 8 

Equinox 

GMC 

Sierra 

19,847 9 


Ford F 

497,1/ 

series 


ChevroleS31,9/ 
Silverado 

Ram 

283,2f 

Honda 

CR-V 

217,2$ 

Ford 

Escape 

208,4^ 

Toyota 

RAV4 

179,3^ 

Chevrolet67,5G 

Equinox 

Ford 

142,8f 

Explorer 

Nissan 

Rogue 

137,3- 


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ICFord GMC 

Explorer Sierra 

Table sorted by year-to-date sales 



Aug.2014 

Aug. 2013 

% change 

Aug. 2014 

Aug. 2013 

% change 

Buick 

22,143 

24,650 

-10% 

153,298 

141,880 

8% 

Cadillac 

16,650 

20,255 

-18% 

114,008 

119,586 

-5% 

Chevrolet 

185,930 

187,740 

-1% 

1,388,993 

1,365,544 

2% 

GMC 

47,700 

43,202 

10% 

328,152 

303,254 

8% 

General Motors 

272,423 

275,847 

-1% 

1,984,451 

1,930,264 

3% 

Ford division 

213,227 

212,212 

1% 

1,637,666 

1,649,821 

-1% 

Lincoln 

8,146 

8,192 

-1% 

60,531 

53,399 

13% 

Ford Motor Co. 

221,373 

220,404 

0% 

1,698,197 

1,703,220 

0% 

Lexus 

32,809 

29.792 

10% 

198,831 

171,238 

16% 

Scion 

6,186 

7,698 

-20% 

41,949 

48,959 

-14% 

Toyota Division 

207,105 

194,047 

;; 7% 

1,386,729 

1,313,525 

6% 

Toyota/Scion 

213,291 

201,745 

6% 

1,428,678 

1,362,484 

5% 

Toyota Motor Sales 

246,100 

231,537 

6% 

1,627,509 

1,533,722 

6% 

Chrysler Division 

29,762 

28,678 

4% 

194,285 

212,495 

-9% 

Dodge 

49,895 

52,858 

-6% 

399,937 

413,258 

-3% 

Ram 

46,594 

33,587 

39% 

298,650 

240,727 

24% 

Dodge/Ram 

96,489 

86,445 

12% 

698,587 

653,985 

7% 

Fiat 

3,362 

4,190 

-20% 

32,141 

29,585 

9% 

Jeep 

68,766 

46,239 

49% 

461,156 

317,921 

45% 

Chrysler Group*** 

198,379 

165,552 

20% 

1,386,169 

1,213,986 

14% 

Acura 

15,487 

17,051 

: -9% 

105,918 

109,182 

-3% 

Honda Division 

151,551 

149,381 

2% 

936,464 

944,267 

-1% 

American Honda Motor Co. 

167,038 

166,432 

0% 

1,042,382 

1,053,449 

-1% 

tnfiniti 

9,164 

11,884 

-23% 

77,043 

71,879 

7% 

Nissan Division 

125,224 

108,614 

15% 

883,274 

782,369 

13% 

Nissan North America 

134,388 

120,498 

12% 

960,317 

854,248 

12% 

Hyundai division 

70,003 

66,101 

; 6% 

501,448 

493,116 

2% 

P " $ 

■ 

54,667 

52,025 

: : ;V 5% 

404,389 

378,380 

7% 

Hyundai-Kia 

124,670 

118,126 

6% 

905,837 

871,496 

4% 

Audi 

17,101 

14,005 

22% 

116,066 

101,346 

15% 

Bentley 

241 

239 

1% 

1,750 

1,606 

9% 

Lamborghini* 

59 

58 

2% 

472 

458 

3% 

Porsche 

4,540 

3,327 

37% 

31,759 

28,456 

12% 

VW division 

35,181 

40,342 

-13% 

244,878 

282,913 

-1 3% 

VW Group Of America 

57,122 

57,971 

-2% 

394,925 

414,779 

-5% 

Subaru 

50,246 

41,061 

22% 

333,968 

281,652 

19% 

BMW division 

27,214 

24,523 

11% 

211,005 

188,997 

12% 

Mini 

5,006 

6,023 

-17% 

34,969 

44,329 

-21% 

Rolls-Royce* 

75 

71 

6% 

600 

568 

6% 

BMW Group 

32,295 

30,617 

6% 

246,574 

233,894 

5% 

Maybach 

V- • 


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6 

-100% 

Mercedes-Benz 

28,958 

26,151 

11% 

221,471 

203,157 

9% 

Smart USA 

1,334 

993 

34% 

7,332 

6,312 

16% 

Daimler AG 

30,292 

27,144 

12% 

228,803 

209,475 

9% 

Mazda 

31,305 

28,106 

11% 

216,974 

198,026 

10% 

Mitsubishi 

6,786 

5,281 

29% 

52,807 

40,980 

29% 

Jaguar 

1,184 

1,723 

-31% 

10,688 

11,134 

-4% 

Land Rover 

4,489 

4,938 

-9% 

35,318 

31,972 

11% 


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Jaguar Land Rover N.A. 


Volvo Cars N.A. 

4,960 

5,518 

-10% 

39,184 

44,005 

-11% 

Tesla* 

1,800 

2,300 

-22% 

16,830 

15,575 

8% 

Maserati 

1,233 

326 

278% 

7,807 

1,862 

319% 

Suzuki 

- 

- 

- 

- 

5,946 

-100% 

Other** 

291 

284 

3% 

2,328 

2,272 

3% 

U.S. LIGHT VEHICLE 

1,586,374 

1,503,665 

6% 

11,191,068 

10,651,957 

5% 


*Estimate 

**lncludes estimates for Aston Martin, Ferrari and Lotus 

***Fiat S.p.A. purchased the remaining 41.46% stake in Chrysler Group from the UAW’s VEBA Trust on 
Jan. 20, 2014. 


Highlights 


Mfgr. highest volume - 
Aug. 

GM 

272,423 

Mfgr. highest volume - 8 
mos. 

GM 

1,984,451 

Mfgr. gained the most 
volume - Aug. 

Chrysler 

Group 

32,827 

Mfgr. gained the most 
volume - 8 mos. 

Chrysler 

Group 

172,183 

Mfgr. lost the most volume - 
Aug. 

GM 

(3,424) 

Mfgr. lost the most volume - 
8 mos. 

VW Group of 
America 

(19,854) 

Mfgr. highest % increase - 
Aug. 

Maserati 

278% 

Mfgr. highest % increase - 8 
mos. 

Maserati 

319% 

Mfgr. biggest % drop - 
Aug. 

JLR 

-15% 

Mfgr. biggest % drop - 8 
mos. 

Volvo 

-11% 


Brand highest volume - 
Aug. 

Ford 

213,227 

Brand highest volume - 8 
mos. 

Ford 

1,637,66( 

Brand gained the most 
volume - Aug. 

Jeep 

22,527 

Brand gained the most 
volume - 8 mos. 

Jeep 

143,235 

Brand lost the most 
volume - Aug. 

VW 

(5,161) 

Brand lost the most volume - 
8 mos. 

VW 

(38,035) 

Brand highest % increase - 
Aug. 

Maserati 

278% 

Brand highest % increase - 8 
mos. 

Maserati 

319% 

Brand biggest % drop - 
Aug. 

Jaguar 

-31% 

Brand biggest % drop - 8 
mos. 

Mini 

-21% 


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| Ex. 7 |Gregeois, JeromeOgregeois@hatci.com]; 

'] Ex'i [Bill Eirick[beirick@CAFCP.org]; Tyson 

fecke?le’lTysomEckerie@GOV"CA"GOV]l\/ia?cinkoski, Jason'[Jason.Marcinkoski@ee.doe.gov]; 'Andreas 
Truckenbrodt'[andreas.truckenbrodt@truckenbrodts.com]; rknight@bki.com[rknight@bki.com]; 'Rich 
Myhre'[rmyhre@bki.com];|" Exi t ]Aiex Keros 

(aiexander.keros@gm.com)plexahderTeros"@g'm'c6'm];'Ffed'J6seck' J 

(fred.joseck@ee.doe.gov)[fred.joseck@ee.doe.gov]; Joerg Launer 

(Jorg.Launer@vw.com)[Jorg.Launer@vw.com]; John Juriga (jjuriga@hatci.com)[jjuriga@hatci.com]; 
MIKULIN, JOHN[MIKULIN.JOHN@EPA.GOV]; Justin Ward 

(justin.ward@tema.toyota.com)Oustin.ward@tema.toyota.com]; Lance Atkins (lance.atkins@nissan- 
usa.com)[lance.atkins@nissan-usa.com]; mmiyasato@aqmd.gov[mmiyasato@aqmd.gov]; McKinney, 
Jim@Energy[Jim.McKinney@energy.ca.gov]; r.modlin@chrysier.com[r.modlin@chrysier.com]; Robert 
Bienenfeld (Robert_Bienenfeld@ahm.honda.com)[Robert_Bienenfeld@ahm.honda.com]; Ronald 
Grasman (ronald.grasman@daimler.com)[ronald.grasman@daimler.com]; Thorsten Wesse 
(Thorsten.Wesse@afcc-auto.com)[Thorsten. Wesse@afcc-auto.com]; 

Catherine.kim@daimler.com[catherine.kim@daimler.com]; Kaori Alarid_ 

(kaori.alarid@tema.toyota.com)[kaori.alarid@tema.toyota.com];! Ex. 7 

T MelanTe'.Hbberis.hield 

(meianie.hobenshieid@afcc-auto.com)"[meianie.hobenshield@afcc-auto.com]; Nancy Ann Leffler 
(NAL@CHRYSLER.COM)[NAL@CHRY SLE R.COM1; Pat Krayserrpkravse r @aqmd.gov]; Am y Lilly 
(alilly@hatci.com)[alilly@hatci.com]; j Ex. 7 Andreas 

Truckenbro d t (an dreas. truck enbrodt(^t7ucRehbTo'dts.com)Ta'ridreasTtfucRehbfo'dt@truc'keribro'dfs'.com1; 


Ex. 7 


Bob Cassidy (robert.cassidy@nissan- 


_usa.com)frobert.cassidv@nissan-usa.com1: Brandi Gonzalesfbgonzales@CAFCP.o ral: j _ Ex. 7 


Ex. 7 


_j 


Grundler, 


CfinstopfielTpuindlercM^ Kato _ 

(dean@intereco.com)[dean@intereco.comj; I Ex. 7 

F r ank Sey f fi ed (frank . seyfrie d @v olkswagen.he)IffanR':s'eWied@vo(RsWagefi~ae'|;1 Ex. 7 T 

_ Ex. 7 _pared Farnsworth 

(jared.famsworth@tema.toyota.compared.farnsworth@tema.toyota.com]; Jason Marcinkoski 
(jason.marcinkoski@ee.doe.gov)[jason.marcinkoski@ee.doe.gov]; Jerome Gregeois 
(jgregeois@hatci.com)[jgregeois@hatci.com]; Juergen Friedrich 
(juergen.friedrich@daimler.com)[juergen.friedrich@daimler.com]; Kevin Lee 
(kslee@hatci.com)[kslee@hatci.com]; Kiho Yoo (k.u@hyundai-motor.com)[k.u@hyundai-motor.com]; 
Linda Carrizosa[lcarrizosa@cafcp.org]; Lisa Mirisola (lmirisola@aqmd.gov)[lmirisola@aqmd.gov]; Mark S. 
Torigian Esq (Mtorigian@hatci.com)[Mtorigian@hatci.com]; Matt McClory 
(matt.mcclory@tema.toyota.com)[matt.mcclory@tema.toyota.com]; Matthew Forrest 
(matthew.forrest@daimler.com)[matthew.forrest@daimler.com]; Nico 
Bouwkamp[nbouwkamp@cafcp.org]; Randy Roesser 

(Randy.Roesser@energy.ca.gov)[Randy.Roesser@energy.ca.gov]; Wysor, Tad[wysor.tad@epa.gov]; 
Takehito Yokoo (takehito.yokoo@tema.toyota.com)[takehito.yokoo@tema.toyota.com]; Tiger Jeong 
(tigerjeong@hyundai.com)[tigerjeong@hyundai.com]; Tim Olson 
(tolson@energy.state.ca.us)[tolson@energy.state.ca. us] 

From: Bill Elrick 

Sent: Wed 9/3/2014 11:28:23 PM 

Subject: RE: SOW material following Aug 13th ST meeting 

Members Auq13 ST Strateaizinq Meeting Outcomes.xlsx 

Members Aug 13 ST Strateaizinq Meeting Prioritization SOW.XLSX 


Dear Steering Team, 


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Please provide any comments or feedback regarding the documents from our August 13 th meeting 
by tomorrow September 4 th COB. We will have time on tomorrow’s ST call to briefly discuss. 


Thank you, 
Bill 


From: Bill Elrick 

Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2014 10:10 AM 
Subject: SOW material following Aug 13th ST meeting 


Dear Steering Team, 


Please find attached both the original “Outcomes” from our August 13 th realignment meeting 
(sent previously) and staffs initial “Scope of Work” outline using that ST input and 
prioritization. We encourage your feedback by Sept 4 th so that we may integrate it into an 
execution/logistics plan which will be the focus of our Sept 30 th meeting. 


Regards, 

Bill 


Bill Elrick | Acting Executive Director | CaFCP 
3300 Industrial Blvd, West Sacramento, CA 95691 

916-371-2396 (w) | 916-607-2263 (m) | belrick@cafcp.org 


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Cc: Drew Kodjak[drew@theicct.org] 

To: Alan C. Lloyd[alloyd@theicct.org]; Charles MeElwee[charles.mcelwee@climateworks.org]; 

Charlotte Pera[Charlotte.Pera@climateworks.org]; 
dareenbaum@healt heffects.orardareenbaum@healtheffects.org]: Leonora 

E x . 6 - Pe rsonal Privacy j; ??[dingyan@vecc-mep.org.cn]; Dagang 

fang[tang"dagang@sohu.com"]; Margo Oge[margo.oge@gmail.com]; Michael Wang[mqwang@anl.gov]; 
Andre Ferre irara ndr e@e neraiaeambiente.ora.br1: Anumita Roychowdhury[anumita@cseindia.org]; Axel 
_ Ex . 6 - Pers onal Privacy _'j; Catherine 

Witherspoon[catherine@witherspoonconsulting.com]; Hal Harvey[hal@energyinnovation.org]; Kebin 
He[hekb@tsinghua.edu.cn]; likunsheng[likunsheng@vip.163.comj; Margarita Parra[MParra@hewlett.org]; 


Ex. 7 


Philip 


Mario Molina[mmolina@centromariomolina.org]; 

Owen[Philip.Owen@ee.europa.eu]; Sanjivi Sund&r[S'S'ima'aT@reTi.Te'S.Tn];'bTe've 
McCauley[steve.mccauley@ec.gc.ca]; Patty Monahan[patty@ef.org]; Adrian 

Fernandez[Adrian.Fernandez@climateworks.org]; ???????? ????? ????????????[donchenko@niiat.ru]; 
Yasuhiro Daisho[daisho@waseda.jp]; jinyuefu JinOinyuefu@sina.com]; Ian 

Hodgson[lan.HODGSON@ec.europa.eu]; Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov]; Rodolfo 
Lacy Tamayo[rodolfo.lacy@semarnat.gob.mx]; Krishan Dhawan[krishan@shaktifoundation.in]; Youngil 
Jeong[yjeong@kimm.re.kr]; Simon, Karl[Simon.Karl@epa.gov] 

From: Cristiano Faganha 

Sent: Thur 9/4/2014 12:35:29 AM 

Subject: Re: For Review: ICCT Report - State of Clean Transportation Policy 


Dear ICCT Council Members; 

This is a friendly reminder that the deadline for comments on the final draft of our State of Clean 
Transport Policy report is on Friday September 5. We would like to thank those who have 
already provided comments. 


Sincerely. 


Cristiano Fa$anha, PhD 
International Council on Clean Transportation 
One Post Street Suite 2700 - San Francisco, CA 94104 USA 
+ 1.415.202.5744 | cristiano@theicct.org 


On Aug 21, 2014, at 7:45 PM, Drew Kodjak < drew@,theicctorg > wrote: 


Dear ICCT Council Members: 

The International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) invites you to provide 
comments on the final draft of our upcoming report on the State of Clean Transport 
Policy. This milestone document summarizes recent regulatory developments for 
clean vehicles and fuels in eleven major vehicle markets, quantifies the impacts of 
recently adopted policies on climate, energy, and health, and evaluates the benefits 
of strengthening and expanding international best practices worldwide. 

The ICCT is engaging our Council Members to provide comments on the accuracy 
of regulatory updates, whether results in charts and tables can be displayed in a 
better or more compelling way, and the relevance of conclusions and 
recommendations to your current in-country regulatory efforts. We are also 
interested in your feedback on how to conduct a successful outreach process, and 
to identify key venues where conclusions would be especially relevant. 


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We will acknowledge all reviewers who provide comments on the draft report as 
follows: "The authors would like to thank the ICCT Council Members who have 
generously contributed their time and insight in reviewing and commenting on the 
draft version of this report. We particularly thank We ask you to refrain from 
distributing or citing this draft, since we may refine the report in response to your 
comments. Our tentative official release is targeted for the month of October; we 
will share the final report one week ahead of the public release. 

The deadline to receive comments is Friday, September 5 which allows more 
than two weeks for review. In order to facilitate your review, we’ve created a 
summary table of key elements for each region. The quickest way to review the key 
elements of this report is to review the attached table, find your respective country 
or region, and check the underlying assumptions to ensure accuracy. If you are 
interested and able to comment, please respond to me and Cristiano Faganha 
( cristiano@theicct.org ) by email at your earliest convenience. 

With warm regards, 


Drew 

<State of Transport Policy - Final Draft.pdf> 
<Key points SCTP.docx> 


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To: Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

Cc: Allen, Gregory (EEO)[Gregory.Allen@vw.com]; Giles, Michael (EEO)[miehael.giles@vw.com] 


From: Rodgers, William (EEO) 

Sent: Thur 9/4/2014 11 :_17:20 AM 

Subject: FW: ["Ex. 4 - CBI I Date set - 1 Ex. 4 - CBi 

L -! L_ 


Hello Jim, 

We would like to request a rescheduling of the upcoming [ "Ex.'i'-CBi "below to Wednesday, 
October 29th, with vehicle delivery to EPA on October 27th" 

Please let us know if this is possible. 

Thanks, 

Bill Rodgers 
VWGoA EEO 
(248) 754-4219 


—Original Message— 

From: no-reply@epa.gov [mailto:no-reply@epa.gov] 

Sent: Wednesday, September 03, 2014 8:28 AM 

To: Thomas, Richard (EEO); Rodgers, William (EEO); Allen, Gregory (EEO); Giles, Michael (EEO) 


Subject: r'Ei'Tg'bn Date set 


The following is a courtesy copy of status message for a Verify submission. Any references made to links 
refer to links which will appear in the CDX Inbox message. 


Ex. 4 - CBI 

The test date is 10/16/2014. 


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To: Rodgers, William (EEO)[William.Rodgers@vw.com] 

Cc: Allen, Gregory (EEO)[Gregory.Allen@vw.com]; Giles, Michael (EEO)[miehael.giles@vw.com] 

From: Snyder, Jim 

Sent: Thur 9/4/2014 6:59:37 PM 

Subject: RE: Confirmatory Test Date set - Vehicle ID: GNU4-CAQ 
Ben has rescheduled it to 29 Oct, 14. 

—Original Message— 

From: Rodgers, William (EEO) [mailto:William.Rodgers@vw.com] 

Sent: Thursday, September 04, 2014 7:17 AM 
To: Snyder, Jim 

Cc: Allen, Gregory (EEO); Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Subject: FW: Confirmatory Test Date set - Vehicle ID: GNU4-CAQ 

Hello Jim, 

We would like to request a rescheduling of the upcoming confirmatory tests below to Wednesday, 
October 29th, with vehicle delivery to EPA on October 27th. 

Please let us know if this is possible. 

Thanks, 

Bill Rodgers 
VWGoA EEO 
(248) 754-4219 


—Original Message— 

From: no-reply@epa.gov [mailto:no-reply@epa.gov] 

Sent: Wednesday, September 03, 2014 8:28 AM 

To: Thomas, Richard (EEO); Rodgers, William (EEO); Allen, Gregory (EEO); Giles, Michael (EEO) 
Subject: Confirmatory Test Date set 

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From: Automotive News 

Sent: Thur 9/4/2014 8:43:20 PM 

Subject: DAILY: Cadillac mulls more features to hold luxury prices | Autonomous car era brings risk of 
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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Thur 9/4/2014 8:43:24 PM 

Subject: DAILY: Cadillac mulls more features to hold luxury prices | Autonomous car era brings risk of 
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Today's most read story 

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Ex. 7 


To: Bill Elrick[belrick@CAFCP.org]; Matthew Forrest 

( ma t th ew.forrest@daimler.co m)f matthew.forrest@daimler.com]; { Ex. 7 

-i K .7.-j jGregeois, Jerome[jgregeois@hatci.com];l 

Ex. 7 fTysorf Eckerle'[Tyson.Eckerle@GOV.CA.GOV]; 'Ma’rcinkoskC 

Jas"6h T fJa's6"n7Marcihkos"ki@ee7doe.gov]; Andreas 

Truckenbrodt'[andreas.truckenbrodt@truckenbrodts.com]; rknight@bki.com[rknight@bki.com]; 'Rich 

Myhre'[rmyhre@bki.com]; [ _ Ex. 7 _JAlex Keros 

(alexander.keros@gm.com jjaiexander.keros@grn.com"]; Fred Joseck 
(fred.joseck@ee.doe.gov)[fred.joseck@ee.doe.gov]; Joerg Launer 

(Jorg.Launer@vw.com)[Jorg.Launer@vw.com]; John Juriga (jjuriga@hatci.com)[jjuriga@hatci.com]; 
MIKULIN, JOHN[MIKULIN.JOHN@EPA.GOV]; Justin Ward 

(justin.ward@tema.toyota.com)[justin.ward@tema.toyota.com]; Lance Atkins (lance.atkins@nissan- 
usa.com)[lance.atkins@nissan-usa.com]; mmiyasato@aqmd.gov[mmiyasato@aqmd.gov]; McKinney, 
Jim@Energy[Jim.McKinney@energy.ca.gov]; r.modlin@chrysler.com[r.modlin@chrysler.com]; Robert 
Bienenfeld (Robert_Bienenfeld@ahm.honda.com)[Robert_Bienenfeld@ahm.honda.com]; Ronald 
Grasman (ronald.grasman@daimler.com)[ronald.grasman@daimler.com]; Thorsten Wesse 
(Thorsten.Wesse@afcc-auto.com)[Thorsten. Wesse@afcc-auto.com]; 

Catherine.kim@daimler.com[catherine.kim@daimler.com]; Kaori AJarid 
(kaori . a l ari d @tem a.toyota.co m)[k aori.alarid@tema.toyota.com]; | Ex. 7 

Ex. 7 | Melanie Hobens’h]eid'(melanie.hobenshield@afcc- 

"'au't6'."com][rheJahTe' ho&ehs'hTeJd'@’aTcc : aulacom]; Nancy Ann Leffler 
(NAL@CHRYSLER.COM)[NAL@CHRYSLER i .COM];.Pat.K.ray.se_rJ.Dkrav_ser(S)aamd.._q.oyJ; Amy Lilly 
(alilly@hatci.com)[alilly@hatci.com]; 


Ex. 7 


Andreas 


Triicke.n.brorttYa.orirej3S.JrLirJke.ohrrd.t@lrj"LcfefinSnb"drs\c"om)]ah"dreas7t7uckeh"Sf6dt@tfucRenbrodts.com]; 

Ex. 7 Bob Cassidy (robert.cassidy@nissan- 

usa'.com)fr6b"erT.'cassi"dy@hlssah-usa"'c6m]';"'BrahaT'G , onzales[bgonzales@CAFCP.org]; Grundler, 
Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov]; Chris White[cwhite@CAFCP.org]; Dean Kato 


(dean@intereco.com)[dean@intereco.com]; Ex. 7 
( frank.seyfr ied@vol kswagen .de)ffrank.seyfried@volkswagen.de]; f~ExT7 


Frank Seyfried 


Ex. 7 


Jared Farnsworth 

(|aYe'dTaYn"s'wbrth"@feiTia"foy6{a"comJOarecfTamsworth@tema.toyota.com]; Jason Marcinkoski 
(jason.marcinkoski@ee.doe.gov)[jason.marcinkoski@ee.doe.gov]; Jerome Gregeois 
(jgregeois@hatci.com)Ogregeois@hatci.com]; Juergen Friedrich 
(juergen.friedrich@daimler.com)[juergen.friedrich@daimler.com]; Kevin Lee 
(kslee@hatci.com)[kslee@hatci.com]; Kiho Yoo (k.u@hyundai-motor.com)[k.u@hyundai-motor.com]; 
Linda Carrizosa[lcarrizosa@cafcp.org]; Lisa Mirisola (lmirisola@aqmd.gov)[lmirisola@aqmd.gov]; Mark S. 
Torigian Esq (Mtorigian@hatci.com)[Mtorigian@hatci.com]; Matt McClory 
(matt.mcclory@tema.toyota.com)[matt.mcclory@tema.toyota.com]; Matthew Forrest 
(matthew.forrest@daimler.com)[matthew.forrest@daimler.com]; Nico 

Bouwkamp[nbouwkamp@cafcp.org]; Roesser, Randy@Energy[Randy.Roesser@energy.ca.gov]; Wysor, 
Tad[wysor.tad@epa.gov]; Takehito Yokoo 

(takehito.yokoo@tema.toyota.com)[takehito.yokoo@tema.toyota.com]; Tiger Jeong 
(tigerjeong.@hy_und_aj.cgm)[tigefiegn j q@hyundai.com]; Olson, Tim@Energy[Tim.Olson@energy.ca.gov] 
From: I Ex. 7 I 

Se nt: Fri'975/2014 12:48:3"i''"AM" 

Subject: RE: SOW material following Aug 13th ST meeting 


Bill and team, nice job compiling the outcomes of the August 13 meeting. We didn’t re-assess 
ARB’s specific priorities or views on individual items, figuring this came out in the group 
process. But here are some fine-tuning comments: 


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1. Organizing the actions into “Convene, Communicate and Collaborate” and further 
distinguishing “CaFCP lead” and “CaFCP support” is very useful. There is a fuzzy line for some 
items between “convene” and “collaborate”, for example with regard to addressing specific 
challenges, barriers, needs and opportunities. These may start by convening, but can quickly turn 
into a need for collaboration. 


2 . I suggest allocating some resources functionally within the three categories. We may start 
with specific high priority projects today but need to be flexible as these evolve or as new 
priorities to arise in 6 months. And as topics spill over from “convene” to “collaborate”. 

3 . Under “Communicate” and “Targeted community outreach” we see a strong need for 
CaFCP to support permitting workshops such as the San Jose event on July 30. You have 
“NREL/CaFCP permitting workshops” in the “CaFCP not involved column”. Can you clarify? 


4 . Overall, CaFCP’s common outreach platform is one of the most valuable aspects of the 
organization. It is immensely helpful to be able to send interested parties to CaFCP for basic 
information about H2 and FCEVs and what is happening in California, from media inquiries to 
international or other interested parties. Specifically we see a need for ongoing legislative and 
NGO outreach as the early market launches and evolves, although the nature of that outreach 
will change over time (e.g. more locally based than here in Sacramento, perhaps a lower level of 
effort, for example). 


5 . We highly value and support the work CaFCP does to advance fuel cells in new 
applications such as MD and HDVs. Will the MD/HD roadmap identify specific actions needed 
to further advance these markets and are any of these appropriate work products for CaFCP? 

6 . Retaining a codes and standards function under CaFCP is valuable for ARB, not only as a 
resource for information but because CaFCP can take the “big picture” view, notice what is 
missing or perhaps not appropriately linked, and help move the process forward more quickly. 

7 . Under the convening function we’d like to see a focus on the market and customer 
experience, similar to what takes place today with PEVC. 

8 . Let’s find a way to get infrastructure providers to the table within CaFCP. 

9 . Tyson is going to send you his version of the intersecting circles chart as some details got 
lost in translation. 


Thanks for your hard work on this, and I look forward to seeing the next iteration and BKi’s 
proposal (s). 


Best regards, 


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www.linkedin.com/in/carbfuelcellprogram 


From: Bill Elrick [mailto:beirick@CAFCP.org] 

Sent: Wednesday, September 03, 2014 4:28 PM 
r .T.o.:.Matlbaw.Earr.est.(jTiatthew.forrest@daimler.com); 


Ex. 7 


Ex. 7 


Gregeois, Jerome; 


JBill Elrick; 'Tyson Eckerle'; , MarcinRos"ki’"Jason'; T A"ndfeas Truckenbrodt'; 


Alex Keros (alexander.keros@gm.com); Fred 


rknight@bki.com; 'Rich Myhre'; j Ex. 7 

Joseck (fred.joseck@ee.doe.gov)TJoerg La'uher (Jorg.Launer@vw.com); John Juriga 
(jjuriga@hatci.com); John Mikulin (mikulin.john@epa.gov); Justin Ward (justin.ward@tema.toyota.com); 
Lance Atkins (lance.atkins@nissan-usa.com); Matt Miyasato (mmiyasato@aqmd.gov); McKinney, 
Jim@Energy; Reg Modlin (r.modlin@chrysler.com); Robert Bienenfeld 

(Robert_Bienenfeld@ahm.honda.com); Ronald Grasman (ronald.grasman@daimler.com); Thorsten 
Wesse (Thorsten.Wesse@afcc-autq.co_m);__cat_heri_ne._kim@_daimler.com; Kaori Alarid 


(kaori.alarid@tema.toyota.com); 


Ex. 7 


Melanie Hobenshield 


(meianie.hobenshield@afcc-auto.com); Nancy Ann Leffler (NAL@CHRYSLER.COM); Pat Krayser; Amy 


Lilly (alilly@hatci.com); 


Ex. 7 


Andreas Truckenbrodt 


Bob Cassidy 


(andreas.truckenbrodt@TrucTehb"rodfs7com)";T Ex." 7 

(robert.cassidy@nissan-usa.com); Brandi Gonzales";! Ex. 7 "I Chr i s Grundler 

(grundler.christopher@epa.gov); Chris White; De.an.KatoJdeaQ^ Ex. 7 

Frank Seyfried (frank.seyfried@volkswagen.de); I Ex. 7 jJared Farnsworth 

(jared.farnsworth@tema.toyota.com); Jason Marcinkoski Oason.marcinkoski@ee.doe.gov); Jerome 
Gregeois (jgregeois@hatci.com); Juergen Friedrich (juergen.friedrich@daimler.com); Kevin Lee 
(kslee@hatci.com); Kiho Yoo (k.u@hyundai-motor.com); Linda Carrizosa; Lisa Mirisola 
(lmirisola@aqmd.gov); Mark S. Torigian Esq (Mtorigian@hatci.com); Matt McClory 
(matt.mcclory@tema.toyota.com); Matthew Forrest (matthew.forrest@daimler.com); Nico Bouwkamp; 
Roesser, Randy@Energy; Tad Wysor (wysor.tad@epa.gov); Takehito Yokoo 
(takehito.yokoo@tema.toyota.com); Tiger Jeong (tigerjeong@hyundai.com); Olson, Tim@Energy 
Subject: RE: SOW material following Aug 13th ST meeting 


Dear Steering Team, 


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Please provide any comments or feedback regarding the documents from our August 13 th meeting 
by tomorrow September 4 th COB. We will have time on tomorrow’s ST call to briefly discuss. 


Thank you, 
Bill 


From: Bill Elrick 

Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2014 10:10 AM 
Subject: SOW material following Aug 13th ST meeting 


Dear Steering Team, 


Please find attached both the original “Outcomes” from our August 13 th realignment meeting 
(sent previously) and staffs initial “Scope of Work” outline using that ST input and 
prioritization. We encourage your feedback by Sept 4 th so that we may integrate it into an 
execution/logistics plan which will be the focus of our Sept 30 th meeting. 


Regards, 

Bill 


Bill Elrick | Acting Executive Director | CaFCP 
3300 Industrial Blvd, West Sacramento, CA 95691 

916-371-2396 (w) | 916-607-2263 (m) | belrick@cafcp.org 


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To: Sohacki, Lynn[sohacki.Iynn@epa.gov] 

Cc: Glas, Tobias[Tobias.Glas@vw.com] 

From: Foss, Kyle 

Sent: Fri 9/5/2014 2:11:42 PM 

Subject: RE: Parameters needed for T132RXX-0062 (2012 Audi/A5) - VIN# WAULFAFR9CA036689 

A5 CA036689 parameters form cold CO and US06 CO (2).xlsx 


Hi Lynn, 


I made I mistake on the coefficients on the first table I sent you. I apologize, I think I must have 
made an error converting to U.S. units. 


Attached is a corrected sheet. I hope this does not disrupt testing. 


Thank you, 

Kyle Foss 

Engineering Analyst 


Test Center California (ICC) 


Volkswagen Group of America, Inc, 
201 Del Norte Blvd. 


Oxnard, CA 93030 


Phone: (805)436-8617 
Mobile: (805) 205-0560 
Fax: (805)485-3602 

kvle.foss@vw.com 
http: // www. v w.c om 


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From: Sohacki, Lynn [mailto:sohacki.lynn@epa.gov] 

Sent: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 12:58 PM 
To: Foss, Kyle 
Cc: Glas, Tobias 

Subject: RE: Parameters needed for T132RXX-0062 (2012 Audi/A5) - VIN# WAULFAFR9CA036689 


Thank you, Kyle. 


Regards, 


Lynn Sohacki 


From: Foss, Kyle f mailto:Kvle.Foss@vw.com1 

Sent: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 3:49 PM 
To: Sohacki, Lynn 
Cc: Glas, Tobias 

Subject: RE: Parameters needed for T132RXX-0062 (2012 Audi/A5) - VIN# WAULFAFR9CA036689 


Hi Lynn, 


Tobias is on vacation until September 3 rd . Attached is the completed parameter sheet, as well as 
photos of the under hood connections and traction control button. 


Please let me know if anything needs to be clarified or if you need any more information. 


Thank you, 




Engineering Analyst 


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Test Center California (TCC) 


Volkswagen Group of America, inc, 
201 Del Norte Blvd. 


Oxnard, CA 93030 


Phone: (805)436-8617 
Mobile: (805) 205-0560 
Fax: (805) 485-3602 

kvle.foss@vw.com 
http://www.vw.com 


From: Glas, Tobias 

Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2014 12:30 PM 
To: Foss, Kyle 

Subject: Fw: Parameters needed for T132RXX-0062 (2012 Audi/A5) - VIN# WAULFAFR9CA036689 


Please send the data to Lynn. 


From: Sohacki, Lynn f mailto:sohacki.lvnn@epa.gov 

Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2014 11:10 AM 
To: Glas, Tobias 

Subject: Parameters needed for T132RXX-0062 (2012 Audi/A5) - VIN# WAULFAFR9CA036689 


Hi, Tobias. 


The following vehicle will be brought in next week: 


T132RXX-0062 (2012 Audi/A5) - VIN# WAULFAFR9CA036689, 0800 Vehicle Pick up on 9/2/14 
(Tuesday) 


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Please fill the attached parameter sheet (including the new second tab) and return it to me. When 
including instructions for disabling traction control, please include a description and location of 
the icon. 

Thanks, 

Lynn Sohacki 

EPA, Compliance Division 

734-214-4851 


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To: 

From: 

Sent: 

Subject: 


Foss, Kyle[Kyle.Foss@vw.com] 
Sohacki, Lynn 


Fri 9/5/2014 2:36:05 PM 

RE: Parameters needed for T132RXX-0062 (2012 Audi/A5) - 


Ex. 7 

i_ j 


Thank you, Kyle. 


I’ll pass this information along. 


Lynn 


From: Foss, Kyle [mailto:Kyle.Foss@vw.com] 

Sent: Friday, September 05, 2014 10:12 AM 
To: Sohacki, Lynn 
Cc: Glas, Tobias 

Subject: RE: Parameters needed for T132RXX-0062 (2012 Audi/A5) - 


Ex. 7 

_ f 


Hi Lynn, 


I made I mistake on the coefficients on the first table I sent you. I apologize, I think I must have 
made an error converting to U.S. units. 


Attached is a corrected sheet. I hope this does not disrupt testing. 


Thank you, 

Kyle Foss 

Engineering Analyst 
Test Center California (TCC) 


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Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 


201 Del Norte Blvd. 


Oxnard, CA 93030 


Phone: (805)436-8617 
Mobile: (805) 205-0560 
Fax: (805) 485-3602 

kvle.foss@vw.com 
http://www.vw.com 


From: Sohacki, Lynn f mailto:sohacki.lvnn@epa.gov' 

Sent: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 12:58 PM 
To: Foss, Kyle 
Cc: Glas, Tobias 

Subject: RE: Parameters needed for! 


Thank you, Kyle. 


Regards, 


Lynn Sohacki 


From: Foss, Kyle fmailto:Kvle.Foss@' 

Sent: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 3:49 PM 
To: Sohacki, Lynn 
Cc: Glas, Tobias 

Subject: RE: Parameters needed for 1 


Hi Lynn, 


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Tobias is on vacation until September 3 rd . Attached is the completed parameter sheet, as well as 
photos of the under hood connections and traction control button. 


Please let me know if anything needs to be clarified or if you need any more information. 


Thank you, 

Kyle Foss 

Engineering Analyst 


Test Center California (TCC) 


Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
201 Del Norte BlvcL 
Oxnard, CA 93030 


Phone: (805)436-8617 
Mobile: (805) 205-0560 
Fax: (805) 485-3602 

kvle.foss@vw.com 
http: // www.vw.com 


From: Glas, Tobias 

Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2014 12:30 PM 
To: Foss, Kyle 

Subject: Fw: Parameters needed for 


Please send the data to Lynn. 


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From: Sohacki, Lynn f mailto:sohacki.lvnn@epa.qov' 

Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2014 11:10AM 
To: Glas, Tobias 

Subject: Parameters needed for ] 


Hi, Tobias. 


The following vehicle will be brought in next week: 


! Ex. 7 i/ehicle Pick up on 9/2/14 

'(Tuesday)-'' 


Please fill the attached parameter sheet (including the new second tab) and return it to me. When 
including instmctions for disabling traction control, please include a description and location of 
the icon. 


Thanks, 


Lynn Sohacki 

EPA, Compliance Division 

734-214-4851 


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To: 'Ben Haynes'[Haynes.Ben@epa.gov] 

From: Sohacki, Lynn 

Sent: Fri 9/5/2014 2:39:28 PM 

Subject:. . . REPLAC.EMENT Parameters needed for 



Ex. 7 


■form cold CO and US06 CO (2).xlsx 


Hi, Ben. 


I just got these new parameters that replace the ones that VW previously sent. Since I already 
submitted the ones that were previously sent into the system I don’t think I can replace them so I 
think you’ll have to manually replace the values. From the email below it looks like only the 
coefficients have been changed. 


nni 1 

1 hanks, 


Lynn 


From: Foss, Kyle [mailto:Kyle.Foss@vw.com] 
Sent: Friday, September 05, 2014 10:12 AM 
To: Sohacki, Lynn 

Cc: Glas, Tobias r - 

Subject: RE: Parameters needed for 1 


Ex. 7 


Hi Lynn, 


I made I mistake on the coefficients on the first table I sent you. I apologize, I think I must have 
made an error converting to U.S. units. 


Attached is a corrected sheet. I hope this does not disrupt testing. 


VW FOIA, EPA 


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Thank you, 

Kyle Foss 

Engineering Analyst 
Test Center California (TCC) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc, 
201 Del Norte Blvd. 

Oxnard, CA 93030 


Phone: (805)436-8617 
Mobile: (805) 205-0560 
Fax: (805) 485-3602 

kvle.foss@vw.com 
http://www.vw.com 


From: Sohacki, Lynn f mailto:sohacki.lynn@epa.gov' 

Sent: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 12:58 PM 
To: Foss, Kyle 
Cc: Glas, Tobias 

Subject: RE: Parameters needed for 


Thank you, Kyle. 


Regards, 


Lynn Sohacki 


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From: Foss, Kyle f mailto:Kvle.Foss@vw.com1 

Sent: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 3:49 PM 
To: Sohacki, Lynn 
Cc: Glas, Tobias 

Subject: RE: Parameters needed fori 


Hi Lynn, 


Tobias is on vacation until September 3 rd . Attached is the completed parameter sheet, as well as 
photos of the under hood connections and traction control button. 


Please let me know if anything needs to be clarified or if you need any more information. 


Thank you, 

Kyle Foss 

Engineering Analyst 
Test Center California (TCC) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
201 Del Norte Rlvd. 

Oxnard, CA 93030 


Phone: (805)436-8617 
Mobile: (805) 205-0560 
Fax: (805) 485-3602 

ky le.foss@vwx om 
http: //www. v w.c om 


VW FOIA, EPA 


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From: Glas, Tobias 

Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2014 12:30 PM 
To: Foss, Kyle 

Subject: Fw: Parameters needed for 1 


Ex. 7 


Please send the data to Lynn. 


From: Sohacki, Lynn f mailto:sohacki.lvnn@epa.qov 

Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2014 11:10AM 
To: Glas, Tobias j 

Subject: Parameters needed for j 


Ex. 7 


Hi, Tobias. 


The following vehicle will be brought in next week: 


Ex. 7 

(Tuesday)’ 


hide Pick up on 9/2/14 


Please fill the attached parameter sheet (including the new second tab) and return it to me. When 
including instmctions for disabling traction control, please include a description and location of 
the icon. 


Thanks, 


Lynn Sohacki 

EPA, Compliance Division 

734-214-4851 


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National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratoiy 

2565 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105 


EPA Parameters Form 1000-01 for In-Use Testing 


EPA Vehicle Control Number: 
Equivalent Test Weight: 
Nominal Fuel Tank Capacity: 
Drive Axle: 



1 Rear Drive Str Left 

2 Rear Drive Str Right 

3 Front Drive Str Left 

4 Front Drive Str Right 

5 Four Wheel Drive Str Left 

6 Four Wheel Drive Str Right 

7 Rear Drive Off Road 

9 Other 

10 4-Wheel Drive 

11 2-Wheei Drive, Front 

12 2-Wheel Drive, Rear 

13 Part-time 4-Wheel Drive 
15 All Wheel Drive 


Mfr. Shift Schedule (if required) 



FTP 


HWY 



US06 


Vehicle Target Road-Load Coefficients 

t Lb-force 


A 

B 

C 


37.09 


0.4883 


0.01752 


Lb-force/mph 

Lb-force/mph 2 


Canister Working Capacity: 

140 Grams 


(Integer Only: Canister Working Capacity) 


1 [ Number of Canisters (Integer Only: Number of Canisters) 
Total Canister Volume (cm3) 


2800 


PLEASE ADD COLD CO PARAMETERS ON THE SECOND TAB OF THIS WORKSHEET 

Vehicle Starting Instructions, including Traction Control disabling (with location and description of traction control icon): 

With ignition on, press the "traction control off" button. Then start engine and verify traction control light is on in the instrument cluster. Button is located in center console, picture attached in separate document. 


To avoid unnecessary delays, please pr ovide specific instructions and pictures (if necessary) for the following items: 

Canister Loading Process: 


Load through the purge valve line under the hood. Remove hose on canister side of purge valve. 

Vent through the connector on the leak detection pump attached to the canister. Canister is located directly under the trunk floor, accessible from under 
the car. 


Fuel Draining Process: 
ABS Disabling Process: 


Insert a T-connector into the fuel line under the hood. The line is on the left hand side of the engine compartment, and goes straight into the high pressure 
[fuel pump. _ 


Fuel Switch Process (Flex Fuel only): 


Comments: 


_ For internal EPA Use Only: 

This information was obtained from: 

* Letter, e-mail, fax or other document delivered from the ma nufacturer Config. No 

(attach any additional information from the manufacturer to this form) 

* Verbal instruction from the manufacturer's representative 

* Other (specify) 



Manufacturer Representative: 


Date: 


Jacobs Representative: 

Date: 

EPA Representative: 

Date: 


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06/20/2017 


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National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory 

2565 Plymouth Road, Ami Arbor, Michigan 48105 


EPA Parameters Form 1000-01 for In-Use Testing 

Page 2 


EPA Vehicle Control Number: 


Cold CO Target Road-Load Coefficients 


37.09 Lb-force 


B 


0.4883 Lb-force/mph 



Cold CO Test 

Special Instructions for Heater and Defroster Control: 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015116 







To: rseal3@jaguar.com[rseal3@jaguar.com] 

Cc: vvarjabe@jaguar.com[vvarjabe@jaguar.eom]; 

vvarjabe@jaguarlandrover.com[vvarjabe@jaguarlandrover.com]; French, 
Roberts[french.roberts@epa.gov] 

From: Good, David 

Sent: Fri 9/5/2014 3:39:29 PM 

Subject: PHEV test procedures; Rob's PHEV calculator attached 

PHEV Calculator vlT with sample data-from Rob-8-13-2014.xlsm 
PHEV -Verify Rel9-Charqe Depleting example data-2-10-2011.pdf 


Ron, 


Attached is the latest version of Rob French’s PHEV spreadsheet, which we use to determine FE 
Label, CAFE & GHG values for PHEVs. Rob sent a previous version of his spreadsheet to the 
Alliance & Global Automakers a few months ago for distribution to their members. Several 
PHEV mfrs have used this spreadsheet, including Porsche, McLaren, BMW, etc. 


Also attached is a template for entering PHEV test data into EPA’s Verify database. 


We pretty much use SAE J1711 for PHEV testing with a few exceptions. See the Tier 3 
regulations at 86.181 l-04(n), and 1066.501. Also see 600.116-12 (as modified in the Tier 3 final 
rule). 


ITl check on your question about 86.181 l-04(n). It’s my understanding that we use J1711 for 
PHEV charge depleting (CD) tests, except that we don’t use the criteria pollutant calculation 
procedure outlined in section 6 of J1711. For example, we don’t use equation 32 in section 
6.2.1.3 to weight the criteria pollutant emissions during PHEV CD & CS tests. 


We are still working with CARB on this, but we hope to issue a future EPA guidance letter 
which will outline how to measure & calculate CD criteria pollutants for PHEVs. We currently 
rely on the EPA defeat device regulations for PHEV CD criteria pollutants—but we haven’t 
defined how to weight the emissions from the various UDDS cycles. The Alliance has proposed 
averaging all the UDDS Cycle emission or a using a utility factor to weight CD and CS 
emissions. So far, we don’t like either of these approaches. 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015117 



Hope this helps. 


Dave 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015118 



The calculated values for these methods are shown in the calculation worksheets 
in rows 25-30. 



For model years up to and including 2019 

Is it a dual fuel vehicle under 49 U.S.C. 32905/32906 
and 49 CFR 538,5, i.e., does it meet minimum driving 
range requirements specified by DOT? 

YES 

NO 

Does it exhibit 
blended operation 
during charge- 
depleting UDDS or 
HFET test 
procedures ? 

YES 

A 

c 

NO 

B 


Description of CAFE methodologies. The methodology for 

GHG calculations is always Method C. 

A 

CAFE = 50/50 weighting of electricity and gasoline efficiencies. 
Electricity efficiency is calculated using equivalent all-electric 
range and recharge event electricity, using DOE Petroleum 
Equivalence Factor (includes 0.15 adjustment) 

B 

CAFE = 50/50 weighting of electricity and gasoline = 50/50 
weighting of charge-depleting and charge-sustaining modes, 
using DOE Petroleum Equivalence Factor (includes 0.15 
adjustment) 

C 

Utility Factor weighting of charge-depleting and charge- 
sustaining modes. Electricity is counted only on an energy 
equivalent basis (no use of DOE Petroleum Equivalence Factor 
or 0.15 adjustment) 

D 

Utility Factor weighting of charge-depleting and charge- 
sustaining modes. Electricity is counted only on an energy 
equivalent basis (with DOE Petroleum Equivalence Factor 
including 0.15 adjustment) 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015119 




j use. The calculated values 


For 2020 and later 
model years 


D 


^ for GHG calculations is 

Examples 

ciencies. Electricity efficiency is 
arge event electricity, using DOE 
;nt) 

None 

0/50 weighting of charge-depleting 
quivalence Factor (includes 0.15 

Chevrolet Volt 
Ford Fusion/C-Max 
Honda Accord 
Porsche Spyder 

e-sustaining modes. Electricity is 
: DOE Petroleum Equivalence Factor 

Toyota Prius 
Porsche Panamera 

e-sustaining modes. Electricity is 
; Petroleum Equivalence Factor 

None 

(applies only after 
2019 model year) 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015120 





Enter data ONLY in GREEN cells 


Enter Vehicle Information Here: 

Model Year: 

2014 

Vehicle Category: 

Passenger Vehicle (PV) 

Manufacturer Name: 

Zoom Motor Co. 

Model Name: 

Zoom One 

Additional Descriptors (e.g., Eco Mode, Config No.): 

1 


■AFE, GHG, ANHLABEL CALCULATIONS 


CAFE & GHG CALCULATIONS 

Units 

City 

Fraction of Transition Cycle Allocated to Charge-Depleting (Zn) 


0.0040 

Charge-Depleting Range (Rcda) 

miles 

29.68 

Equivalent All Electric Range, Unadjusted (calculated per 86.1866-12(1: 

miles 

-0.22 

Charge-Depleting DC Energy Consumed 

W-hours 

6357 

Charge-Depleting AC Electricty Consumption Rate 

AC W-hrs/mi 

167.33 

Charge-Depleting Incentivized Fuel Economy (uses DOE Petroleum Equiv Facte 

MPGe 

490.4 

Charge-Depleting gasoline CREE, utilitized 

g/mi 

316.0 

Fleet Utility Factor 

UF 

0.7423 

Charge-Depleting Fuel Consumption Rate, utilitized 

gal-e/mi 

0.0392 

Charge-Depleting C02 Emissions 

g/mi 

419.1 


CAFE & GHG VALUES 


City 

A. Composite CD/CS Incentivized Fuel Economy (for dual fuel "blendec 

MPGe 

-8.6799 

B. Composite CD/CS Incentivized Fuel Economy (for dual fuel "non-bie 

MPGe 

40.8266 

C. Composite CD/CS Fuel Economy (if NOT a CAFE dual fuel vehi 

MPGe 

19.5051 

D. Composite CD/CS Fuel Economy (for after model year 2019) 

(BAiEGULATI 


E. Composite CD/CS CREE (does not include upstream emissions 

g/mi 

423 

F. Composite CD/CS CREE (includes net upstream emissions per 

C$1r6ULATI 



LABEL CALCULATIONS 


City 




Charge-Depleting Cost per Mile - Electricity 

$/mi 

$0,025 

Charge-Depleting Cost per Mile - Gasoline 

$/mi 

$0,220 

Charge-Depleting Cost per Mile - Total Electricity + Gasoline 

$/mi 

$ 0.245 

Charge-Sustaining Cost per Mile 

$/mi 

$0.23 

MDIUF based on Rcda 

mdiuf 

0.512 

MDIUF (for composite fractional UF calculations) 

mdiuf 

0.5857 

Composite CD/CS Cost per Mile 

$/mi 

$0.24 


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Charge-Depleting Gasoline Consumption 

gals 

1.40048 

Charge-sustaining Driving Range 

miles 

226.56 

Charge-Depleting C02 

g/mi 

520.966 


LABEL VALUES 


City 

Charge-Depleting Range (Rcda) 

miles 

23.87 

All-Electric Range (AER) 


miles 

0.00 

Total Driving Range 

miles 


Charge-Depleting Fuel Economy (MPGe) 

mpge 

15.424 

Charge-Depleting Electricity Consumption Rate 

kWh/lOOmi 

20.9 

Charge-Depleting Gasoline Consumption Rate 

gal/lOOmi 

5.8664 

Charge-Sustaining Fuel Economy 

mpg 

16.3 

Charge-Sustaining Fuel Consumption Rate 

gal/lOOmi 

6.1 

Annual Fuel Cost 

$/year 


5-Year Save/Spend Value (negative value = SPEND) 

$/5-years 


Composite CD/CS C02 (fractior 

\a\ UF calculation) 

g/mi 

536.136 

Composite CD/CS Fuel Economy (fractional UF calculation) 

mpge 

14.37 


HOV VALUES (used for specific state requirements) 


City 

MDIUF based on unadjusted Rcda 

mdiuf 

0.5824 

Charge-Depleting Fuel Economy 

mpge 

19.17 

Composite CD/CS Fuel Economy (lumped UF method) 

mpge 

20.0081 

MDIUF (for composite fractional UF calculation) 

mdiuf 

0.65524 

Composite CD/CS Fuel Economy (fractional UF method) 

mpge 

19.69372 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015122 




























VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015123 



Enter data ONLY in GREEN cells 



Highway 


0.3776 


24.33 


6.33 


6310 


205.32 


399.6 


85.9 


0.3453 


0.0113 


237.5 


Combined 



27.27 



184.425 



Highway 

Combined 

1111143.6205 

-18.8507 

51.6338 

45.0717 

28.5229 

22.7 


CALCULATION UNDER DEVELOPMENT 


297 366 


CALCULATION UNDER DEVELOPMENT 


Highway 



Combined 


21.02 


$0,034 


$0,139 


$0,173 


$0.17 


0.417 


0.4900 


$0.17 



0.472 



liter Test Information Here: Test Date 


Charge-Depleting City: 2/19/2014 
Charge-Depleting Highway: 2/21/2014 



" M 


niff 




CHARGE-S 

SUSTAINING INPUTS: MPG, CREE, C02 

Fuel Econo 

my, Unadjusted 

Fuel Econo 

my, Adjusted 5-Cycle or Derived 5-Cycle 

CREE, Unac 

jjusted 

C02, Unad. 

justed 

C02, Adjus 

ted 5-Cycle or Derived 5-Cycle 


DDITIONAL INPUTS FOR LABEL AND CREE CALCULATIONS 



a 

I 


asoline cost 


ectricity cost 


verage vehicle MPG 


verage vehicle 5-year cost 


$/gallon 


$/kW-hour 


MPG 


$ 


Im^^Fuel tank size (U.S. g 


ill 0.12Mehicle footprint (s 


23 


$ 11,500 


ITY (UDDS) CHARGE-DEPLETING INPUTS 


Which cycle/phase number is the transition cycle? 


Enter the Total Recharge Energy (AC Watt-Hours): 


Enter the unadjusted all-electric range, if any (miles): 



No. 


$ 0.21 



Cycle/Phase 

Target 

Distance 

Cycle/Phase 

Measured 

Distance 

Integrated 

Amp-Hours 

Electricity 

Used 

miles 

miles 

Amp-hours 

7.45 

7.424 

3.858 

7.45 

7.399 

S181111: 7.546 

7.45 

7.419 

11.296 

7.45 

7.407 

11.794 

7.45 

7.413 

11.796 

7.45 

7.429 

11.880 



Voltage 


Volts 


7.45 



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Highway _ Combined 

17.52 _ 2 

0.00 I 


21.948 

28.5 

3.7104 

21.8 


if any (miles) 


Distance 


miles Amp-hours 


0.65020 


1.06285 


319.37 


268.32376 


329.739 


434.914 


ET) CHARGE 


IGHWAY (H 


DEPLETING I 


PUTS 


nsition cycle? 


Watt-Hours): 


ter the unadjusted all-electric ra 


Highway 


Combined 


0.5184 


30.47 


29.0190 


23.3 


0.59549 


29.04297 


23.0 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015125 























































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015126 




Test Number/Identifier 

ABC123456 

DEF789456 


Highway 


DDS CALCULATIO 


Net Amp- 
Hours Used 
Per Cycle 

Amp-hours 


Fuel 

Economy 

MPG 


grams 


Values for fueleconomy.gov spreadsh 


harge Sustaining Operation 


Hwy FE 

ity FE (Guide) (Guide) - 
Conventional Conventional 
Fuel Fuel 

16 22 


Test Date 


g/mi 


allons) 


quare feet) 


phase number is the transition cycle? 


tal Recharge Energy (AC Watt-Hours): 


usted all-electric range, if any (miles): 


ONS 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015127 

























































































































































































VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015128 


































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015129 



Comb FE 
(Guide) - 

City Unadj FE - 

Hwy Unadj FE - 

Comb Unadj 
FE- 

City Unrd Adj 
FE- 

Hwy Unrd Adj 
FE- 

Comb Unrd Adj 

FE- 

Conventional 

Conventional 

Conventional 

Conventional 

Conventional 

Conventional 

Conventional 

Fuel 

Fuel 

Fuel 

Fuel 

Fuel 

Fuel 

Fuel 

18 

21.30000 

27.60000 

23.7383 

16.3 

21.8 

18.3876 



DC Energy 
Consumed 


W-hours 


2091,036 


1973.080 


1987.500 


261.450 


1.040 


43.260 


Total Fuel 

ectric Only Consumption 
Fuel Rate(gas + 


W-hours 


1644.577 


1551.806 


1563.147 


205.628 


0.818 


34.024 


7.45 


14.90 


22.35 


29.80 


37.25 


44.70 


UF 


0.2427 


0.1832 


0.1373 


0.1026 


0.0765 


0.0572 


UF 


107.0208 


70.3626 


52.4635 


48.5075 


37.6482 


29.1703 


Fuel 

Consumption 


gal/mi equiv 


0.00657 


0.00622 


0.00625 


0.00082 


0.000003 


0.00014 


electric) 


gal/mi equiv 


0.0561 


0.0494 


0.0492 


0.0540 


0.0552 


0.0574 



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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015130 































































Consumed Cycle Distance Utility Factor 


Consumption 


gal/mi equiv 


gal/mi equiv 


W-hours 


W-hours 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015131 



































































VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015132 




harge-Depleting Operation 


Charge- 
Sustaining 
Driving Range 


Units 


City2 FE Hwy2 Fuel FE Comb2 Fuel 

(Guide)- (Guide)- FE (Guide) - 3ity2 Unadj FE -Hwy2 Unadj FE 
Alternative Fuel Alternative Fuel Alternative Fuel Alternative Fuel Alternative Fuel 


268.32376| kW-hr/100 mi 


16.8 


20.5 



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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015133 





















































Distance 


Distance 


gal/mi equiv 


gal-equiv 


gal-equiv 


0.2114744 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015134 



















































VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015135 



Charge- 

Comb2 Unadj City2 Unrd Adj Hwy2 Unrd Adj Cmb2 Unrd Adj Depleting 
FE - Alternative FE - Alternative FE - Alternative FE - Alternative Driving 
Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Range 

18.3 20.9 28.5 24.0 21.0 

23.01 15.4 21.9 18.0 


City C02 Hwy C02 
Rounded Rounded 
Adjusted Adjusted 

521 330 


§§ ■. f: . . ||:§;:||;i . 

Cycle 

Theoretical 

Cumulative 

Distance 

MDIUF 

for 

HOV 

Calculation 

MDIUF 

X 

Fuel 

Consumption 

miles 

UF 

gal/mi equiv 

7.45 

0.2118876 

0.01189 

14.9 

0.1589767 

0.00785 

fiil 22.35 

0.1205502 

0.00593 

ft© : Iff 29.8 

0.0923573 

0.00499 

^ 37.25 

0.0714659 

0.00394 

: ! ' : i 1| 44.7 

0.0558341 

0.00321 

52.15 

0.0440269 

/-/ V- ■ 

■ \ : ■, • 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015136 


_59 A 


0.0350266 


0.0281049 


0.0227364 


0.0185387 


0.0126063 


0.0105096 


0.0088250 




0.0074648 


0.0063621 


0.0054658 


0.0047364 


0.0041429 





Distance 

Calculation 

Consumption 




.' 




' ■. ■ ' • • ' ■•' ■. 





miles 

UF 

gal/mi equiv 

10.3 

0.2780522 

0.00979 

20.6 

0.1879014 

j 

0.00584 

30.9 

0.1295390 

0.00415 

41.2 

0.0910246 

0.00298 

51.5 

0.0651335 


61.8 

0.0474159 


72.1 

0.0350838 


82.4 

0.0263611 


§sS 92.7 

0.0200985 


103 

0.0155403 


113.3 

0.0121829 


123.6 

0.0096856 


133.9 

0.0078149 


144.2 

0.0064083 


154.5 

0.0053514 


164.8 

0.0045619 


175.1 

0.0039791 


185.4 

0.0035569 


195.7 

0.0032591 


llilli 206 

0.0030555 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015137 









VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015138 



_ Gasoline Adjusted C02 Range PHEV Composite MPG 

Driving 

Comb C02 Range 

Rounded (rounded to 

Comb C02 City C02 HwyC02 Adjusted (as nearest 10 City PHEV Hwy PHEV Comb PHEV 

Rounded Rounded Rounded shown on FE miies)DISTA Composite Composite Composite 

Adjusted Adjusted Adjusted Label) NCE MPGe MPGe MPGe 

435 545 408 483 290 14 21 17 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015139 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015140 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015141 



PHEV Composite C02 

Charge Depleting Driving Range Indi 

/idual Utility Factors (MDI JFs) 

PHEV 

PHEV 

C02-PHEV 






Composite 

Composite 

Composite 






Rounded 

Rounded 

Rounded 



Comb Range on 



Adjusted 

Adjusted 

Adjusted 

City Range 

Hwy Range 

Electricity as 

City Utility 

Hwy Utility 

Combined 

Combined 

Combined 

on Electricity on Electricity 

shown on FE 

Factor 

Factor 

C02 

CO 2 

CO 2 

(miles) 

(miles) 

Label (miles) 

(MDIUF) 

(MDIUF) 

536 

377 

464 

23.87 

17.52 

21.0 

0.512 

0.417 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015142 





VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015143 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015144 



ility Factors (MDlUFs) 

PHEV Charge Depleting Fuel Consumption 


Combined 


(gal/100 mi) as 

Comb Utility 

listed on 

Factor 

City (gal/100 Flwy (gal/100 blended PHEV 

(MDIUF) 

mi) mi) labels 

0.472 

5.87 3.71 4.9 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015145 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015146 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015147 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015148 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015149 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015150 



Version 15. 

May 29, 2014. 

Corrected table in READ ME! Worksheet for 2020 and later CAFE calculations. It indicated no use of 0.15 or DO 
Columns Al and AJ, which use an adjustment factor based on the 5-cycle derived equation or 0.7 (whichever is 
Cell D19 units changed to gal-e/mile (was gal/e). 

Added capability to calculate the HOV lane values (used for specific state purposes). 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015151 



E PEF, which was incorrect. 

higher) are now used to calculate label values for Rcdc, Rcda, and AER. These values previously used 0.7 only. 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015152 



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Test Start Odometer Reading 

5038 

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To: Pidgeon, Billfpidgeon.bill@epa.gov] 

From: Motor Magazine 

Sent: Mon 9/8/2014 1:50:42 PM 

Subject: MOTOR Vehicle Data Newsletter 

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A MOTOR Magazine Newsletter • SUBSCRIBBOTOR ENEWS TOP 20 FEEDB 

September 8, 2014 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE TOOLS 


IN-DEPTH: VEHICLE DATA 



Ford and GM Sued Over CD-Ripping Technology; Is This Just the Beginning? 


Editorial By Charlie Gorman, Executive Manager, Equipment and Tool Institute 


I have been saying for quite some time now that the different kinds of data found in today’s 
automobiles need to be defined, placed into categories and then applied or mapped to various 
applications or use cases. I say this because it is the only way we will be able to properly define 
data ownership — a key component in the current telematics debate. The car companies say that 
the data is theirs, while others say it belongs to the motorist. But it isn’t that simple because 
when one side hears the word “data” they think of something different than when the other side 
hears it. If different sides hear something different when a word is used in an argument or debate, 
the chances of securing a common understanding or compromise becomes veiy difficult to 
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key technologies enable automated driving? Watch Bos( 
expert Shilpa Gulati explain what the Bosch Research ai 
Technology Center in Palo Alto, California does, and 
what connected transportation of tomorrow will look lik 
(Video — Robert Bosch LLC) 


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Some 2009 Kia 
Borrego SUVs may 
turn on the MIL and 
log DTC P2135 in 
computer memory ... 
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Some Nissan 2003-08 
cars and light trucks 
“Auto Up”power 
window function may 
not work properly ... 
More »> 


Climate control systems Some 2004-08 Mercedes- 
on some 2001 Volvo Benz cars and light 
S40 and V40 models trucks with may leak oil 
may operate from the rear of the 

sporadically, if at all... engine ... ,More »> 
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Some owners of 2010 Nissan reports some of Some 2010-12 Some owners of 2006 

Ford Expeditions, its 2004-11 minivans MAZDA3 models may Ford Escape or Mercury 
Ford F-150s and and light trucks may emit a creaking noise Mariner compact SUVs 
Lincoln Navigators produce little or no from the rear may come into your shop 

may complain that airflow from HVAC suspension when going with a complaint of a 
their a/c system isn 7 vents when the blower over bumps or while coolant leak from 
producing cold air ... motor is set at Low turning at fairly slow underneath the front of 
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the necessary tools and information 
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professional crimp factory-quality hose 
assemblies. Click here to watch a video 
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team has released two in-depth video 
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The manufacturer has released 41 new 
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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Mon 9/8/2014 7:43:15 PM 

Subject: P.M. NEWSCAST: Bill Ford's 'nimble' tech goal | Jag's compact XE sedan | VW dismisses fuel 
cell cars | 7-year car loan concerns 



Ford's nimble tech goal » 
Jag debuts compact XE » 
VW dismisses hydrogen » 



To view other breaking news stories throughout the day, visit autonews.com 
If you wish to cancel your subscription to this newsletter click here 
Automotive News is located at 1155 Gratiot Ave., Detroit, Michigan, 48207 


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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Mon 9/8/2014 8:10:29 PM 

Subject: DAILY: Bill Ford touts automakers working with tech startups | Ferrari chief near exit after clash 
with Marchionne | Auto manufacturing guru Jim Harbour dies at 86 


Today's most read story 


Dodge knocks off $15K to spur 
sales of pricey new Viper 



TOP NEWS 


Bill Ford touts automakers working 
with small tech startups 

UPDATED: 9/8/14 11:34 am ET - adds coverage 
10:54 am US,. ET | Sep 8 

As the world evolves toward a radically altered 
transportation network with autonomous cars, ride¬ 
sharing services and electrified vehicles, traditional 
automakers need to work with small startup companies 
that provide new technologies, Ford Executive 
Chairman Bill Ford said.... » READ 



Ferrari chief near exit after clash 
with Marchionne, report says 

11:44 am U.S. ET | Sep 8 

Ferrari Chairman Luca Cordero di Montezemolo is close 
to leaving the super-car maker because of a clash over 
strategy with the brand's parent Fiat and CEO Sergio 
Marchionne, people familiar with the matter told 
Bloomberg.... » READ 



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James Harbour, a pioneer in 
manufacturing efficiency, dies at 
86 

UPDATED: 9/8/14 1:07 pm ET - new story 
4:1 § pm U»S, e ET | Sep 7 

Automotive industry veteran James Harbour, who 
developed unprecedented ways to analyze and improve 
manufacturing productivity, died Saturday at the age of 
86. ... » READ 



Aluminum Jaguar XE marks return 
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3:15 pm U.S. ET | Sep 8 

Jaguar is re-entering the cutthroat compact luxury 
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THE BETTY WHITE OF CROSSOVERS 

GM’s aging Equinox and Terrain 
show staying power 

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The current-generation Chevrolet Equinox and sibling 
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GM plans to launch Cadillac CIS 
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years 

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Ex. 7 


To: [_ Ex. 7_j@vw.com] 

Cc: _I_ Ex. 7 _I@.yw..com]_; j' 


Ex. 7 


L._. 


Ex. 7 


E x. 7 _i@vw.com] 

From: Snyder, Jim 

Sent: Mon 9/8/2014 9:18:28 PM 

Subject: RE: VW Grouop - e-Golf Testing 


For the week of the Technology Showcase, the lab plans to do normal testing Tuesday and 
Wednesday but Thursday won’t run much if at all. So its possible that it could get tested that 
week though it may not complete that week. I will send the lab an official note saying that 
you’d like to test that week but nothing is guaranteed until an official waiver request is submitted 
and scheduled. 


I no luck with the other questions yet. Will pursue Conditional and Engineer/hunting season 
questions tomorrow. 


Jim Snyder 

Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
Compliance Division 

United States Environmental Protection Agency 
(734) 214-4946 

snvder.i i m@epa.gov 


From : [ ExlT j@vw.com] 

Sent: Friday, September 05, 2014 2:56 PM 
To: Snyder, Jim 

Cc: |_„_____ _ ___^_^._ v __ 

Subject: VW Grouop - e-Golf Testing 


Hello Jim, 


This is a follow up on the status of testing for our e-Golf (BEV) which we had discussed earlier 
this summer. 


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We are now expecting manufacturer test results in the next few weeks, at which time we will 
also prepare the application paperwork. It has been our understanding (based on previous 
communications) that EPA intends to call this vehicle in for confirmatory testing. Could you 
confirm that this is still the case? 


Assuming yes, we would like to request that the testing occur the week of October 6 th if 
available. We understand that EPA cannot make a fixed schedule prior to supplemental data 
submission, however if you could let us know of current lab availability at that time , and let the 
lab know of our intentions, it would be appreciated. 


Regards, 

Mike 


Ex. 7 

Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 


Phone: 

Fax: 

mailto: 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015170 





To: Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

Cc: Rodgers, William (EEO)[William.Rodgers@vw.com]; Allen, Gregory 

(EEO)[Gregory.Allen@vw.com]; Thomas, Richard (EEO)[Richard.Thomas@vw.com]; 

(EEO)| Ex. 7 j 

From: GireW'MichaeTfEEOy 

Sent: Tue 9/9/2014 2:07:04 PM 

Subject: RE: VW Group f’ Fv 4*- CBI i 

i_j 


i Ex. 7 

i_ 


Hello Jim, 


Thanks for the information. We have some feedback and further questions for the 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


Ex. 4 - CBI 

_ i 



4 Test timing: VW plans to deliver the vehicle on Friday 10/3 or early Monday 10/6. 
O Is it possible to begin testing on Monday 10/6? 

O Is it possible to continue testing Friday 10/10? 


Regards, 

Mike, 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015171 



















From: Snyder, Jim [mailto:Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

Sent: Monday, September 08, 2014 5:18 PM 
To: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Cc: Rodgers, William (EEO); Allen, Gregory (EEO); Thomas, Richard (EEO); 
Subject: RE: VW Grouop -j ~ pT 4 - CB[ I 


i Ex. 7 

L_ 


For the week of the Technology Showcase, the lab plans to do normal testing Tuesday and 
Wednesday but Thursday won’t run much if at all. So its possible that it could get tested that 
week though it may not complete that week. I will send the lab an official note saying that 
you’d like to test that week but nothing is guaranteed until an official waiver request is submitted 
and scheduled. 


I no luck with the other questions yet. 
questions tomorrow. 


Will pursue 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


Jim Snyder 

Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
Compliance Division 

United States Environmental Protection Agency 
(734) 214-4946 

snvder.iim@epa.aov 


From: Giles, Michael (EEO) f mailto:michael.qiles@vw.com' 

Sent: Friday, September 05, 2014 2:56 PM 

To: Snyder, Jim r-^~ 

Cc: Rodgers, William (EEO); Allen, Gregory (EEO); Thomas, Richard (EEO); ij__j>) 

Subject: VW Grouop - 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


Hello Jim, 


This is a follow up on the status of testing for our 
this summer. 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


vhich we had discussed earlier 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015172 


















Assuming yes, we would like to request that the testing occur the week of October 6 th if 
available. We understand that EPA cannot make a fixed schedule prior to supplemental data 
submission, however if you could let us know of current lab availability at that time , and let the 
lab know of our intentions, it would be appreciated. 


Regards, 

Mike 


Michael Giles 

Certification Engineer 

Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4229 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto: Michael.Giles@VW.com 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015173 





To: Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

Cc: Allen* Gregory (EEO)[Gre<pry.Allen@vw.com]; Giles, Michael (EEO)[michael.giles@vw.com]; 

I Ex. 7 ! 

"From: -Ro'dgers7Wiiriam _ (EEa) _ - 

Sent: Tue 9/9/2014 2:32:13 PM 

Subject: VW \ Ex. 4 - CBl I 


Hello Jim. 


We have uploaded to the Verify system a request for EPA approval relating to 


Ex. 4 - CBl 


Ex. 4 - CBl 

y6uYeaYlTe¥t'c6hvehieiice'.' 


Please review and approve ] ex. 4 - cbi at 


Regards, 


Bill Rodgers 

Emissions Certification Engineer 




OF AMERI 


Engineering and Environmental Office 
Auburn Hills, MI 


(248) 754-4219 
william.rodgers@vw.com 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015174 























To: richard.thomas@vw.com[riehard. thomas@vw.com] 

From: Good, David 

Sent: Tue 9/9/2014 4:28:23 PM 

Subject: 2015 FE Guide 

VW Group 2015 FEGuide-all rel dates-no-sales-8-28-2014.xlsx 


Richard, 


Attached is the data I sent to DOE on 8/29/2014 for the 2015 Printed Guide. 


I guess there was one error in the Jetta Hybrid (which I corrected). Please revise Verify when 
you get a chance. 


Thanks 


Dave 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015175 



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6 VGA 
6 quattroVGA 
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6 quattroVGA 

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Q3 quattroVGA 
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Q5 VGA 

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Q7 

R8 

R8 

R8 

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VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 

VGA 


R8 Spyder VGA 
R8 Spyder VGA 
R8 Spyder VGA 
R8 Spyder VGA 
RS5 VGA 
RS5 CabrioVGA 


2.0 

2.0 

2.0 

3.0 

3.0 

3.0 

3.0 

3.0 

4.0 

3.0 

3.0 

4.0 

6.3 

2.0 

2.0 

2.0 

2.0 

3.0 

3.0 

2.0 

3.0 

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4.2 

4.2 

5.2 

5.2 

4.2 

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5.2 

5.2 

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8 

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42 

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73 

3.0 

6 

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76 

3.0 

6 

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74 

3.0 

6 

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VGA 

77 

3.0 

6 

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75 

3.0 

6 

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20 

4.0 

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19 

4.0 

8 

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VGA 

9 

4.0 

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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015176 














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2015 Volkswageba^bi^^hfuracan VGA 25 

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2.0 

4 

2.0 

4 

4.0 

8 

6.0 

12 

4.0 

8 

6.0 

12 

4.0 

8 

6.0 

12 

6.8 

8 

8.0 

16 

6.5 

12 

6.5 

12 

5.2 

10 

6.5 

12 

1.8 

4 

1.8 

4 

2.0 

4 

2.0 

4 

2.0 

4 

2.0 

4 

1.8 

4 

2.0 

4 

2.0 

4 

2.0 

4 

2.0 

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2.0 

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2.0 

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VGA 

1 

2.0 

4 

VGA 

8 

2.0 

4 

VGA 

98 

1.8 

4 

VGA 

97 

1.8 

4 

VGA 

93 

2.0 

4 

VGA 

102 

2.0 

4 

VGA 

99 

2.0 

4 

VGA 

86 

2.0 

4 

VGA 

105 

2.0 

4 

VGA 

94 

2.0 

4 

iSvGA 

107 

14 

4 

VGA 

90 

1.8 

4 

VGA 

88 

1.8 

4 

VGA 

89 

2.0 

4 

VGA 

87 

2.0 

4 

VGA 

55 

3.6 

6 

VGA 

39 

2.0 

4 

MVKfitn 

38 

2.0 

4 

VGA 

13 

3.0 

6 

VGA 

57 

3.6 

6 


106 

3.0 

6 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015177 





TransmissCity 1 





HVnWPpf 

I ?. f Mm H 1 i f gfc 1 i 

_a 

1®iTO!lill«U u i" .. 1"l A l1 ' , 1 

Auto(AM-S6) 

23 

33 

27 

28.9000 

46.6000 

34.8580 

Auto(AM-S6) 

31 

43 

36 

41.0359 

61.6186 

48.2955 

Auto(AM-S6) 

24 

35 

28 

30.5000 

47.0000 

36.2224 

Auto(AM-S6) 

23 

32 

26 

29.0000 

44.2000 

34.3094 

Auto(AM-S6) 

24 

33 

27 

30.0000 

44.6000 

35.1828 

Auto(AV-S8) 

24 

32 

27 

30.3000 

44.6000 

35.4089 


$d^p£[)500.314-021tates labiOvalues mi/it not change for entire model year,^d^SK)for‘ : Q)0!5i!iy(aP2r3Dd(lO.314-O 
Manual(M6) 22 32 26 27.5555 43.9180 33.1059 

$dta$£[)500.314-02itates labiPvalues m2ftt not change for entire model year^^d^SWor-SDOSBJSyiapirftBSdO.SM-O 
$Hdfet(p£05OO.314-O21tates labiOvalues mi/st not change for entire model year ; ^d^f5Ofor- : Q)0!51lL7(a’O2r3Dd(lO.314-O 


Manual(M6) 

22 

32 

26 

27.5555 

43.9180 

33.1059 

Auto(AV-S8) 

25 

33 

28 

31.4000 

46.9000 

36.8857 

Auto(S8) 

20 

29 

23 

24.8000 

40.5000 

30.0404 

Auto(S8) 

18 

27 

22 

23.1369 

38.1000 

28.1037 

Auto(S8) 

24 

38 

29 

30.6987 

52.4000 

37.7304 

Auto(S8) 

18 

28 

21 

23.0447 

37.6000 

27.9059 

Auto(S8) 

24 

38 

29 

30.6987 

52.4000 

37.7304 

Auto(S8) 

19 

29 

22 

23.5657 

39.6000 

28.8162 

Auto(S8) 

18 

30 

22 

22.5929 

39.4000 

27.9601 

Auto(S8) 

24 

36 

28 

29.9399 

51.4000 

36.8664 

Auto(S8) 

19 

29 

22 

23.5657 

39.6000 

28.8162 

Auto(S8) 

18 

29 

22 

22.2780 

39.1000 

27.6266 

Auto(S8) 

14 

22 

17 

17.2000 

28.6000 

20.9595 

Auto(S8) 

21 

28 

24 

26.7000 

39.2000 

31.1732 

Auto(S6) 

20 

29 

23 

24.8499 

40.0000 

29.9555 

Auto(S6) 

20 

28 

23 

24.8000 

38.5000 

29.5284 

Auto(S8) 

20 

28 

23 

24.8000 

38.6000 

29.5548 

Auto(S8) 

18 

26 

21 

22.8446 

35.5000 

27.2096 

Auto(S8) 

24 

31 

27 

29.1832 

43.5000 

34.2568 

Auto(S8) 

24 

30 

26 

30.4000 

39.9000 

34.0480 

Auto(S8) 

19 

28 

22 

22.8000 

39.1000 

28.0649 

Auto(S8) 

16 

22 

18 

19.4000 

30.0000 

23.0678 

Auto(AM-S7) 

14 

23 

17 

16.4549 

29.7195 

20.5904 

Manual(M6) 

11 

20 

14 

13.6544 

24.3877 

17.0265 

Auto(AM-S7) 

13 

22 

16 

15.4000 

28.8067 

19.4796 

Manual(M6) 

12 

19 

14 

13.7000 

23.4475 

16.8527 

Auto(AM-S7) 

14 

23 

17 

16.4549 

29.7195 

20.5904 

Manual(M6) 

11 

20 

14 

13.6544 

24.3877 

17.0265 

Auto(AM-S7) 

13 

22 

16 

15.4000 

28.8067 

19.4796 

Manual(M6) 

12 

19 

14 

13.7000 

23.4475 

16.8527 

Auto(AM-S7) 

16 

23 

18 

19.1000 

30.0000 

22.8332 

Auto(AM-S7) 

16 

22 

18 

19.2000 

28.9000 

22.6159 


iftidfeE(^^00.314-08L5tates labiOvalues rrliSt not change for entire model year ; 1e?(£SiSl3forS}0^S , (ajR2rftl560O.314-O 


Auto(AM-S6) 

23 

31 

26 

28.5000 

41.5000 

33.1767 

Auto(AM-S7) 

18 

28 

21 

22.4000 

35.8000 

26.9372 

Manual(M6) 

17 

26 

20 

20.0000 

33.4000 

24.4063 

Auto(AM-S7) 

18 

28 

21 

22.4000 

35.8000 

26.9372 

Manual(M6) 

17 

26 

20 

20.0000 

33.4000 

24.4063 

Auto(AM-S7) 

18 

26 

21 

22.1000 

34.7000 

26.4165 

Auto(AM-S7) 

17 

27 

20 

20.7366 

35.2072 

25.4423 

Auto(AM-S7) 

17 

27 

20 

20.7366 

35.2072 

25.4423 

Auto(S8) 

17 

27 

20 

19.9000 

36.4000 

24.9995 


VW FOIA, EPA 


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2017-FFP 015178 



Auto(S8) 

17 

24 

19 

20.8000 

32.9000 

24.9252 

Auto(AM-S6) 

22 

31 

26 

28.3669 

42.1911 

33.2728 

Auto(AM-S6) 

22 

31 

26 

28.3669 

42.1911 

33.2728 

Auto(S8) 

15 

25 

19 

19.1000 

33.5000 

23.6806 

Auto(S8) 

12 

21 

15 

15.4000 

28.3000 

19.3741 

Auto(S8) 

14 

24 

17 

17.3000 

31.8000 

21.7662 

Auto(S8) 

12 

20 

15 

14.4000 

26.7000 

18.1658 

Auto(S8) 

14 

24 

17 

17.3000 

31.8000 

21.7662 

Auto(S8) 

12 

20 

15 

14.4000 

26.7000 

18.1658 

Auto(S8) 

11 

18 

13 

12.9000 

21.8000 

15.8033 

Auto(AM-S7) 

8 

15 

10 

10.0000 

17.9000 

12.4782 

Auto(AM-S7) 

11 

18 

13 

12.6000 

25.2000 

16.2581 

Auto(AM-S7) 

10 

16 

12 

11.5000 

21.2000 

14.4817 

Auto(AM-S7) 

14 

20 

16 

16.8000 

25.5000 

19.8471 

Auto(AM-S 

11 

17 

13 

12.5000 

22.7000 

15.6681 

Auto(S6) 

25 

33 

28 

31.8064 

46.0926 

36.9616 

Manual(M5) 

24 

33 

27 

30.3689 

46.0618 

35.8679 

Auto(AM-S6) 

24 

30 

26 

29.1689 

42.3558 

33.9213 

Auto(AM-S6) 

31 

41 

34 

40.2000 

57.8000 

46.5830 

Manual(M6) 

23 

31 

26 

27.7589 

43.4112 

33.1352 

ManuaI(M6) 

31 

41 

34 

40.0000 

57.8000 

46.4350 

Auto(S6) 

24 

32 

27 

30.6903 

45.4713 

35.9488 

Auto(AM-S6) 

23 

29 

25 

28.8902 

40.8000 

33.2591 

Auto(AM-S6) 

30 

40 

34 

39.7000 

56.5000 

45.8327 

Manua!(M6) 

23 

31 

26 

27.7589 

43.4112 

33.1352 

Manual(M6) 

30 

40 

34 

38.7000 

57.2000 

45.2919 

Auto(AM-S6) 

22 

31 

25 

26.9290 

42.1849 

32.1632 

ManuaI(M6) 

21 

32 

25 

25.6435 

43.4548 

31.4431 

Auto(S6) 

17 

25 

20 

20.5000 

33.5000 

24.8373 

Auto(AM-S6) 

22 

30 

25 

27.5000 

41.5000 

32.4219 

Auto(S6) 

25 

36 

29 

32.5000 

51.1000 

38.8661 

Manual(M5) 

25 

37 

30 

32.6000 

52.5000 

39.3042 

Auto(AM-S6) 

31 

43 

36 

41.0359 

61.6186 

48.2955 

ttfeMaWMS). [600.334- 

-08 sta^s label vaJdfes must not change for entire 

mode$^i^@xc£j4t5000OO48}2(2£)&nd 

Auto(AM-S6) 

25 

33 

28 

30.7000 

45.3000 

35.9078 

ManuaI(M6) 

25 

34 

28 

30.0000 

46.4000 

35.6740 

Auto(S6) 

25 

37 

30 

32.7401 

52.6000 

39.4414 

Manual(M5) 

25 

37 

29 

32.3787 

52.4790 

39.1216 

Auto(AM-S6) 

24 

32 

27 

29.5595 

44.4600 

34.8093 

Auto(AM-S6) 

31 

45 

36 

41.3000 

64.1000 

49.1703 

Auto(S6) 

23 

34 

26 

28.7000 

47.5000 

34.9193 

Manual(M5) 

25 

34 

28 

29.3000 

49.6000 

35.9145 

Manual(M6) 

31 

46 

36 

40.2000 

65.6000 

48.6823 

Manual(M6) 

23 

33 

26 

28.2801 

45.1600 

33.9987 

Auto(AM-S 

42 

48 

45 

57.5000 

65.3000 

80 7868 

SJ a § \J XJ %J 

Auto(S6) 

24 

36 

28 

31.2000 

50.5769 

37.6995 

Manual(M5) 

24 

35 

28 

30.9734 

49.8831 

37.3437 

Auto(AM-S6) 

30 

42 

34 

38.7000 

59.9000 

46.0312 

Manual(M6) 

30 

44 

35 

39.0000 

62.4000 

46.9173 

Auto(AM-S6) 

20 

28 

23 

23.9000 

37.3000 

28.5088 

Auto(S6) 

21 

26 

23 

25.9873 

36.0386 

29.7169 

Auto(S6) 

20 

26 

23 

25.7711 

36.0238 

29.5565 

Auto(S8) 

20 

29 

23 

24.1000 

41.0000 

29.5883 

Auto(S8) 

17 

23 

19 

21.3000 

31.6000 

24.9612 

Auto(S8) 

20 

24 

21 

25.1000 

33.1000 

28.1631 


06/20/2017 2017-FFP 015179 


VW FOIA, EPA 



8 (^4^5-§4so hS£)]CW33se 
22.1972 32.0693 

8(^)(()^442soi2S]3 : 328se 
8 (e^43 S84so p&)]CW22se 


Air Aspir !Air AspiraTrans Trans DesTrans, Oth# Gears 

27.0673 TC TurbochargdWIS Automated Manual-Selectable6(e.g. Au 

35.6064 TC TurbochargdWIS Automated Manual-Selectable6(e.g. Au 

28.0867 TC Turbocharges Automated Manual-Selectable6(e.g. Au 

26.4136 TC Turbocharges Automated Manual-Selectable6(e.g. Au 

27.2970 TC Turbocharges Automated Manual-Selectable€(e.g. Au 

26.7189 TC Turbocharg&ZV Selectable Continuously Variabfe (e.g. C 

04/&&24lease date T<£the effeTtuwbcddten^ftabn vehicferweAsteiafcMed; 8 

25.7665 TC Turbocharged Manual 6 

@&/&&1H4lease date T<£the effeTtUwbcd^en^ftabn vehicfenw«AsteMfe$ed; 8 

M/fe&2H£lease date T<£the effeTtUwbcddtan^abn vehicSsroreAsticsIaitetled; 8 


23.4556 

33.3421 

27.0673 

TC 

Turbocharges 

31.1996 

43.0359 

35.6064 

TC 

Turbocharges 

24.3444 

34.5845 

28.0867 

TC 

Turbocharges 

23.3120 

31.5429 

26.4136 

TC 

Turbocharges 

24.0818 

32.6198 

27.2970 

TC 

Turbocharges 

23.6858 

31.6788 

26.7189 

TC 

Turbocharg&S/ 


22.1972 

32.0693 

25.7665 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Manual 

6 

24.5044 

32.5529 

27.5721 

TC 

Turbocharg&ZV 

Selectable Continuously Variable (e.g. C 

19.6106 

28.8603 

22.9156 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 

8 

18.3949 

27.2332 

21.5408 

SC 

Supercharged 

Semi-Automatic 

8 

24.4094 

38.0485 

29.1042 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 

8 

18.0028 

27.5267 

21.3226 

SC 

Supercharged 

Semi-Automatic 

8 

24.4094 

38.0485 

29.1042 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 

8 

18.6853 

29.3211 

22.3303 

SC 

Supercharged 

Semi-Automatic 

8 

18.2315 

29.5343 

22.0244 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 

8 

23.8727 

36.3252 

28.2271 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 

8 

18.6853 

29.3211 

22.3303 

SC 

Supercharged 

Semi-Automatic 

8 

17.9485 

28.5015 

21.5369 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 

8 

13.8358 

21.9706 

16.6020G 

NA 

Naturally Aspirated 

Semi-Automatic 

8 

21.0646 

27.9892 

23.7037 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 

8 

19.6619 

28.5380 

22.8617 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 

6 

19.7028 

28.0105 

22.7375 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 

6 

19.6619 

27.5771 

22.5781 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 

8 

17.8443 

25.5746 

20.6536 

SC 

Supercharged 

Semi-Automatic 

8 

23.6266 

31.3636 

26.5783 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 

8 

24.0075 

29.7936 

26.3065 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 

8 

18.7400 

27.6200 

21.9099 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 

8 

15.5983 

21.6157 

17.8322 

SC 

Supercharged 

Semi-Automatic 

8 

13.5631 

22.5823 

16.5348G 

NA 

Naturally Mjyfeted 

Automated Manual- 

Selectable^.g. Au 

11.4565 

20.0560 

14.1955 G 

NA 

Naturally A&jbirated 

Manual 

6 

12.9942 

22.2057 

15.9766G 

NA 

Naturally MJVIfeted 

Automated Manual- 

Selectable^.g. Au 

11.7338 

19.4192 

14.2763 G 

NA 

Naturally Akf)i rated 

Manual 

6 

13.5631 

22.5823 

16.5348G 

NA 

Naturally A&fMISated 

Automated Manual- 

Selectable^.g. Au 

11.4565 

20.0560 

14.1955G 

NA 

Naturally A&|birated 

Manual 

6 

12.9942 

22.2057 

15.9766G 

NA 

Naturally A&fvftSated 

Automated Manual- 

Selectable^.g. Au 

11.7338 

19.4192 

14.2763 G 

NA 

Naturally A&fbirated 

Manual 

6 

15.7409 

23.3075 

18.4339 

NA 

Naturally A&ffcftSated 

Automated Manual- 

Selectable^.g. Au 

15.8793 

22.1836 

18.2078 

NA 

Naturally AAfvflfeted 

Automated Manual- 

Selectable^.g. Au 


8(d)fi§2'i§soi5S]I9?2se 3^/ftS24lease date T<£the effeTtUwbcddten^ftfen vehicfenweAstjcateitetled; 8 


23.1833 

30.7065 

26.0560 

TC 

Turbocharges 

Automated Manual- SelectableG(e.g. Au 

18.1170 

27.5580 

21.4190 

SC 

Supercharges 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 

17.0438 

26.0230 

20.1767 

SC 

Supercharged 

Manual 6 

18.1170 

27.5580 

21.4190 

SC 

Supercharges 

Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 

17.0438 

26.0230 

20.1767 

SC 

Supercharged 

Manual 6 

17.6699 

25.9530 

20.6333 

SC 

Supercharges 

Automated Manual- Selectable7(e.g. Au 

16.7533 

26.9042 

20.1794 

TC 

Turbocharges 

Automated Manual- Selectable7(e.g. Au 

16.7533 

26.9042 

20.1794 

TC 

Turbocharges 

Automated Manual- Selectable7[e.g. Au 

16.5369 

26.7008 

19.9551 

TC 

Turbocharged 

Semi-Automatic 8 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015180 


16.7285 

23.6581 

19.2682 

SC 

22.3665 

31.1759 

25.6242 

TC 

22.3665 

31.1759 

25.6242 

TC 

15.2087 

25.3816 

18.5553 

TC 

12.4737 

21.0866 

15.2827 G 

TC 

13.8190 

23.8488 

17.0447 G 

TC 

12.0228 

20.0478 

14.6643 G 

TC 

13.8190 

23.8488 

17.0447 G 

TC 

12.0228 

20.0478 

14.6643 G 

TC 

10.5402 

17.7129 

12.8889G 

TC 

8.4232 

14.7698 

10.4424 G 

TC 

10.6055 

18.4729 

13.1199G 

NA 

9.7957 

16.2453 

11.9264G 

NA 

14.0224 

20.0427 

16.2140G 

NA 

10.6353 

16.9743 

12.7836G 

NA 

24.7637 

32.6943 

27.7980 

TC 

23.7579 

32.6943 

27.0899 

TC 

23.6856 

29.5929 

26.0232 

TC 

30.6516 

40.5292 

34.4273 

TC 

22.6980 

30.6082 

25.6850 

TC 

30.5143 

40.5292 

34.3319 

TC 

23.9740 

32.2876 

27.1159 

TC 

22.7135 

28.5529 

25.0157 

TC 

30.3081 

39.6674 

33.9083 

TC 

22.6980 

30.6082 

25.6850 

TC 

29.6183 

40.1317 

33.5766 

TC 

21.8993 

30.8310 

25.1821 

TC 

20.6665 

31.8238 

24.5378 

TC 

16.9415 

25.2190 

19.8774 

NA 

21.7634 

30.1121 

24.8658 

TC 

25.2640 

36.0643 

29.1989 

TC 

25.3353 

37.0021 

29.5244 

TC 

31.1996 

43.0359 

35.6064 

TC 

BO-0@(^(4)44^3)6i7.] BSrfs&T^vise 

releasd"0£ 

24.6434 

32.6158 

27.6891 

TC 

24.9095 

34.2917 

28.4070 

TC 

25.4066 

37.0689 

29.5967 

TC 

25.1926 

37.0021 

29.4176 

TC 

23.5744 

31.8670 

26.7012 

TC 

31.4045 

44.6752 

36.2501 

TC 

22.5269 

33.6412 

26.4608 

NA 

24.6629 

33.9684 

28.1307 

NA 

30.6516 

45.6549 

35.9711 

TC 

22.8950 

32.6159 

26.4413 

TC 

42.0354 

48.2310 

44,6144 

TC 

24.3335 

35.7288 

28.4112 

TC 

24.1899 

35.2585 

28.1693 

TC 

29.6183 

41.9168 

34.1237 

TC 

29.8256 

43.5614 

34.7575 

TC 

19.7174 

27.8048 

22.6868 

NA 

20.5496 

25.7855 

22.6161 

TC 

20.3807 

25.8019 

22.5089 

TC 

19.6490 

28.9961 

22.9829 

TC 

17.0411 

22.7325 

19.2048 

NA 

19.8843 

23.7762 

21.4655 

SC 


Supercharged 

Turbocharges 

Turbocharges 

Turbocharged 

Turbocharged 

Turbocharged 

Turbocharged 

Turbocharged 

Turbocharged 

Turbocharged 

Turbocharges 

Naturally MfvflrSated 

Naturally MjyrSated 

Naturally MfiflrSated 

Naturally MMS 

Turbocharged 

Turbocharged 

Turbocharges 

Turbocharges 

Turbocharged 

Turbocharged 

Turbocharged 

Turbocharges 

Turbocharges 

Turbocharged 

Turbocharged 

Turbocharges 

Turbocharged 


Semi-Automatic 8 

Automated Manual- Selectable8(e.g. Au 
Automated Manual- SelectableQ[e.g. Au 
Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Semi-Automatic 8 

Automated Manual-Selectable^.g. Au 
Automated Manual-Selectable^.g. Au 
Automated Manual-Selectable^.g. Au 
Automated Manual- Selectable^.g. Au 

Automated 7 

Semi-Automatic 6 

Manual 5 

Automated Manual- Selectable6(e.g. Au 
Automated Manual- SelectableG(e.g. Au 
Manual 6 

Manual 6 

Semi-Automatic 6 

Automated Manual- SelectableGfe.g. Au 
Automated Manual- SeIectableG(e.g. Au 
Manual 6 

Manual 6 

Automated Manual- SelectableG(e.g. Au 
Manual 6 


Naturally Aspirated Semi-Automatic 


Turbocharges 

Turbocharged 

Turbocharged 

Turbocharges 


Automated Manual- SelectableG(e.g. Au 
Semi-Automatic 6 

Manual 5 

Automated Manual- SelectableQfe.g. Au 


thfeueEfedOiaM^ddte wherMahudfes were relabelled; 


Turbocharges Automated Mar 

Turbocharged Manual 

Turbocharged Semi-Automatic 

Turbocharged Manual 

Turbocharges Automated Mar 

Turbocharges Automated Mar 

Naturally Aspirated Semi-Automatic 
Naturally A&jbirated Manual 
Turbocharged Manual 

Turbocharged Manual 

TurbocharcAMS Automated 

Turbocharged Semi-Automatic 

Turbocharged Manual 

Turbocharges Automated Mar 

Turbocharged Manual 

Naturally AA(*fli5ated Automated Mar 
Turbocharged Semi-Automatic 

Turbocharged Semi-Automatic 

Turbocharged Semi-Automatic 


Automated Manual- Selectable6(e.g. Au 
Manual 6 

Semi-Automatic 6 

Manual 5 

Automated Manual- SelectableGfe.g. Au 
Automated Manual- Selectable6(e.g. Au 
Semi-Automatic 6 

Manual 5 

Manual 6 

Manual 6 

Automated 7 

Semi-Automatic 6 

Manual 5 

Automated Manual- SelectableG(e.g. Au 
Manual 6 

Automated Manual- SelectableG(e.g. Au 
Semi-Automatic 6 

Semi-Automatic 6 

Semi-Automatic 8 


Naturally Aspirated Semi-Automatic 


Supercharged 


Semi-Automatic 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015181 



Lockup TcTrans 

Yomated Manual 
Yomated Manual 
Yomated Manual 
Yomated Manual 
Yomated Manual 
WT with pafUdles) 

Y N 

N N 

Y N 

Y N 

N N 

WT with pafUdles) 


Yomated IVMnual 
N N 

Yomated IVMnual 
N N 

Yomated Manual 
N N 

Yomated Manual 
N N 

Yomated Manual 
Yomated Manual 

Y N 

Yomated IVWnual 
Yomated Manual 
N N 

Yomated Manual 
N N 

Yomated Manual 
Yomated Manual 
Yomated Manual 

Y N 


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withFpaddles) 

withFpaddles) 

with/)oaddles) 

with/)oaddles) 

F 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

F 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

F 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

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A 

with/joaddles) 

A 

with/)oaddles) 

A 

with/)oaddles) 

A 

with/)oaddles) 

with/)oaddles) 

A 

with/)oaddles) 

with/)oaddles) 

A 

with/)oaddles) 

A 

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A 


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15 


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15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


GP 

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85 

422 

GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

85 

406 

GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

85 

422 

GP 

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15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

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15 


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Gasoline (Premium 


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Diesel, ultra low s 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 


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Diesel, ultra low s 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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406 

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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

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Gasoline (Premium 

85 

455 

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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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15 


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Gasoline (Premium 


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Diesel, ultra low s 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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Gasoline (Premium 

15 


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2017-FFP 015182 







Y 

Yomated 

Yomated 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Yomated 

Yomated 

Yomated 

Yomated 

tpmated 

Y 
N 

Yomated 

Yomated 

N 

N 

Y 

Yomated 

Yomated 

N 

N 

Yomated 

N 

Y 

Yomated 

Y 
N 

Yomated 

N 

Yomated 

N 

Y 
N 

Yomated 

Yomated 

Y 
N 
N 
N 

tp mated 

Y 
N 

Yomated 

N 

Yomated 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 


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Manual with/)oaddIes) 
Manual with/^oaddles) 
N A 

N A 

N A 

N A 

N A 

N A 

N R 

Manual with/joaddles) 
Manual with/joaddles) 
Manual with/^oaddles) 
Manual with/joaddles) 
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N F 

N F 

Manual withFpaddles) 
Manual withFpaddles) 
N F 

N F 

N F 

Manual withFpaddles) 
Manual withFpaddles) 
N F 

N F 

IVMnual withFpaddles) 
N F 

N A 

IVMnual withFpaddles) 
N F 

N F 

IVMnual withFpaddles) 
N F 

Manual withFpaddles) 
N F 

N F 

N F 

IVWnual withFpaddles) 
Manual withFpaddles) 
N F 

N F 

N F 

N F 

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N F 

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Manual withFpaddles) 
N F 

Manual withFpaddles) 
N F 

N A 

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15 


GP 

15 


GP 

15 


GP 

85 

357 

GP 

15 


GP 

85 

357 

GP 

15 


GP 

85 

357 

GP 

15 


GP 

15 


GPR 

15 


GPR 

15 


GPR 

15 


GP 

15 


GPR 

15 


G 

15 


G 

15 


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DU 

15 


GP 


5 

DU 

15 


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15 


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DU 

15 


GP 


5 

DU 

15 


GP 

15 


GP 

15 


GP 

15 


GP 

15 


G 

15 


G 


5 

DU 


5 

DU 

15 


GP 

15 


GP 

15 


G 

15 


G 

15 


GP 


5 

DU 

15 


G 

15 


G 


5 

DU 

15 


GP 

15 


r *x 

15 


G 

15 


G 


5 

DU 


5 

DU 

15 


GP 

15 


GP 

15 


GP 


5 

DU 

15 


GP 

15 


GP 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 

Gasoline (I 
Gasoline (Regular 
Gasoline (Regular 
Gasoline (Premium 
Diesel, ultra low s 
Gasoline (Premium 
Diesel, ultra low s 
Gasoline (Regular 
Gasoline (Premium 
Diesel, ultra low s 
Gasoline (Premium 
Diesel, ultra low s 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Regular 
Gasoline (Regular 
Diesel, ultra low s 
Diesel, ultra low s 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Regular 
Gasoline (Regular 
Gasoline (Premium 
Diesel, ultra low s 
Gasoline (Regular 
Gasoline (Regular 
Diesel, ultra low s 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (I 
Gasoline (Regular 
Gasoline (Regular 
Diesel, ultra low s 
Diesel, ultra low s 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 
Diesel, ultra low s 
Gasoline (Premium 
Gasoline (Premium 


2017-FFP 015183 




GuzzIGas Guzzl2Dr Pass '2Dr Lugg 4Dr Pass '4Dr Lugg Htchbk PaHtchbk Lu 


NflRfeaded ReteaiiMregMto) 

Not exempt 



86 

12 



MftlB (15 p|CwJ,ei3ip«'mg&l(ki)i 

Not exempt 



86 

12 



MR&aded R^tenpiweg-Mtat) 

Not exempt 

79 

10 





MRfiaded RBtgHipmegWbdj 

Not exempt 

79 

10 





MRIiaded WteawregMtet) 

Not exempt 



86 

10 



MRftaded Rebsaipm^Wto) 

Not exempt 



91 

12 



MRIiaded RBtaaipmeiWto) 

Not exempt 



91 

12 



MRIiaded fteteawregMtet) 

Not exempt 



91 

12 



MRftaded Reteaipierefftlto) 

Not exempt 

81 

10 





MRftaded Reteaipw^Wto) 

Not exempt 

84 

12 





MRfeaded RBteai|MrefMto) 

Not exempt 

84 

12 





NdRGeaded RBteaipmegfeltaf) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



MRIiaded f^teniweg&kjf) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



NflRfeaded Rdteaitwregfeltat) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



MfKS (15 ppswl ; ei3i|a8hTgbllk))n 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



NflRfeaded Rdkaitsm'efWbdj 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

Csdftfi (15 pp«wil ; emia8hTg6llk))n 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

MRftaded RBteaTflKJregMbit} 

Not exempt 



100 

15 



NflRfeaded ReteaiiMrefMto) 

Not exempt 



100 

15 



MftlS (15 ppmJ ; esi|a8trTgaik))n 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



MRIiaded RtitsaipmegWte^ 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



N/IRfeaded RBteSTtaeregMtef) 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



MRIiaded R^tenpm'egWte^ 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



N/IRfeaded ReteartaereiMtel) 

Not exempt 



90 

28 



MRSaded RBteaiiaeregM&ifr) 

Not exempt 





84 

17 

MRSaded RBteaipmegM&if) 

Not exempt 





84 

17 

MRSaded RBteaTflmegffltofr) 

Truck 







NJRteaded RBteaipieregilfeifr) 

Truck 







MftfJ (15 ppthl,emp8higl(k))n 

Truck 







N/IRfeaded R^teaitwregffltalj 

Truck 







Mft(5 (15 ppthl,emp8rng$H<p)n 

Truck 







IMRfeaded RBteaiasregijfell} 

Truck 







IMRftaded WtesrpieregMto} 

Not exempt 







MRSaded RelsmiaeregMtet} 

Not exempt 







MR&aded RBtesiaerefMfetf} 

Not exempt 







NJRftaded RetKaipm^Wbri^ 

Not exempt 







N/IRteaded 

Not exempt 







IMRIiaded RBtsaipieregMfed} 

Not exempt 







N/IRftaded RBteaipiefegWbi^ 

Not exempt 







MR&aded R^teaipierefWtof) 

Not exempt 







MRftaded (WteaiasrefMtat) 

Not exempt 

84 

13 





MRftaded RBteaipm'efWtol) 

Not exempt 

81 

10 





NflRSaded ReteaiiMrefMto) 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

MR&aded fytesTfn«tesMtefr) 

Not exempt 



86 

10 



NJRCeaded RBteai|iii$regMtaf) 

Not exempt 



90 

13 



MRfeaded ReteaiiMreffolto) 

Not exempt 



90 

13 



NJRCeaded Rdteaipieir^Wtat) 

Not exempt 

84 

13 





MR&aded Rete^Mregfoltet) 

Not exempt 

84 

13 





IMRfeaded Rdteaipieireg&ltof) 

Not exempt 

81 

10 





MRfeaded RtitemiMrefMbif) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



MRfeaded fteteaipisireiMto) 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

MRfeaded RBterperegMtai) 

Not exempt 



100 

15 




VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015184 



NflRfeaded 

Truck 







MRfiaded 

Not exempt 

74 

13 





MRfeaded 

Not exempt 







MRftaded R^teaipiefefWtat) 

Not exempt 

89 

11 





MRftaded WtentwsreiMtei) 

Not exempt 

89 

11 





MRftaded fteteawregMtet) 

Not exempt 

86 

7 





MR&aded Reteaipm^Wto) 

Not exempt 

86 

7 





NJRfiaded RiateaiiMii^Wbii) 

Not exempt 

102 

13 





MRIiaded RetaaiiMiieiWto) 

Not exempt 

102 

13 





MRftaded Reteaipmegfelto) 

Not exempt 



101 

11 



NflRfeaded RBfcfUEipKtJgklllon 

Not exempt 







NflRfeaded RBfcpsipeJ')gMlon 

Not exempt 







MRfeaded R«fcpsipet)gMlon 

Not exempt 







MRIiaded Rtiteaipiefegfelta^ 

Not exempt 







M WB leadethfReqptfe^N 

Not exempt 







NdRfeaded (fateaipwiegMfeif) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

MRftaded f^temtaereg'&itef) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

NflRfeaded ftetesiMreifolto) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

Mft(5 (15 ppfrt ; emia8(rTgblfk))n 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

NflRfeaded Rdkaitsm'egWkdj 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

Mft(5 (15 ppthl,et3i|a«rrTg6ilH<p)n 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

MRSaded Ifateai|»?iiegMktf) 

Not exempt 

81 

7 





NflRfeaded Rdteaitsm'egWtelj 

Not exempt 

81 

7 





MftlS (15 ppiwil^i3ip«trTg6illk))n 

Not exempt 

81 

7 





NflRfeaded fteteaiiwarefMto) 

Not exempt 

81 

7 





CsdftfB (15 ppwil,emp«tng&ltttp)n 

Not exempt 

81 

7 





IMRfeaded RtiteaTfliieregMto} 

Not exempt 

94 

13 





MRIiaded Wte&Tfsm'egyted} 

Not exempt 

94 

13 





IMRfeaded RBteaiJieregMtetJ} 

Not exempt 

94 

13 





MRfeaded RBteaiiawegMtoi} 

Not exempt 

77 

11 





NflRfeaded Rdteaitsm'egWbElj 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

NJRIiaded RBtesTpmegWkd^ 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

MftU (15 p(DwJ,emp«lnglilfk))n 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

MftlS (15 p(tmhl,emp«rng&lHtp)n 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

MRIiaded RtitesT|S>i«regMklf) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

IMRIiaded RBtaaipiefegWto) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

MRSaded Rete^asresMto) 

Not exempt 



94 

16 



IMRftaded RBtsaipisregMfeit} 

Not exempt 



94 

16 



IMRftaded RBteaTfsnsrefMfett} 

Not exempt 



94 

16 



MftlS (15 ppirsiilptnp8trTgliltk))n 

Not exempt 



94 

16 



N/IRfiaded WteaTpi«re®Mfetf) 

Not exempt 



94 

16 



NflRfeaded fteteaiflmegMto) 

Not exempt 



94 

16 



Mfd3 (15 p ptwil,emp«rng&l(ki)n 

Not exempt 



94 

16 



MRftaded RBteaipiwegWtarf^ 

Not exempt 



94 

16 



I^FltftileadefhRtecpeirgfirided) 

Not exempt 



94 

16 



IMRSaded Reteaipiw^Wbi^ 

Not exempt 



102 

16 



NflRfeaded R^teaipm'efWbdj 

Not exempt 



102 

16 



MftfB (15 piwmlpinp8fng6il(k))n 

Not exempt 



102 

16 



Mftfii (15 pp«¥il,emp8h^6illki)n 

Not exempt 



102 

16 



MRSaded Wte^iwjrefMbif) 

Not exempt 



102 

16 



N/IRSaded F^teaipieregfflkit) 

Truck 







N/IRfeaded RdteaiptefegStat) 

Truck 







Mftfi (15 ppml,emp8mg®lk))n 

Truck 







IVIRfeaded RdteaifJHeregfflktf) 

Truck 







NdRSaded ReteaiiMrefSIbif) 

Truck 








VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015185 



hnnuai FuEPA 
2100 
1550 
2050 
2200 
2100 
2100 
2300 
2200 
2400 
2300 
2200 
2050 
2500 
2600 
1950 
2700 
1950 
2600 
2600 
2000 
2600 
2600 
3350 
2400 
2500 
2500 
2500 
2700 
2100 
2200 
2550 
3150 
3350 
4050 
3550 
4050 
3350 
4050 
3550 
4050 
3150 
3150 
3150 
2200 
2700 
2850 
2700 
2850 
2700 
2850 
2850 
2850 


CalciComment City2 FE ( Hwy2 FueComb2 FtLow'd Cit^Low'd Hw Low'd CorCity2 Unai 

2100corrected fuel unit price, engine configuration number changed to #1 for 1.8L engine code CN 
1550 hwy label value correction, Bio-Diesel Max 5% 

2050refresh release date, corrected interior volumes, fuel unit price correction, engine configurati 
2200 refreshed release date, interior volume corrected, engine configuration changed to #2 for 2.0 
2100carline interior volumes corrected from 2 door to 4 door, engine configuration number chang 
2100 

2300manuf confii&natory tgSts used, 3,-gycIe un-rounded city value typo corrected9.5 
2200 

2400eng code ejection, rMnuf confirTnatory tests used 19 

2300manuf confl6matory ttSts used, 3,-gycle city MPG typo correction 19.5 

2200 
2050 
2500 
2600 
1950 
2700 
1950 
2600 
2600 
2000 
2600 

2600FUEL AND GHG RATING CORRECTED TO 5 
33505-yr fuel cost corrected 

2400manuf confli&natory tgits updatd.7 19.2 

2500Corrected C02 typos, corrected round error for highway rounded adjusted C02 value 
2500Eng division correction 

2500 14 19 16 17.4 

2700 5yr fuel cost corrected 

2100Corrected unrounded unadjusted highway and combined C02 values 

2200corrected stop/start indicator, zero set for 5-yr fuel saved instead of zero for spending 

2550 

3150corrected highway C02 adj value 

3350 

4050 

3550 

4050 

3350 

4050 

3550 

4050 

3150 

3150 

3150 Relabel, 50/50 weighting of best and worse (D&S) testing 

2200 5yr fuel savings set to zero instead of spending 

2700 

2850 

2700 

2850 

2700 

2850 maximum ethanol corrected 
2850 maximum ethanol corrected 
2850S/S indicator to yes, back to NO. 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015186 








3000 3000 

2200 2200changed engine configuration number after Verify reassigned numbers on CSI after addition o 

2200 2200changed engine configuration number after Verify reassigned numbers on CSI after addition o 

3000 3000 release date change to March 

3800 3800 9 15 11 10.5 

3350 3350data substitution corrected to no for eng code CYCA, release date change to March 

3800 3800 9 15 11 10.5 

3350 3350 release date change to March 

3800 3800 9 15 11 10.5 

4400 4400 

5700 5700eng code correction 

4400 4400 

4750 4750 

3550 3550Release date change 

4400 4400 corrected carline to Veneno Roadster 477 

1900 1900 

1950 1950corrected combined unrounded unadj value 

2200 2200corrected combined unadjusted unrounded value type 
1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2200 2200 

1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

1950 1950 

2300 2300 

1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2200 2200 

1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2300 2300 

2300 2300 

2850 2850 

2300 2300 

1800 1800 

1750 1750 

1550 1550 hwy label value corrected, Bio-Diesel Max 5% 

1550 1550 relabel with EPA confirmatory tests, Bio-Diesel Max 5% 

2050 2050SMOG corrected to 9 as this is a nationwide Tier 2 BIN 2 and Calif PZEV.....engine code correc 
2050 2050engine code correction to 211 hp code 

1750 1750 

1800 1800fuel consumption and C02 unadj unrounded corrected, max Ethanol to 15% 

2100 21005 yr fuel savings corrected 

1550 1550 release date change, Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2000 2000 

1900 1900 

1550 1550 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2200 2200 

1250 1250 

1900 1900 rounded adjusted highway C02 rounding error corrected 

1900 1900 

1650 1650 EPA confirmatory tests numbers for city highway US06 now included, no label value changes, 

1600 1600corrected C02 values and annual fuel cost corrected, Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2500 2500 

2500 2500 max Ethanol set to 15% 

2500 2500 

2450 2450 corrected fuel economy rating to 5 

3000 3000 

2700 2700S/S set to yes 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015187 




on changed to #1 for 1.8L engine code CNSB 
L engine code CNTC. 

ed to #2 for 2.0L engine code CNTC, GHG rating corrected 


30.8 

23.356 

15.3563 

21.9111 

17.7451 

304 

E 

Ethanol (ESSIpG 

30 

22.7545 

15.0024 

21.384 

17.3296 

287 

E 

Ethanol (ESSIpG 

30.8 

23.356 

15.3563 

21.9111 

17.7451 

304 

E 

Ethanol (EETSIpG 


28.8 22.5882 15.1507 20.5603 17.1855 287 E Ethanol (E8$ipG 

27.1 20.7407 13.7947 19.3602 15.8444 317 E Ethanol (EB'SlpG 


miles per gallon 

miles per gallon 
miles per gallon 


miles per gallon 

miles per gallon 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015188 


f a model running change, this label includes two engine configuration numbers: #2 for engine code CETA and # 4 f 
f a model running change, this label includes two engine configuration numbers: #2 for engine code CETA and # 4 f 


20.8 

13.5107 

8.8115 

15.1054 

10.8449 

262 

E 

Ethanol (EETCIpG 

miles per gallon 

20.5 

13.4531 

8.6127 

14.7094 

10.5874 

262 

E 

Ethanol (E36lpG 

miles per gallon 

20.5 

13.4531 

8.6127 

14.7094 

10.5874 

262 

E 

Ethanol (E80lpG 

miles per gallon 


ted 


EPA reprocessed their confirmatory city and highway tests - corrected unrounded MPG results entered, Bio-Diesel 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015189 



iKRS 


CWVCQ2IHw\ 


2 Comb 




2750 


406 


300 


358 


2750 


2900 


450 


320 


392 


2900 


escriptoiIntake Val Exhaust VCarline Cl Carline Cl 

SIDI; 2 23 Subcompact Cars 

2 23 Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; 2 23 Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; 2 23 Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; 2 23 Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; 2 24 Compact Cars 

SIDI; Under EPA regulations, thg4nanufacti£€rrifp8ii5le6art5e fu 
SIDI; 2 24 Compact Cars 

SIDI; Under EPA regulations, thg3nanufactu$ebcevf^ffi$btKfiafB 
SIDI; Under EPA regulations, thgJnanufactuSebcevf^ffisttKsfa 


SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; FFV; 
SIDI; 

SIDI; 

SIDI; FFV; 
SIDI; 

SIDI; 


23 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 

25 

26 
26 
26 
26 
27 

24 
24 
231 
231 
231 
231 
233 


Subcompact Cars 
Midsize Cars 
Midsize Cars 
Midsize Cars 
Midsize Cars 
Midsize Cars 
Midsize Cars 
Midsize Cars 
Midsize Cars 
Large Cars 
Large Cars 
Large Cars 
Large Cars 
Small Station Wag 
Compact Cars 
Compact Cars 
Small SUV 4WD 
Small SUV 4WD 
Small SUV 4WD 
Small SUV 4WD 
Standard SUV 4W 


SIDI; 

2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; Under EPA regulations, th^5nanufactull^idiseses§alrthe fu 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Cars 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Cars 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015190 






SIDI; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 

or engine code CDMA and ail TT models. 


SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 

or engine code CDMA and all TT models. 


SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 



SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 

4250 711 410 576 

4250 

FFV; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 

4250 726 421 589 

4250 

FFV; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Cars 

4250 726 421 589 

4250 

FFV; 

2 

25 

Midsize Cars 




1 

15 

Midsize Cars 




2 

21 

Two Seaters 




2 

21 

Two Seaters 




2 

21 

Two Seaters 



SIDI & PFI; 

2 

21 

Two Seaters 




2 

21 

Two Seate 



SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 




2 

24 

Compact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 




2 

24 

Compact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 




2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 




2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 




2 

24 

Compact Cars 



Under EPA regulations, the mai2i4facturer r^osBjditteOaiBl eco 



SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 




2 

24 

Compact Cars 




1 

14 

Compact Cars 




1 

14 

Compact Cars 




2 

24 

Compact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 



SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Cars 

Max 5% correction 



2 

25 

Midsize Cars 




2 

25 

Midsize Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Cars 



SIDI; 

2 

230 

Small SUV 2WD 



SIDI; 

2 

231 

Small SUV4WD 




2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 



SIDI; 

2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 



SIDI; 

2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015191 





Sfcr/TruckCalc ApprSales Release DEPA FE Label DatasddrlDjue LaLabel RecRelabel Relabel D< 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycft/feE^014 

16011! 


N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16973 

W: §i N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycleS42^014 

16013 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle€l/il)/3014 

16012! 

|pnN 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclt/tfeE^014 

16197 

1 pN 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

15670 

■■ N 

N 


wel^TSOVIPG city, XN MPG highway, and WL MPG coftddatel;- label val 
car Vehicle Specific 5-cycleS$B^014 15675 N N 

eteconom^l^>eidSt^WalPefe®>&^Vfi)lli4s wet69$SMPG city, XN MPG highway, and JSfclMPG cofWdatel;- label val 
eteconom^terti^dSu^WalPefeVL&ft^^^ wei67S2l|lPG^^™M MPG highway, and M MPG coFWdatel;- label val 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle9/i1Mfl014 

15676 BMBWb 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0/i3b/3O14 

15673 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl^fi^014 

15674 

N 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

16062 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycli/M^014 

15458 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycleQ/i?fi>/3014 

16061 ^^M 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/tMM3014 

15459 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/B^£2014 

15647 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/tefe^014 

15385 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/fe$)/3014 

15456 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/lk&/3014 

15648 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/te!fe/3014 

15386^^^^P 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/fe!fe/3014 

16699 

N 

N 

outs 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

16637 

N 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/4/2014 

16057 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycIe8/i&/61014 

15650^^^^^ 

N 

N 


Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

16034 

N 

N 


Vehicle Specific 5-cycleQ^fi)yS014 

16700 

N 

N 


Vehicle Specific 5-cycte/M^014 

15460 

N 

N 


Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0^^QO14 

16701 

N 

N 

D 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl^£^014 

i54o8 ^^H 

N 

N 

D 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

15711^Hi 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0$M3O14 

15493 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0$fe/3O14 

15497 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0$fi>y&!O14 

15601 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle8/iSM5014 

15598 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0/i!lM5O14 

15492 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle8/i&/3014 

15496 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl/i&/3014 

15600 ^^B 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0/iSM3O14 

15597^^® 

J§J N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0/iSM3O14 

15589^® 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0$fe/3O14 

i559o ^^H 

N 

N 


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car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle8^4^014 

16702 

■■■I N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyde0$fe/3O14 

16064 


N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0$l!)/aoi4 

160671 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0/iSMaol4 

16065] 


N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl$l!)/3014 

16068] 

MBBi N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl/i5M3014 

16066] 


N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0^2^O14 

15576] 


N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle6^2^014 

15575] 


N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/MM2014 

15400] 

BMHI N 

N 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015192 









Vehicle Specific 5-cycle6^fi)3014 N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycMfeS)&1014 16014 ^^»^^S n N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cyclt/tfeE^014 16015® J N N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/aS^014 15558^^M N N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cyclS;/thEiQ014 15654 N N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cyc&/Bfcj&014 15557 N N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cyclfe/M^014 15661 MtMI^SIk N N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cyca/aSia014 15559 N N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/thEia014 15659 N N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle341}61014 15737 N N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/fe$i61014 15692 N N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle7IM6l014 15678 ^^^^^M n N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycleTI44^014 15681 N N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/th2^014 15599H^HHN N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle7f6t/gD14 16523|HMRn N 

car Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 16085 ^^^M n N 

car Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 16169^H^B N N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycfi/aa^014 16170 ^^^M n N 

car Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 16979 N N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cydl/&8^014 16092 ^^^M n N 

car Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 16981^^M N N 

car Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 16086 B8MBIM N N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycfi/aa^014 16088 ^^^Mn N 

car Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 16978 N N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycli;/&8^014 16093 N N 

car Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 16980 N N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycft/tfe4i^014 15689 |N N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycll/th4(6I014 15690 N N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycll/th4^014 15687 N N 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycft/tbt^014 15602 N N 

car Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 16492 N N 

car Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 16198 N N 

car Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 16974 N N 

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car 

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16903 !!§!! 

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N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycIe4/ib6l014 

16904 


N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 

16429 

NhIn 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 

17017 

WtUMH 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycli&/IM^014 

16703||11 

HH N 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/4/2014 

16976 

wm n 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 

16450fjp 


N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycI&/M)/a014 

16222§|1 


N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16977 


N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfi£/fe&/3014 

1638ljj| 


N 

car 

Derived Vehicle SpeeifttfiSCpM 

17041 few 

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N 

car 

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16393il| 

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N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 

16273 


N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 

169821B 

BIIBn 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16983 

fill N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/&(E^3014 

15686M 


N 


Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 

17Q18ljt 

■MIn 

N 


Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 

15611.111 

■■)n 

N 

D 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyc®/th£^014 

15417M 


N 

D 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/1/2014 

15688(1! 

n 

N 

D 

Derived 5-cycle label 9/15/2014 

16838 

N 

N 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015193 







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N N 1.8L Engin«NCode CNSB, CXBB //CNSA, CXBAONTINUOItS VARIABLE VALVE TIMING 

N N Engine CocW CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGoIf, Jetta Engine CcNIe CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N 1.8L EngindCode CNSB, CXBB//CNSA, CXBAONTINUOHS VARIABLE VALVE TIMING 

N N 2.0L EngindCode CNTC Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABdMA^Af€eT£iyHW 6 i 

N N 2.0L EngindCode CNTC Y CONTINUOUS VARIAB&fi<5MA^feTEiyHW6i 

N N N Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABBfAVlftEVIMIIIIKFGBYSTEM 

Ne decreased Engine CocW: CPMB Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABEJAV^EVSMIIIIKIGBYSTEM 

N N N Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABEJA'mEVIMIIIIKFGBYSTEM 

Ne increased Engine CocW: CPMB Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABBIA'IZ^EVIMIIIIKFGSYSTEM 

Ne decreased Engine CocW: CPMB Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABKA'mEVIMIIIIKFGBYSTEM 

N N N Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABBfAV^EVIMIIIIKFGBYSTEM 

N N N Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABKAVlftEVIMIIIIKFGSYSTEM 

N N N Y CONTINUOUS VARIAEABBfAV^EVIMIIIWGBYSTEM 

N N Engine CocW: CTUA Y CONTINUOUS VARIABAB0AV1«EVIMIIIWGBYSTEM 

N N N N N 

N N Engine CocW: CTUA Y CONTINUOUS VARIABAB0AV1«EVIMIIIWGBYSTEM 

N N N N N 

N N Engine CodW:CREC Equipped witYi Start Sto|£0(NJ1N<U6i^^Fn^iAEIipflfi!ffi\raHlffi5BIYSTEM 

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N N Engine Cod£ CTGA. A 8 D^A 8 ti\AattilVStrfr 4 vSitrH]lftedirft^ilfii^^tab^esaMb^>ithBitolet/fcAI^ 2 ktoil 3 te*g 

N N Engine Cocf 6 CTNA wittCSyilifildyHffilfeErctieatktoifttikHnand ixhaust cam timing is electronically con 

N N Engine CocW: CPMB Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABBfAV^EVIMIIIIKFGBYSTEM 

N N Engine CocW CCTA - Q3 models Y CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE VALVE TIMING 

N N Engine CocW CCTA - Q3 models Y CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE VALVE TIMING 

N N Engine CocW: CPMB Y CONTINUOUS VARIAEABBIA'IZ^EVIMIIIWGSYSTEM 

N N Engine CocW: CTUC Y CONTINUOUS VARIABAB0AV1«EVIMIIIWGSYSTEM 

N N N N N 

N N Engine CocW (CHJA) Audi Q5 HybYid CONTINUOUS VARIABAB0AV)ftEVBMllBi0^(i^TEM 

N N Engine codNCNRB N N 

N N Engine CocW (CTWB) Y CONTINUOUS VARIABLE VALVE TIMING 

N N Engine CocW CNDA Y CONTINUOUS INTAKE AND EXHAUST CAM ADJUST 

N N Engine CocW CNDA Y CONTINUOUS INTAKE AND EXHAUST CAM ADJUST 

N N ENGINE CCfSDE CTYA (AUDI R 8 ) Y INLET ANDKDUTLET CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE / M 

N N ENGINE CODE CTYA (AUDI R 8 ) Y INLET ANDKDUTLET CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE / M 

N N Engine CocW CNDA Y CONTINUOUS INTAKE AND EXHAUST CAM ADJUST 

N N Engine CocW CNDA Y CONTINUOUS INTAKE AND EXHAUST CAM ADJUST 

N N ENGINE CODE CTYA (AUDI R 8 ) Y INLET ANDKDUTLET CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE / M 

N N ENGINE CCfSDE CTYA (AUDI R 8 ) Y INLET ANDKDUTLET CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE / M 

N N Engine CocW: CFS Y Continuously intake and exhaust cam adjustment 

N N Engine CocW: CFS Y Continuously intake and exhaust cam adjustment 

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N N Engine CocW CYFB - Audi S3 Y CONTINUOUSLY VARIABtE VrflkVBpMSWG Exhaust 

N N Engine CocW: CTUB Y CONTINUOUS VARIAB&BDAVWEWMIIINGBYSTEM 

N N Engine CocW: CTUB Y CONTINUOUS VARIABADDAVWEWMIIINGBYSTEM 

N N Engine CocW: CTUB Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABBIA'mEVIMIIIIKFGBYSTEM 

N N Engine CocW: CTUB Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABEJAVKHEVIMIIIIKFGBYSTEM 

N N Engine CocW: CTUB Y CONTINUOUS VARIABABDAVieiEVIMIIIIKFGSYSTEM 

N N Engine Cocf£ CEUC. S 6 DeSZtriw 0 tidte of cylindCcBiijrB^cBjblyJiStbyesattfb^xHBSaKtlel^fiidldjsaktoibteicg 

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N N Engine Cod& CYCA. 68 Ddfe 4 bivStiiob(tiefB^^d^b®^S 5 xBji^l(sii 8 tbyes 8 ttSb^>ithB±iKtlet^ 6 Tdidp 2 ktoiteiEg 


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06/20/2017 


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N N Engine CocW: CTUA Y CONTINUOUS VARIAB40DAV)«E\TOM3IIRQBYSTEM 

N N Generations (EVO) 2.0L TFSI witK Audi ValVeCEiySlI&HdCHraYNMElD^^ 

N N Generations (EVO) 2.0L TFSI witK Audi ValVeCHy31l&HdC8raWiE^ 

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N N Engine CocW CVAB. Bentley Contlhental GT ji\JMfFtAWD1®IUJIE]b6C»tfT]INfelOUSLY VARIABLE / M 

N N Engine CodS CYCA. SSDdfedbivttid^efB^Wd^MSp^^ifij^ditad^esaMki^cthBiDEtleJ^ETAidsakteiiiteiig 

N N Engine CocW CVAB. Bentley ContVhental GT jiNJMrFtAWDIffilUQXEIbeC^TittJfelOUSLY VARIABLE / M 

N N Engine CodS CYCA. 68Ddfedbivfit)iiahfuefB^liit1el'^dMp , &5ifij^|dit&d^esaMki^>rthriDfftlet^ETikidsaktoiiteiig 

N N Engine CocW CVAB. Bentley Contlhental GT jddMrFtAWB1@IUJLElb6(M*filNfelOUSLY VARIABLE / M 

N N Y Cylinder dddctivation Varc^lliodeaWiapBbieig^r^ SJcfting of intake and exh 

N N Engine Codld(CBXA). CHARGE AIIYCOOLER ()WB^lA(WH^UTlSfflXZOII^ra/0CM:)f4MBIABLe/2PA/ 

N N Engine CocfS L539B (/EdfiCEHiBNQEAl^, GOfeHM2RAHlfclKElS5)EM HfBaWRQKEjZMUAOS'NVRCWEB: 

N N Engine CocfS L539B ( MMtiRBNffiAift^, ©OfeHMabfeBMaffilSl^M BlffiQWffQKEjZM.trAOS'TIVRiWEBI 

N N ENGINE CODE CSJA (LamborghinYHuracan /INLflo^NQ^ltpTDEGHFIItBiJSUSJdfcWARJABLE / M 

N N Engine CoY ELECTROY HYDRAULN 

N N Engine CodN (CPKA). 1.8L Volkswagen Passd^E§ttNJiBfeblHW,ffitMJUCWTo$Y6TEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine CodN (CPKA). 1.8L Volkswagen Passdt^EgttNJiBAblH^I5tMJUCWToS¥6TEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine CodN (CPLA). 2.0L Jetta, Beetle, BeetiWBIMMikStetsI HYDRAULIC VVT SYSTEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine CodN CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcWle CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N Engine CodN (CPLA). 2.0L Jetta, Beetle, BeetMBEaMkfOMIHYDRAULIC VVT SYSTEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine CodN CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcWle CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N Engine CodN (CPKA). 1.8L Volkswagen Passa^E§AN,liBgblH^,l5tMJUCWTo$Y6TEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine CodN (CPLA). 2.0L Jetta, Beetle, BeetMBDAMikflMIHYDRAULIC VVT SYSTEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine Codllsl CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcWle CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N Engine Codllsl (CPLA). 2.0L Jetta, Beetle, BeetMBDAMMIMIHYDRAULIC VVT SYSTEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine Codllsl CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcWle CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N N Y position ofRhtake/exhaust camshaft electronically 

N N N Y position ofRhtake/exhaust camshaft electronically 

N N N Y position ofRhtake/exhaust camshaft electronically 

N N N Y CONTINUOUS VARIABLE VALVE TIMING 

N N 1.8L EngincNCode CNSB, CXBB//CNSA, CXBAONTINUOWIS VARIABLE VALVE TIMING 

N N 1.8L EngincNCode CNSB, CXBB//CNSA, CXBAONTINUONIS VARIABLE VALVE TIMING 

N N Engine Codllsl CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcWle CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

Ne decreased Engine CodN CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcWle CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N 2.0L EngincNCode CNTC Y CONTINUOUS VARIAB4BdMA^Af€eTHyHW6i 

N N 2.0L EngincNCode CNTC Y CONTINUOUS VARIABAB^AfAfteTSyHNiei 

N N Engine Codllsl (CPKA). 1.8L Volkswagen Passd^E§AN,|iBAblH^,l5tMJUC^^o$Y6TEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine CodN (CPKA). 1.8L Volkswagen Passat HSIAN,l<B6H1^ ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine Codllsl (CPLA). 2.0L Jetta, Beetle, BeetMBDAMkfilMIHYDRAULIC VVT SYSTEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine Codllsl CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcWle CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N Engine Codllsl CBPA N N 

N N Engine Codllsl CBPA N N 

N N Engine Codllsl CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcWle CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N Engine Codllsl (CPLA). 2.0L Jetta, Beetle, BeetMfflMMikflMIHYDRAULIC VVT SYSTEM ON INTAKE C 

»ch for Higiway label N Y MEGAN I ON Battery(s) 

N N Engine Codllsl (CPKA). 1.8L Volkswagen PassaR/l HSIAN,l<B&NW,[B^ ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine CodN (CPKA). 1.8L Volkswagen Passaft^HS1AN,l©SNlHI^,[HS^yCWTdS¥ISTEM ON INTAKE C 

N N Engine CodN CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcWle CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N Engine CodHsi CRUA = Audi A3, VWIGolf, Jetta Engine CcWle CVCA = VW Passat, Beetle, Beetle C 

N N Engine codN: CDVB Y Electronic chbntrol / Hydraulic adjustment 

N N N Y position ofRhtake/exhaust camshaft electronically 

N N N Y position ofRhtake/exhaust camshaft electronically 

N N Engine CocW CNRB N N 

N N N Y INTAKE / EMUST CAM TIMING ADJUSTED HYDRAU 

N N V6 CYLINDER 2 BANK SYSTEM Eng Code CGIMECANICAN HYDRAULIC VVT SYSfffiWfe£^(ls)NTAKE C 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015195 




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tolled and hydraulically adjusted. 


1 Lithium Ion 


266 5.00 37.0On-Board 


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valves only 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015196 




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aust valves on a single camshaft. No change in valve overlaps. 

is in the Bugatti Veyron and Grand Sport. 

DJSDtRQIiNUOUSLY VVT 
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controlled and hydraulically adjusted 
controlled and hydraulically adjusted 

LICALLY AND CONTROLLED ELECTRONICALLY 

AMS 1 NiMH 288 6.00 21.5 On-Board 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015197 




Regen BrcRegen BrcRegen BriBriver CnlFuel Cell [Usable H2Fuel Cell (HEV-EV C# Drive WkMotor Ger 


ericatoavBrd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 


edcatoavBrd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 


Electrical Regen Brakd3oth Y 


1AC Induction 


esdcatobv§rd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 


ericErtDbvBrd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 

esdcBrbbvBrd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 

esdcErbbvBrd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 


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2017-FFP 015198 



edcabovird gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 

edcabm/8rd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 

edcatedvird gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 


Electrical FBRAKE PE Front WheY 


1 Other 


Other BRAKE PEDIMtTiRIGGERIED REGENERATIVE HYDRAULIC MECHANICAL BRAKE SYSTEM lOther 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015199 



fiftftor GerRated Mof Fuel MeteiFuel MeteiFuel MeteiFuel Metei Fuel Cell VOff Board Camless V Oil Viscosi 


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GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

CRD! 

Common Rail Direct Diesel InjectINbn 

5W40 VW 50501 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

CRDI 

Common Rail Direct Diesel InjectNbn 

5W30 VW 50700 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

CRDI 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injectfrbn 

5W30 VW 50700 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W30 VW 50400 / 

CRDI 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 

5W30 VW 50700 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W30 VW 50400 / 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

CRDI 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 

5W30 VW 50700 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

CRDI 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 

5W30 VW 50700 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W/30, VW50400 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W/30, VW50400 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

10W60 VW 50101 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

10W60 VW 50101 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W/30, VW50400 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W/30, VW50400 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

10W60 VW 50101 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct injection 

N 

10W60 VW 50101 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W30 VW 50400 / 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W30 VW 50400 / 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W30 VW 50400 / 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W40 VW 50200 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W30 VW 50400 / 

GDI 

Spark ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W30 VW 50400 / 

GDI 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection 

N 

5W30 VW 50400 / 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015200 



h 

h 

h 


3 PHASEf 28 


3 PHASE CURRENT FIRM. MAGNET 


GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

MFI 

GDI 

MFI 

GDI 

MFI 

MFI 

MFI 

MFI 

MFI 

GDPI 

MFI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

CRDI 

GDI 

CRDI 

GDI 

GDI 

CRDI 

GDI 

CRDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

CRDI 

CRDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

CRDI 

MFI 

MFI 

CRDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

CRDI 

CRDI 

GDI 

GDI 

GDI 

CRDI 

GDI 

GDI 


Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Multipoint/dequential fuel injection 
Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Multipoint/dequential fuel injection 
Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Multipoint/tfequential fuel injectWm 
Multipoint/sequential fuel injection 
Multipoint/sequential fuel injection 
Multipoint/sequential fuel injection 
Multipoint/sequential fuel injection 
Spark Ignition direct & ported injection 

Multipoints N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 
Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 
Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 
Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Common Rail Direct Diesel InjectMm 
Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 
Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 
Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Common Rail Direct Diesel Injecthbn 
Multipoint/sequential fuel injectWm 
Multipoint/sequential fuel injection 
Common Rail Direct Diesel InjectNm 
Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark IgnitN N N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Common Rail Direct Diesel InjectNm 
Common Rail Direct Diesel InjectNm 
Spark ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Injection N 

Common Rail Direct Diesel InjectINbn 
Spark ignition Direct Injection N 

Spark Ignition Direct Iftjection N 


5W40 VW 50200 

5W40 

5W40 

5W30 VW 50400 / 
5W30 VW 504 00 
5W30 VW 50400 / 
5W30 VW 504 00 
5W30 VW 50400 / 
5W30 VW 504 00 
0W40 / VW50200 
10W60 VW 50101 
5W30 VW 50400 / 
5W30 VW 50400 / 
5W30 VW 50400 

5W30 VW 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W-40 VW50200 
5W40 / VW50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50200 

5W40 VW 

5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50501 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W30 VW 50700 
5W40 VW 50200 
5W40 VW 50200 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015201 



Stop/StartStop/StartTrans in FETraits as I Model TypChargeBe Charge ® Charge SuiCharge SuiEPA Calcul 


N 

No 

Auto(AM-S£)jto(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-S£^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-S£^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AV-S8$uto(AV-S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Manual(M®$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Manual(M®$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AV-S8)uto(AV-S8)udi A6 CVT 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) Audi A6 quattro 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N50700 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

NS0700 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) Audi Q7 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SAjtito(AM-S7) 

N 

No 

Manual(M®$anual(M6) 

iy 50500 

No 

Auto(AM-SA|ito(AM-S7) 

iy 50500 

No 

Manual(M®$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

N 

No 

Manual(M®$anual(M6) 

iy 50500 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

iy 50500 

No 

Manual(M0$anual(M6) 

150700 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

150700 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

150700 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-S£^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

N 

No 

Manual(M0$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

N 

No 

Manual(M®$anuaI(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^Jto(AM-S7) 

150700 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

150700 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

150700 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015202 







N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM -Sty Coupe quattro 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-S£^to(AM-Sf^ Coupe quattro 

(30700 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

(30700 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

(30700 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

j*VW50500No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

iy 50500 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

N50700 

Yes 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

\S0700 

Yes 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S7) 

$0700 

No 

Auto(AM-SAuto(AM-SVENENO 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M$$anual(M5) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA|jto(A(VI-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA|ito(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M0$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M®$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-S£|ito(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M6$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M(B$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-S£|ito(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M0$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-S£|ito(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M3$anual(M5) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M®$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M0$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(MS$anual(M5) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) Jetta Base 

N 

No 

Manual(M3$anual(M5) 

N 

No 

Manual(M®jflanual(M6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M0$anual(M6) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(AM-SAuto(AM-S 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M3$anual(M5) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M(B$anual(M6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SA^to(AM-S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) Tiguan front 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) Touareg Hybrid 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015203 



m&m® 



^Bepa Calculated Gas GG£Aatfengj(GHG R, 

atin#1 Smog R#1 Mfr 

Sm #1 EPA SmSmartWay 

34.9 


7 

7FVGAV02.0APA 

9 

48.3 


8 

8FVGAV02.0VAL 

5 

36.2 


7 

7FVGAV02.0APA 

9 

34.3 


6 

6FVGAV02.0APA 

9 

35.2 


7 

7FVGAV02.0APA 

9 

35.4 


7 

7FVGAV02.0AUB 

5 

32.3 


6 

6FVGAJ02.0AUF 

5 

33.1 


6 

6FVGAV02.0AUB 

5 

31.4 


6 

6FVGAJ02.0AUF 

5 

32.3 


6 

6FVGAJ02.0AUF 

5 

33.1 


6 

6FVGAV02.0AUB 

5 

36.9 


7 

7FVGAV02.0AUB 

5 

30.0 


5 

5 FVGAV02.0AUB 

5 

28.1 


5 

5 FVGAJ03.0AUD 

5 

37.7 


7 

6FVGAJ03.0NU4 

5 

27.9 

■■SBl 

5 

5 FVGAJ03.0AUD 

5 

37.7 


7 

6FVGAJ03.0NU4 

5 

28.8 


5 

5 FVGAV03.0AUE 

5 

28.0 

■Bl» 

5 

5 FVGAV04.0NUA 

5 

36.9 


7 

6FVGAJ03.0NU4 

5 

28.8 


5 

5 FVGAV03.0AUE 

5 

27.6 


5 

5 FVGAV04.0NUA 

5 

21.1 


4 

4FVGAV06.3VUM 

5 

31.2 


6 

6FVGAJ02.0AUF 

5 

30.0 


5 

5 FVGAV02.0AUA 

5 

29.5 


5 

5 FVGAV02.0AUA 

5 

29.6 


5 

5 FVGAJ02.0AUF 

5 

27.2 

mSBk 

5 

5 FVGAJ03.0AUD 

5 

34.3 


7 

5 FVGAJ03.0NU4 

5 

34.0 


6 

6FVGAT02.0AUH 

5 

28.1 


5 

4FVGAT03.0NU3 

5 

23.1 


4 

4FVGAT03.0ALT 

5 

20.7 


4 

4FVGAV04.2NLC 

5 

17.2 


2 

2FVGAV04.2NLC 

5 

19.6 

■■■ 

3 

3 FVGAV05.2NLD 

5 

17.0 


2 

2FVGAV05.2NLD 

5 

20.7 

ImBB 

4 

4FVGAV04.2NLC 

5 

17.2 


2 

2FVGAV04.2NLC 

5 

19.6 


3 

3 FVGAV05.2NLD 

5 

17.0 


2 

2FVGAV05.2NLD 

5 

22.8 


4 

4FVGAV04.2NLB 

5 

22.6 


4 

4FVGAV04.2NLB 

5 

22.6 

BBB 

4 

4FVGAV04.0NUA 

5 

33.2 


6 

6FVGAV02.0AUA 

5 

26.9 


5 

5FVGAJ03.0AUD 

5 

23.5 


5 

5FVGAJ03.0AUD 

5 

26.9 


5 

5FVGAJ03.0AUD 

5 

23.5 


5 

5FVGAJ03.0AUD 

5 

26.4 


5 

5FVGAJ03.0AUD 

5 

25.4 


5 

5FVGAV04.0NUA 

5 

25.4 


5 

5FVGAV04.0NUA 

5 

25.0 


5 

5FVGAV04.0NUA 

5 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015204 









24.9 
33.3 

33.3 

23.7 

19.5 

21.9 

18.3 

21.9 

18.3 

15.9 

12.6 

16.4 

14.6 
20.0 

15.8 
37.0 

35.9 

33.9 

46.6 
33.1 

46.4 

35.9 

33.3 

45.8 

33.1 

45.3 

32.2 

31.4 

24.8 

32.4 

38.9 

39.3 

48.3 

48.2 

35.9 

35.8 

39.4 

38.4 

34.8 

49.2 

34.9 

35.9 

48.7 
34.0 

60.8 

37.7 

37.3 

46.2 

46.9 

28.5 

29.7 

29.6 
29.6 
25.0 

28.2 



4FVGAJ03.0AUD 

6FVGAV02.0AUA 

6FVGAV02.0AUA 

4FVGAV04.0NUA 

3 FVGAV06.0VLN 

4FVGAV04.0NUA 

3 FVGAV06.0VLN 

4FVGAV04.0NUA 

3 FVGAV06.0VLN 

1FVGAV06.8ELP 

1FVGAV08.0GLB 

1FVGAV06.5LLR 

1FVGAV06.5LLR 

3 FVGAV05.2NLE 

1 FVGAV06. 

7FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VPD 

6FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VAL 

6FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VAL 

7FVGAV02.0VPD 

6FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VAL 

6FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VAL 

6FVGAJ02.0VUE 

6FVGAJ02.0VUE 

5FVGAV03.6VUF 

6FVGAV02.0VSE 

7FVGAV02.0APA 

7FVGAV02.0APA 

8FVGAV02.0VAL 

8FVGAV02.0VAL 

7FVGAV02.0APA 

7FVGAV02.0APA 

7FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VPD 

8FVGAV02.0VAL 

6FVGAV02.0VUC 

7FVGAV02.0VUC 

8FVGAV02.0VAL 

6FVGAV02.0VPD 

10 FVGAV01. 

7FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VPD 

7FVGAV02.0VAL 

7FVGAV02.0VAL 

5FVGAV03.6VUG 

5FVGAJ02.0VUE 

5FVGAJ02.0VUE 

5FVGAT03.0NU2 

4FVGAT03.6VUK 

5FVGAT03.0VUH 


5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

7 

7 

7 

5 

7 

5 

7 

7 

5 

7 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

9 

9 

5 

5 

9 

9 

7 

7 

7 

5 

5 

5 

5 

7 

7 

7 

7 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015205 























































Smog R#3 Mfr Srm#3 EPA SmSmartWay 


g R#4 Mfr Sim 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015206 




FVGAV02.0VBD 5 
FVGAV02.0VBD 5 
FVGAV02.0VBD 5 

FVGAV02.0VBD 5 

FVGAV02.0VBD 5 
FVGAV02.0VBD 5 

FVGAV02.0VBD 5 

FVGAV02.0VPE 7 
FVGAV02.0VPE 7 

FVGAV02.0VBD 5 
FVGAV02.0VBD 5 
FVGAV02.0VBD 5 

FVGAV02.0VBD 5 

FVGAV02.0VBD 5 
FVGAV02.0VBD 5 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015207 



!Y&QiSiefc£ Vfofl RHwy C02 (Comb C02C02- VoluiC02- VoluiC02-Vol In 


500 


379 

267 

328 

3250 


326 

236 

285 

750 


362 

256 

314 

0 


379 

280 

334 

500 


366 

271 

323 

500 


374 

280 

332 


500 

415 

295 

361 

0 


398 

277 

343 


1000 

424 

303 

370 


500 

415 

295 

361 

0 


398 

277 

343 

750 


360 

272 

320 


1500 

452 

306 

386 


2000 

482 

326 

412 

1250 


416 

267 

349 


2500 

493 

321 

416 

1250 


416 

267 

349 


2000 

473 

303 

397 


2000 

484 

299 

401 

1000 


426 

280 

360 


2000 

473 

303 

397 


2000 

492 

310 

410 


5750 

640 

403 

534 


1000 

420 

317 

373 


1500 

451 

313 

389 


1500 

446 

316 

387 


1500 

452 

322 

393 


2500 

496 

347 

429 

500 


430 

328 

385 

0 


369 

298 

337 


1750 

541 

369 

464 


4750 

570 

409 

498 


5750 

656 

394 

538 


9250 

772 

439 

622 


6750 

686 

400 

557 


9250 

753 

454 

618 


5750 

656 

394 

538 


9250 

772 

439 

622 


6750 

686 

400 

557 


9250 

753 

454 

618 


4750 

562 

379 

480 


4750 

558 

398 

486 


4750 

614 

355 

497 

0 


381 

289 

340 


2500 

488 

321 

413 


3250 

519 

341 

439 


2500 

488 

321 

413 


3250 

519 

341 

439 


2500 

500 

341 

428 


3250 

531 

330 

441 


3250 

531 

330 

441 


3250 

534 

331 

442 


06/20/2017 2017-FFP 015208 










4000 

528 

373 

458 

0 


395 

284 

345 

0 


395 

284 

345 


4000 

580 

347 

475 


8000 

710 

421 

580 


5750 

638 

370 

517 


8000 

736 

443 

604 


5750 

638 

370 

517 


8000 

736 

443 

604 


11000 

840 

501 

688 


17500 

1050 

599 

847 


11000 

836 

481 

676 


12750 

902 

547 

742 


6750 

629 

441 

544 


11000 

831 

523 

692 

1500 


357 

270 

318 

1250 


372 

270 

326 

0 


377 

302 

343 

2750 


332 

251 

295 

0 


393 

292 

347 

2750 


333 

251 

296 

1250 


369 

274 

326 


500 

392 

314 

357 

2750 


335 

256 

300 

0 


393 

292 

347 

2750 


344 

254 

303 


500 

402 

284 

349 


500 

428 

278 

361 


3250 

523 

351 

446 


500 

405 

292 

354 

2000 


352 

247 

305 

2250 


350 

240 

300 

3250 


326 

236 

285 

3250 


334 

227 

286 

750 


358 

271 

319 

750 


355 

258 

311 

2250 


347 

238 

298 

2000 


351 

239 

301 

500 


379 

281 

334 

3250 


324 

228 

281 

1000 


395 

265 

337 

1500 


357 

259 

313 

3250 


332 

223 

283 

0 


389 

274 

338 

4750 


212 

185 

200 

1500 


363 

247 

311 

1500 


366 

251 

314 

2750 


344 

243 

298 

3000 


341 

234 

293 


1500 

449 

319 

390 


1500 

431 

344 

392 


1500 

435 

344 

394 


1250 

517 

351 

442 


4000 

520 

391 

462 


2500 

447 

372 

413 


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06/20/2017 


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309.0 

191.0 

255.9 

378.7 

267.1 

328.5 

247.7 

165.1 

210.5 

325.6 

236.3 

285.4 

289.0 

188.0 

243.6 

362.1 

255.5 

314.1 

305.0 

200.0 

257.8 

378.6 

280.1 

334.3 

294.0 

198.0 

250.8 

366.0 

271.0 

323.2 

292.0 

199.0 

250.2 

373.7 

280.2 

331.6 

327.0 

210.0 

274.4 

415.0 

295.0 

361.0 

321.2 

202.4 

267.7 

398.0 

276.6 

343.4 

335.0 

216.0 

281.4 

424.4 

303.1 

369.8 

327.0 

210.0 

274.4 

415.0 

295.0 

361.0 

321.2 

202.4 

267.7 

398.0 

276.6 

343.4 

282.0 

189.0 

240.2 

360.0 

272.0 

320.4 

358.0 

219.0 

295.4 

452.0 

306.0 

386.3 

383.5 

233.0 

315.8 

481.7 

326.0 

411.6 

331.0 

194.0 

269.4 

415.7 

267.3 

348.9 

385.0 

236.0 

318.0 

492.9 

320.9 

415.6 

331.0 

194.0 

269.4 

415.7 

267.3 

348.9 

376.5 

225.0 

308.3 

473.4 

302.9 

396.7 

391.0 

224.0 

315.9 

483.9 

299.0 

400.7 

339.0 

198.0 

275.6 

425.6 

280.1 

360.1 

376.5 

225.0 

308.3 

473.4 

302.9 

396.7 

396.0 

226.0 

319.5 

492.3 

309.7 

410.1 

515.0 

310.0 

422.8 

640.3 

403.3 

533.6 

331.0 

226.0 

283.8 

419.7 

316.6 

373.3 

357.5 

223.0 

297.0 

451.0 

312.5 

388.7 

357.0 

230.0 

299.9 

445.6 

315.7 

387.1 

358.0 

230.0 

300.4 

451.6 

321.9 

393.2 

390.0 

251.0 

327.4 

496.0 

347.0 

429.0 

348.0 

231.0 

295.4 

430.5 

328.5 

384.6 

380.0 

223.0 

309.4 

369.0 

298.0 

337.0 

446.0 

260.0 

362.3 

541.0 

369.0 

463.6 

458.0 

295.0 

384.6 

569.6 

409.5 

497.6 

540.6 

299.8 

432.3 

656.3 

394.3 

538.4 

651.3 

362.7 

521.4 

771.6 

439.1 

622.0 

577.0 

309.4 

456.6 

685.6 

400.2 

557.2 

646.3 

377.5 

525.3 

753.1 

454.0 

618.5 

540.6 

299.8 

432.3 

656.3 

394.3 

538.4 

651.3 

362.7 

521.4 

771.6 

439.1 

622.0 

577.0 

309.4 

456.6 

685.6 

400.2 

557.2 

646.3 

377.5 

525.3 

753.1 

454.0 

618.5 

466.0 

296.0 

389.5 

562.0 

379.0 

479.6 

463.0 

307.0 

392.8 

558.0 

398.0 

486.0 

499.5 

269.5 

396.0 

613.8 

354.8 

497.3 

311.0 

214.0 

267.4 

381.4 

289.2 

339.9 

396.0 

248.0 

329.4 

488.0 

321.0 

412.8 

443.0 

266.0 

363.4 

519.0 

341.0 

438.9 

396.0 

248.0 

329.4 

488.0 

321.0 

412.8 

443.0 

266.0 

363.4 

519.0 

341.0 

438.9 

401.0 

256.0 

335.8 

500.0 

341.0 

428.4 

427.7 

252.5 

348.9 

530.7 

330.5 

440.6 

427.7 

252.5 

348.9 

530.7 

330.5 

440.6 

444.0 

243.0 

353.6 

534.0 

330.6 

442.5 


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06/20/2017 


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427.0 

269.0 

355.9 

528.0 

372.7 

312.7 

210.3 

266.6 

395.4 

284.3 

312.7 

210.3 

266.6 

395.4 

284.3 

462.0 

263.0 

372.4 

580.0 

347.0 

576.0 

314.0 

458.1 

709.5 

420.8 

511.0 

278.0 

406.2 

638.3 

369.6 

617.0 

333.0 

489.2 

736.3 

442.9 

511.0 

278.0 

406.2 

638.3 

369.6 

617.0 

333.0 

489.2 

736.3 

442.9 

690.0 

408.0 

563.1 

840.4 

501.0 

885.0 

495.0 

709.5 

1050.0 

599.0 

705.0 

353.0 

546.6 

836.0 

481.0 

771.0 

418.0 

612.2 

902.0 

547.0 

524.0 

346.0 

443.9 

628.6 

441.0 

708.0 

392.0 

565.8 

831.0 

523.0 

277.9 

191.7 

239.1 

357.0 

270.4 

290.3 

191.7 

245.9 

371.7 

270.4 

306.6 

211.2 

263.7 

377.1 

302.3 

253.0 

176.0 

218.4 

331.8 

251.0 

322.0 

206.1 

269.8 

392.7 

291.6 

254.0 

176.0 

218.9 

333.0 

251.0 

287.7 

194.3 

245.7 

368.6 

273.9 

308.8 

219.0 

268.4 

392.5 

313.5 

256.0 

180.0 

221.8 

335.4 

256.4 

322.0 

206.1 

269.8 

392.7 

291.6 

263.0 

178.0 

224.8 

343.6 

253.7 

327.7 

209.1 

274.3 

402.3 

284.1 

347.4 

204.8 

283.2 

428.4 

278.4 

434.0 

265.0 

358.0 

523.0 

351.0 

321.0 

213.0 

272.4 

404.7 

291.7 

274.0 

174.0 

229.0 

352.4 

246.5 

272.0 

169.0 

225.6 

350.1 

239.8 

247.7 

165.1 

210.5 

325.6 

236.3 

255.0 

158.0 

211.4 

334.2 

226.8 

288.0 

195.0 

246.2 

358.0 

270.7 

294.0 

191.0 

247.7 

354.6 

257.9 

269.6 

168.0 

223.9 

347.2 

238.5 

272.8 

168.4 

225.8 

351.0 

239.0 

302.4 

201.2 

256.9 

378.6 

280.6 

246.0 

159.0 

206.8 

323.6 

228.1 

310.0 

188.0 

255.1 

394.9 

265.4 

302.0 

179.0 

246.6 

356.6 

259.3 

253.0 

155.0 

208.9 

331.8 

222.7 

316.2 

198.2 

263.1 

389.2 

274.4 

155.0 

136.0 

146.4 

PI 1 Q 

184.8 

283.0 

174.7 

234.3 

363.0 

247.5 

285.3 

177.3 

236.7 

365.8 

251.0 

263.0 

170.0 

221.2 

343.6 

242.9 

261.0 

163.0 

217.0 

341.3 

233.5 

372.0 

238.0 

311.7 

449.0 

319.0 

340.8 

246.4 

298.3 

431.3 

344.0 

343.9 

246.4 

300.0 

435.0 

344.0 

422.0 

248.0 

343.7 

517.0 

351.0 

416.0 

281.0 

355.2 

520.1 

390.6 

354.0 

267.0 

314.8 

446.9 

371.8 


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458.1 

345.4 

345.4 

475.2 

579.6 

517.4 

604.3 

517.4 

604.3 

687.7 
847.0 

676.2 

742.2 

544.2 

692.4 
318.0 

326.1 

343.4 

295.4 

347.2 

296.1 
326.0 
357.0 

299.8 

347.2 

303.2 

349.2 

360.9 

445.6 

353.9 

304.7 

300.5 

285.4 

285.9 

318.7 

311.1 

298.3 

300.6 

334.5 

280.6 

336.6 

312.8 

282.7 

337.5 

199. f 

311.0 

314.1 

298.3 

292.8 

390.5 
392.0 
394.0 

442.3 

461.8 

413.1 


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Vol HigherFinal LabelEPA_FUEL EPA_GHG.EPA_AMT 


N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

4.2 

4.2 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

3.4 

3.4 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

3.4 

3.4 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

4.2 

4.2 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

7.1 

7.1 

N 

6.2 

6.2 

N 

7.1 

7.1 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

7.1 

7.1 

N 

6.2 

6.2 

N 

7.1 

7.1 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

5.0 

5.0 


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N 

5.3 

5.3 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

5.3 

5.3 

N 

6.7 

6.7 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

6.7 

6.7 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

6.7 

6.7 

N 

7.7 

7.7 

N 

10.0 

10.0 

N 

7.7 

7.7 

N 

8.3 

8.3 

N 

6.2 

6.2 

N 

7.7 

7.7 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

3.4 

3.4 

N 

3.3 

3.3 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.3 

3.3 

N 

3.4 

3.4 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

2.2 

2.2 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

5.3 

5.3 

N 

4.8 

4.8 


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Mr Richard E Thomas Jr 
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06/20/2017 


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To: Good, David[good.david@epa.gov] 

From: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Sent: Tue 9/9/2014 5:33:53 PM 

Subject: RE: 2015 FE Guide 


Thank you Dave; I just corrected the stop/start indicator to read yes. 


From: Good, David [mailto:good.david@epa.gov] 
Sent: Tuesday, September 09, 2014 12:28 PM 
To: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Subject: 2015 FE Guide 


Richard, 


Attached is the data I sent to DOE on 8/29/2014 for the 2015 Printed Guide. 


I guess there was one error in the Jetta Hybrid (which I corrected). Please revise Verify when 
you get a chance. 


Thanks 


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Sent: Tue 9/9/2014 8:42:34 PM 

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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Tue 9/9/2014 8:42:36 PM 

Subject: DAILY: Dodge Challenger Hellcat dealer ordering begins | U.S. sales strength will hold through 
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changing its normal allocation methods to make sure 
the high-powered coupe gets into the hands of waiting 
enthusiasts.... » READ 



U.S. sales strength will hold 
through the year, Edmunds says 

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To: 

i Ex. 7 

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From: 

Snyder, Jim 

Sent: 

Wed 9/10/2014 1:54:08 PM 

Subject: 

RE: VW Durability Plan for 2016 

Thanks, 

I’ll look it over. 


From: [ ex.~ 7 ~i @vw.com1 

Sent: Tuesday, September 09, 2014 10:32 AM 
To: Snyder, Jim 

Cc: f Ex .~7 

Subject: VW Durability Plan for 2016 


Hello Jim, 

We have uploaded to the Verify system a request for EPA approval relating to the cany over of 
VW Group’s Durability Plan for the 2016 model year. Please review and approve this plan at 
your earliest convenience. 


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...SavJ.er.@j.mL$nyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

Ex. 6 | 

l ’Wed 9/10/20i4 6:52:59 PM 
Fwd: [Fueleconomy] Recall Affects Mileage 


Mr. Snyder, 


Was wondering if you got a response from VW yet. I see a lot of complaints on the message 
boards about low gas milage for the Jetta Hybrid. Consumer Reports test of the 2013 Jetta 
hybrid resulted in a 37 mpg combined average. My personal experience was that the recall 
transmission modification dropped my combined average gas milage by 4 mpg. Don’t know if 
this was due to the characteristics of the mod itself or errors made in implementing the mod. It 
will be interesting to see how VW responds and if the car should be retested. 


Thanks, 

Ex. 6 


Begin forwarded message: 


From; Ex. 6 


Ex. 6 


SubjecfrR'el'[FueTecroTiamyfKBcafr»TTdcts Mileage 


Date: August 28, 2014 at 9:53:35 PM EDT 

To: "Snyder, Jim" < Snvder.Jim@epa.gov > 


Mr. Snyder, 


Thank you very much for your reply. I look forward to hearing what response you get from 
VW and if you think their FE tests should be redone with possible changes in the advertised 
EPA mpg ratings. 

.Ex. 6.1 


On Aug 28, 2014, at 4:41 PM, Snyder, Jim < SiivderJim@epa.gov > wrote: 


i Ex. 6 i 

i_j 

I am in the Compliance Division and your email thread just made its way to me 
today. Historically the EPA was only interested in the possible emissions 
effects and not in any FE effects due to manufacturer recall campaigns or 
service bulletins. With the passing of the Greenhouse Gas Regulations such 
possible fuel economy changes could impact the manufacturer’s declared C02 
output and their reported calculations could require revision. I do not think 
there is anything in the GHG regs with regard to the customer but some 


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companies whose FE was found incorrect have voluntarily compensated 
customers on their own or through Class action agreements. 

I was not aware of this particular VW recall until now so I am not familiar with 
the details of it. Just reading it I don’t see mention of a calibration change. 
For starters, I will ask VW for a more detailed description of everything that is 
done for this campaign and what effect it has on fuel economy. 


Jim Snyder 

Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
Compliance Division 

United States Environmental Protection Agency 

snvder.iim@epa.gov 


From: Pugliese, Holly On Behalf Of Compliancelnfo 
Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2014 11:05 AM 

To: Snyder, Jim 

Subject: FW: [Fueleconomy] Recall Affects Mileage 

Hi Jim. This long email trail just came to the compliance info box. This is the first time 
I’m seeing it there, but take a look and see if there is anything that can be said. 

Thanks. 


Holly Pugliese 

Office of Transportation and Air Quality 

US EPA 


From: 


Ex. 6 


Ex. 6 


Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2014 10:59 AM 
To: Compliancelnfo 

Subject: Fwd: [Fueleconomy] Recall Affects Mileage 


Please respond to this question as stated in the email thread below. 


If a manufacturer recalls a car to make safety changes, and 
the changes result in lower gas milage, what is the 
manufacturer’s responsibility to the customer who bought the 
car based on its gas milage performance? 


Ex. 6 i 

I_i 


Begin forwarded message: 


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From: i .Ex. 6.p- Ex6 

Subject: Re: [FueIeconomy]T^ecairAffecTs MFfeage 
Date: August 14, 2014 at 4:42:29 PM EDI 
To: FuelEconomy < fueleconomv@ornl.qov > 


Thanks. 1 will look forward to their response. 


I know ERA was involved with Ford and their low milage, but that was due to 
testing errors and not a recall. Maybe if low milage exists for any reason, ERA 
would be interested in verifying that their ratings are not flawed, especially if 
there is evidence of lower than rated milage by independent testers or 

consumer real world experience in general. 


j Ex. 6 

i_ 


On Aug 14, 2014, at 4:30 PM, FuelEconomy < fueleconofny@oml.gov > wrote: 


Ex. 6 


Your email was re-sent to the EPA yesterday and this afternoon we received a 
response that it has been forwarded to one of their certification representatives 
with a request for him to respond to you. The EPA will have to clarify their 
position on this but it is likely a complicated issue without a simple answer. 
There was a case in the past involving Honda Civic Hybrids that were recalled 
and it was claimed by many consumers that the recall work lowered their fuel 
economy. There were quite a number of complaints and ultimately it was 
settled in court as a class action lawsuit between the affected consumers and 
Honda but the EPA did not get actively involved to our knowledge. The EPA is 
responsible for ensuring that Federal procedures are followed during 
certification and that no errors are made but assuming that the manufacture 
certified the vehicle correctly and in good faith, future unanticipated work 
performed on a model may be outside of EPA's scope unless there is sufficient 

data to force an investigation. 

Hopefully the EPA will respond to your email this time. We 
at www.fueleconomv.gov get our data from the EPA but we are not in a 
position to speak on EPA's behalf about their policies regarding investigations 
and enforcement. If you do not hear back in the next week or so, we can only 
suggest contacting them directly at: http://www.epa.gov/otaq/oms-cmt.htm . 

Sincerely, 

www.fueleconomv.gov 


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rffrr. 


—Original Message— 

F rom :f 1x76 ex. o 

Sent: Wednesday, August 13, 2014 12:15 PM 

To: FuelEconomy 

Subject: Re: [Fueleconomy] Recall Affects Mileage 

S haven't heard anything from EPA. Could you check the status on this and let 
me know if 1 will be hearing from them soon, or should I contact someone 

specifically? 


| Ex76 j 

L_i 


On Aug 1,2014, at 6:10 PM, FuelEconomy < fueleconomv@ornl.qov > wrote: 


Ex. 6 


Thank you for the additional information. This has been forwarded on to our 
contact at EPA. He will likely respond to you directly but if we hear back on this 

we will forward that response to you. 

Sincerely, 

www.fueleconomv.gov 


-Original Message— 

From: I .Ex.’6 . hailtof . Ex- 6. 1 

Senti'FrraaypAU'gdst 01,2014 12:54 PM 

To: FuelEconomy 

Subject: Re: [Fueleconomy] Recall Affects Milage 
Thank you. Here are the details. 

I bought a 2013 Jetta Hybrid that is mpg rated at 48 highway, 45 combined, 
and 42 city. I worked real hard at learning how to drive this car so I could 
consistently get 45 mpg average. Then, at 8630 miles I took it in for a factory 
safety recall that changed the transmission synthetic fluid to a mineral based 
fluid and reprogramed the transmission control software. 

Since then I have not been able to ever achieve the 45 mpg average again 
even with the same or even more careful driving protocol. 41 to 42mpg 


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average is the best I can do. I took it to the dealer at 14,961miles. They tested 
the car and recorded and documented a mpg of 36.2, even worse than mine. 

A VW corporate troubleshooter then tested the car on the interstate at a 
steady 70 mph for 55 miles and recorded and documented 46.1 mpg. He then 
declared there was nothing wrong with the car and that it was within the 

estimated mpg ratings. 


I am dissatisfied with the VW response because I believe the car is now 
different than the car I bought and is underperforming the rated mpg. 

My question is, what is the manufacturer's responsibility to the customer who 
bought this car based in large part on its advertised gas milage performance? 


.Sincerely, 

Ex. 6 



On Aug 1, 2014, at 11:10 AM, FuelEconomy < fueleconofny@oml.gov > wrote: 


Helld Ex. 6 ! 

L_j 

Thank you for contacting us. The Fuel Economy Website is produced at 

J kJ J i 

Oak Ridge National Laboratory with data supplied to us by the EPA. If you 
would like to provide us with details about your vehicle and the recall work 
done that may affect fuel economy, we would be happy to forward that to our 
contact at the EPA for a response. Alternatively, you could contact the EPA 
directly. The EPA's Office of Transportation and Air Quality is responsible for 
all vehicle testing, certification, and labeling. Their testing facility is located in 

Ann Arbor, Michigan and can be found on the web 
at: http://www.epa.gov/nvfel/ Their main contact page is 
at: http://www.epa.gov/otaq/oms-cmt.htm . You could also send an email 
to complianceinfo@epa.gov . Sorry we cannot provide you with a direct answer 

but this must be addressed by the EPA. 

Sincerely, 

www.fueleconomv.gov 


—Original Message-- 

F rom i_Ex. 6_ pan ex. 6 

Sent: Thu rsd ay,’J u !y3T:7QT4'4: T7PM . 

To: FuelEconomy 

Subject: [Fueleconomy] Recall Affects Milage 


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If a manufacturer recalls a car to make safety changes, and the changes result 
in lower gas milage, what is the manufacturer's responsibility to the customer 
who bought the car based on its gas milage performance? 


Ex. 6 


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Ex. 6 


To: 

From: 

Sent: 

Subject: 


l Ba(T''JoeT- 

Wed 9/10/2014 8:31:00 PM 

RE: Emissions Warranty-8/80 EPA-420-F-09-048 


Hello 


Ex. 6 


As you pointed out, the Clean Air Act allows the EPA to designate other components as 
specified major emission control components subject to the 8 year /80,000 mile warranty if the 
(A) the device or component was not in general use on vehicles and engines manufactured prior 
to the model year1990; and(B) the Administrator determines that the retail cost(exclusive of 
installation costs) of such device or component exceeds $200 (in 1989 dollars). This does not 
mean that any component that meets these 2 requirements is automatically covered under the 8 
year 80,000 mile warranty. At this point, EPA has not added any components to the list of 
specified major emission control components. 


The regulations you pointed out in 85.2103 pre-date the 1990 amendments to the Clean Air Act 
which specified the warranty period as 2 years or 24,000 miles for emissions control 
components and 8 years or 80,000 miles for the specified major emission control components. 
The fact that your state requires you to pass emissions tests means that you qualify for the 
emissions performance warranty, however, it does not override the warranty limitations specified 
in the Clean Air Act. I am afraid there is nothing EPA can do to assist you in filing a warranty 
claim in this case due to the fact that you are outside the warranty period specified in the Clean 
Air Act. 


Best regards, 


Joel Ball 

Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
Compliance Division 

United States Environmental Protection Agency 

(734) 214-4238 

ball.joel@epa.gov 


Ex. 6 


From: 

Sent: Wednesday, September 10, 2014 2:46 PM 
To: Ball, Joel 

Subject: RE: Emissions Warranty-8/80 EPA-420-F-09-048 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


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Hi Mr. Ball, 


I appreciate your quick response in addressing my question. I have some additional questions; 
please forward my inquiries to the necessary people if you are not the correct point of contact. 


I have reviewed the federal emissions warranty requirements from the link you provided me. I do 
understand that the warranty only specifies three major emission control components (catalytic 
converter, ECU, and OBD) explicitly. However, on page 4, in the last paragraph, it states “In the 
future, there may he other parts or components that qualify for this coverage.” 


I do believe the AdBlue heater should be considered as “other parts.” My car is a diesel vehicle 
and has a diesel particulate filter (DPF) which requires the use of adblue to properly function and 
meet federal emissions requirements. Diesel particulate filters and adblue were not in use as of 
the initial drafting of the federal emissions warranty you provided me; and therefore, this point in 
time should be considered “In the future.” 


Without a properly functioning AdBlue heater, the car cannot meet these requirements. 
Furthermore, my state requires me to pass emissions tests, I cannot pass the test. Based on 40 
CFR 85.2103, the vehicle manufacture shall be required to remedy this issue. 


I am wondering how I am not covered under the federal emissions warranty and the law? 


I have also attached a letter I received from Volkswagen denying me coverage for my requested 
repair. Is there anything the EPA can do for me such as helping me file for warranty coverage? 
Keep in mind, I cannot pass an emissions test. 


Best Regards, 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015253 



Ex. 6 


From: Ball, Joel fmailto:ball.ioel@epa.qov1 

Sent: Wednesday, September 10, 2014 11:47 AM 

To:i Ex. 6 

SuBjecfi' RE:'"E"mlssfons'Warranty-8/80 EPA-420-F-09-048 


Hello 


Ex. 6 

I_ 


Thank you for your inquiry regarding the federally required emissions warranty. The Clean Air 
Act requires manufacturers of light duty vehicles to warranty all emissions related components for 2 years 
or 24,000 miles and the specified major emission control components for 8 years or 80,000 miles. The 

specified major emission control components only include the catalytic converters, the electronic 
emissions control unit or computer (ECU), and the onboard emissions diagnostic (OBD) device or 
computer. The adblue heater on your vehicle is only required to be covered for 2 years or 24,000 miles. 


The following web page provides more information regarding the federal emissions warranty 
requirements: www.epa.aov/obd/pubs/420f09048.pdf 


I hope this information is helpful. 


Joel Ball 

Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
Compliance Division 

United States Environmental Protection Agency 

ball.i oel @epa.Qov 


From: LaCroix, John 

Sent: Tuesday, September 09, 2014 6:46 AM 
To: Ball, Joel 

Subject: FW: Emissions Warranty-8/80 EPA-420-F-09-048 


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06/20/2017 


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From:: Ex. 6 

Sent: MonQayrSepfemDera&; _ 2QT4 _ 3: _ 49 _ FlV[- 

To: LaCroix, John 

Subject: Emissions Warranty-8/80 EPA-420-F-09-048 



I am inquiring today to see if the adblue heater of my 2012 Volkswagen Passat TDI is covered 
under the 8/80 warranty. 


I recently brought my vehicle into a Volkswagen dealer because my check engine light came on. 
It turns out my adblue heater is broken which is part of the Diesel Particulate Filter. I was told by 
the dealer and Volkswagen that this is not covered under the warranty. However, this part is 
necessary for the emissions system to meet federal requirements. 


Can you provide me any information on this matter and assist me in getting my car repaired 
through this warranty? 


Best Regards, 


Ex. 6 



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To: Peavyhouse, Robert[Peavyhouse.Robert@epa.gov] 

Cc: Kata, Leonard (EEO)[Leonard.Kata@vw.com]; Good, David[good.david@epa.gov] 

From: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Sent: Thur 9/11/2014 1:22:23 PM 

Subject: 2012 Final VWGoA CAFE + Porsche 


Hi Bob; 


I left you a voice message yesterday regarding the consolidation of the 2012 Volkswagen Group 
of America, Inc. (VWGoA) CAFE to now include the Porsche brand. These reports had already 
been filed in Verify by both the VWGoA and Porsche manufacturers separately for 2012. With 
the NHTSA letter dated August 8 th 2014 to Oliver Schmidt, we will follow their instructions to 
combine these two reports into a single report under the Volkswagen manufacturer. In the case 
of 2012 we submitted our Volkswagen report under manufacture code VWX. 


Please let me know if this merged report can be handled, or how much of the report can be 
handled, on your end and how much we can assist in accomplishing this consolidation in Verify. 
I can be reached by phone until 3 pm workdays at the number below. 


Thanks, 

Richard 


Richard E. Thomas 

Senior Emission Certification Specialist 
Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4213 


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Fax: 248 754 4207 


mailto: 



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To: 

From: 

Sent: 

Subject: 


Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 
Kata, Leonard (EEO) 


,Tbjir.9ii±/2ni4.i:2fi.AQJ?y_, 

Ex. 4 - CBI 

I__....___i 


Hello Jim: 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


Is there a time that you are available over the next 1 to 2 weeks, for a conference call. As usual, 
something in the morning would be preferable to accommodate our colleagues in Germany. 


Best regards, 


Len 


Leonard W. Kata 

Senior Manager 

Emission Regulations and Certification 
Engineering and Environmental Office 
Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
Phone: (248) 754-4204 
Cell: (248) 797-3886 
E-Mail: leonard.kata@vw.com 


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To: 

Cc: 


Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

{ Ex" 7 

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From: [ Ex. 7 | 

Sent: Thu?9/i"1/2014 7:'i"3:09 PM 

Subject: VW - 1 j 4 " CBl 


yw.comj' 


Ex. 7 


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j@vw.com; 


Hello Jim and Ben, 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


Thanks for the follow up earlier today. 


We will discuss further next week. 


Regards 


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L_j 



Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 


Phone} 

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i@vw.com; 


To: 

| Ex. 7 

From: 

Snyder, Jim 

Sent: 

Thur 9/11/2014 7:59:50 PM 

Subject: 

RE: VW - e-Golf Test Data 

Okay. 



Fr om : [ Ex .~7 . \ @vw.com] 

Sent: Thursday, September i"l, 2014 3:13 PM 
To: Snyder, Jim 

Cc: 


Ex. 7 


Subjectr'VWTe-GoFf Test Data 


Hello Jim and Ben, 


After requesting a status update from the factoiy, we were informed to expect test data for 
submission on Tuesday of next week. 


Thanks for the follow up earlier today. We will discuss further next week. 


Regards 

Ex. 7 


Ex. 7 

Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 


Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 


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3800 Hamlin Road 


Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 


Phone: 


Fax: 


mailto: 


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Ex. 7 


Ex. 7 


Ex. 7 






To: Wehrly, Linc[wehrly.Iinc@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Thur 9/11/2014 8:39:18 PM 

Subject: DAILY: GM has substantially completed vehicle recalls, Barra says 

impact on the auto industry | Athletic Mazda2 debuts as test on many levels 


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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Thur 9/11/2014 8:39:30 PM 

Subject: DAILY: GM has substantially completed vehicle recalls, Barra says 

impact on the auto industry | Athletic Mazda2 debuts as test on many levels 


A look back at 9/11 's 


Today's most read story 


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many levels 



TOP NEWS 


THE GM RECALL 

GM has substantially completed 
vehicle recalls, Barra says 

9:06 am U.S. ET 1 Sep 11 

General Motors has “substantially completed” its 
vehicle recalls, CEO Mary Barra said. “We're working 
hard to make sure that as new vehicles come out, they 
achieve even higher levels” of quality and safety, Barra 


told reporters in New Delhi today.... » READ 



A look back at 9/11 's impact on the 
auto industry 

UPDATED: 9/11/14 2:51 pm - adds 10th anniversary 
newscast 

1:38 pm U.S. ET | Sep 11 

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through the auto industry, from the executive offices to 
the plants to the dealer lots. At the time, there were 
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Jeep will reenter the subcompact SUV market later this 
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and Italian engineering at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.... 


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Toyota recalling 130,000 Tundras 
for airbag issue 



UPDATED: 9/11/14 4:20 pm ET - adds detail 
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Manheim rolls out insu 


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Porsche goes for faster and 
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Porsche recalls a number of 
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To: Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

Cc: Giles, Michael (EEO)[michael.giles@vw.com]; Allen, Gregory (EEO)[Gregory.Allen@vw.com]; 

Thomas, Richard (EEO)[RichardThomas@vw.com] 

From: Rodgers, William (EEO) 

Sent: Fri 9/12/2014 5:49:34 PM 

Subject: RE: VW Group 

removed.txt 




Regards, 


Bill Rodgers 

Emissions Certification Engineer 




OF AMERI 


Engineering and Environmental Office 
Auburn Hills, MI 
(248) 754-4219 


william.rodgers@vw.com 


From: Rodgers, William (EEO) 

Sent: Friday, September 12, 2014 11:02 AM 
To: "Jim Snyder' (Snyder.Jim@epamail.epa.gov)' 


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Cc: Giles, Michael; Alien, Gregory (EEO); Thomas, Richard (EEO) 
Subject: VW Group 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


Hello Jim, 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


Regards, 


Bill Rodgers 

Emissions Certification Engineer 




AMERICA, INC. 


Engineering and Environmental Office 
Auburn Hills, MI 


(248) 754-4219 

william ,rodeers(2),vw.com 


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To: Wehrly, Linc[wehrly.Iinc@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Fri 9/12/2014 8:57:11 PM 

Subject: DAILY: Tesla's gigafactory prods Nevada dealers to acquiesce on direct sales | GM issues 2 
recalls, stop-sale orders for 2015 Corvettes | Montezermolo's last act as Ferrari chairman 


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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Fri 9/12/2014 8:57:12 PM 

Subject: DAILY: Tesla's gigafactory prods Nevada dealers to acquiesce on direct sales | GM issues 2 
recalls, stop-sale orders for 2015 Corvettes | Montezermolo's last act as Ferrari chairman 


Today's most read story 


GM issues 2 recalls, stop-sale 
orders for 2015 Corvettes 



TOP NEWS 


Tesla's $1.3 biliion incentive deal 
with Nevada includes direct sales 

UPDATED: 9/12/14 12:14 pin ET - adds dealer reaction 
6:30 am U.S. ET | Sep 12 

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval signed tax breaks 
worth as much as $1.3 biliion and a measure allowing 
Tesla Motors to sell directly to state residents, the final 
steps to bring the world's largest lithium-ion battery 
factory to Reno. ... » READ 



GM issues 2 recalls, stop-sale 
orders for 2015 Corvettes 

8:58 pm U.S, ET [ Sep 11 

General Motors is issuing two more recalls, both on the 
2015 Chevrolet Corvette, according to stop-delivery 
orders sent to dealers today. The recalls, GM's first in 
more than a month, bring its total number for the year 
to 67.... » READ 



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Cl a. dfiz 3 |3 S I I ttaJ i* S. ET | Sep 11 

Federal auto safety regulators have received more than 
100 complaints about engine stalling from owners of 
Chrysler minivans from model years 2004-2007, 
according to a Reuters analysis.... » READ 


Ferrari to launch a 10-unit limited 



3:36 pm U.S. ET I Sep 12 

Ferrari Chairman Luca Cordero di Montezemolo’s last 
public act at the helm of the Italian supercar maker will 
be the unveiling of a limited-edition model destined for 
the U.S. market only.... » READ 


U.S. charges former dealership 

i. other man in California 


3:55 pm U.S, ET | Sep 12 

Two California men, one a former salesman at a Los 
Angeles Ford dealership, were charged with rolling back 

odometers, the Justice Department said today.... 

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To: Peavyhouse, RobertfPeavyhouse.Robert@epa.gov] 

Cc: Kata, Leonard (EEO)[Leonard.Kata@vw.com]; Good, David[good.david@epa.gov] 

From: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Sent: Mon 9/15/2014 2:26:01 PM 

Subject: RE: 2012 Volkswagen CAFE to include Porsche 


Hello Bob; 


I ran both the LDT and the Import Passenger Car 2012 Reports this morning. The LDT is fine 
and my internal CAFE calculation agrees with Verify exactly. The Import PC CAFE fleet agrees 
with the Verify calculation but there is a tenth of a MPG difference in the footprint based CAFE 
standard with Verify (VWGoA 33.6 MPG versus Verify 33.7 MPG). I suspect there is a 
difference in the Porsche carline footprint values used in verify versus the values that were 
provided to me by Porsche. I would like to verify those numbers with Ross and review the 
internal VWGoA calculation again unless you see where the differences might be. 


I am available to talk if you have a few minutes today. 


Thanks for making this a lot easier with those permission settings. 


Thanks, 

Richard 


From: Peavyhouse, Robert [mailto:Peavyhouse.Robert@epa.gov] 
Sent: Friday, September 12, 2014 2:07 PM 
To: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Cc: Kata, Leonard (EEO) 

Subject: RE: 2012 Volkswagen CAFE to include Porsche 


Richard, 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


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I have already setup all of the permissions for you to use Porsche’s data. (Hopefully I haven’t 
missed any) 


I have included the 2 combined files. The CAFE files are left as-is. No changes, just combined. 
The GHG production volumes for Porsche have been cleared in both the footprint and model 
type sections. It is my understanding that Porsche is still submitting GHG separate for 2012. I 
will generate 2 files for Porsche (GHG only, without CAFE) once we get the VW files done. 


I have not re-calculated any total production volumes, standards, or fleet averages. I left them 
with VW values. 

I would recommend just submitting and let Verify calculate those. Once the calculation reports 
are generated, we can verify the calcs. 


I am about done for the day. If you can get them submitted today, I will take a look at them in 
Verify on Monday when I get in. 


Robert Peavyhouse 

U.S. EPA - OTAQ 
Phone: (734) 214-4814 


From: Thomas, Richard (EEO) f mailto:Richard.Thomas@vw.com' 

Sent: Thursday, September 11,2014 10:55 AM 

To: Peavyhouse, Robert 

Cc: Ross Gatzke; Kata, Leonard (EEO) 

Subject: 2012 Volkswagen CAFE to include Porsche 


Hi Bob; 


I received your voice message today and have the following. The 2012 model year the 
Volkswagen Group CAFE was filed under “VWX”, the Volkswagen manufacturer code. With 


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this email we wish to grant any permissions required by EPA to add the Porsche manufacturer 
code “PRX” to our Group for the processing of the 2012 Final CAFE under the VWX 
manufacturer code. 


If you need anything else, please let me know. 

Best regards, 

Richard 

Richard E. Thomas 

Senior Emission Certification Specialist 
Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4213 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto: Richard.Thomas@VVV.com 


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To: 

From: 

Sent: 

Subject: 


Good, David[good.david@epa.gov]; French, Roberts[french.roberts@epa.gov] 


Ex 6 

Yue"97TB72UT4"i3:43:37 AM 


VW Jetta MPG concern 


r--i 

( Ex. 

L_j 



September 14, 2014 


Michael Horn, President and CEO 
Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
2200 Ferdinand Porsche Dr.D 
Herndon, VA 20171 


Dear Mr. Horn: 


I purchased a new VW Jetta Hybrid in July 2014. The window sticker states that the Jetta Hybrid 
gets approximately 42 MPG city and 48 MPG highway with 45 MPG combined. I have also 
seen a commercial on TV advertising mileage rates for the Jetta, the Jetta Hybrid and the Jetta 
Diesel. The mileage rate on the TV for the Jetta Hybrid was as stated above. You apparently 
recognize that getting good gas mileage is a sales feature worth TV advertising. 


Unfortunately, the Jetta Hybrid does NOT perform as advertised! 


As I have explained to the staff at Dirito Brothers VW where I purchased my car, my MPG has 
never hit even 40 MPG! After driving the car for about 2500 miles, my current long term reading 


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is 31.7 MPG. I commute about 15 miles each way to work—a combination of freeway and town 
driving. I live in the San Francisco Bay Area, so I am basically at sea level. I am not in cold 
weather. I drive only myself to work and so I am not carrying other passengers or any heavy 
items. I use the air conditioner veiy minimally. I do not drive fast. I do not do a lot of 
accelerating and braking. I have been driving hybrids since 2009.1 currently own a 2009 Toyota 
Camry Hybrid and a 2012 Toyota Hybrid Prius V, and I understand how to drive a hybrid for 
optimal gas mileage. 


When I purchased the Jetta Hybrid, I let the salesperson know that I was trying to decide 
between another Camry Hybrid or the Jetta Hybrid. The MPG for the Jetta was a deciding factor 
for me. I am extremely upset that the mileage is not as stated. When I first complained to the 
dealer, I was told that I should calculate the mileage by hand, keeping track of miles driven 
between each fill-up, rather than rely on car’s computer. Really? 


Further, I am not alone in my complaint. As you are know doubt aware, consumers have 
expressed their dissatisfaction with overstated MPG as reported in a September 6, 2014 article by 
Jim Gorzelany in the Drive section of the Contra Costa Times. Included in the article is this 
statement, 


“The latest wave of small turbocharged engines in particular have tended to draw ire for 
what independent testers have found to be overly optimistic fuel economy ratings, and a few 
automakers have even been cited by the federal government in recent years for using what 
were later found to be overstated MPG figures.” 


My experience with the Toyota Hybrids is very different—my mileage was—and still is—as 
stated by Toyota. Not so with VW. Since you know that MPG is a competitive feature, you 
should not be allowed to mis-state the MPG for your Jetta Hybrid. 


I am very dissatisfied with the vehicle’s mileage—and therefore with VW— and I am copying the 
EPA in the hopes that they will step in to do something to correct the misinformation you 
publicize to potential buyers. 


Sincerely, 


VW FOIA, EPA 


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Ex. 6 


L 


Cc: Rick Weible, General Manager, Dirito Brothers VW Dealer, Walnut Creek, CA 

EPA, Fuel Economy: Testing and CAFE, David Good, good.david@epa.gov 
EPA, Fuel Economy: Labels/Estimates, Rob French, french.roberts@epa.gov 
State of California, Environmental Protection Agency, Air Resources Board 


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To: Peavyhouse, Robert[Peavyhouse.Robert@epa.gov] 

Cc: Kata, Leonard (EEO)[Leonard.Kata@vw.com]; Good, David[good.david@epa.gov] 

From: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Sent: Tue 9/16/2014 12:47:58 PM 

Subject: RE: 2012 Volkswagen CAFE to include Porsche 


Hi Bob: 


I made that 2012 Jetta SportWagen footprint and target correction in Verify and to our 
calculation and we now have the same rounded CAFE standard. I reprocessed the 2012 Import 
Passenger Car CAFE this morning and we appear to agree with the Verify calculation. Please let 
me know if there are any other issues. If there are no issues, I will proceed with preparing a 
revised cover letter for the 2012 VWGoA CAFE reports and set the Verify CAFE/GHG final 
status indicator to yes. 


Thanks for your help. 


Richard 


From: Peavyhouse, Robert f mailto:Peavvhouse.Robert@epa.qov' 

Sent: Monday, September 15, 2014 2:33 PM 
To: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Cc: Kata, Leonard (EEO); Good, David 

Subject: RE: 2012 Volkswagen CAFE to include Porsche 


Richard, 


I have duplicated the footprint standard calculation for PV; Domestic, Import, and GHG. 
The calculations are attached. 


Note that there are 3 footprints highlighted in yellow. 


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2 footprints (both Tiguans) have been recalculated because they were originally calculated as 
trucks, and then submitted to a passenger car file. 

1 footprint (Jetta SportWagen) has a target FE/Target GHG mismatch between VW and Verify. 


Robert Peavyhouse 
Compliance Division 

II Q CDfi ATAA 
U.D. Cirri “ IMVal 


From: Thomas, Richard (EEO) fmailto:Richard.Thomas@vw.com' 

Sent: Monday, September 15, 2014 10:26 AM 

To: Peavyhouse, Robert 

Cc: Kata, Leonard (EEO); Good, David 

Subject: RE: 2012 Volkswagen CAFE to include Porsche 


Hello Bob; 


I ran both the LDT and the Import Passenger Car 2012 Reports this morning. The LDT is fine 
and my internal CAFE calculation agrees with Verify exactly. The Import PC CAFE fleet agrees 
with the Verify calculation but there is a tenth of a MPG difference in the footprint based CAFE 
standard with Verify (VWGoA 33.6 MPG versus Verify 33.7 MPG). I suspect there is a 
difference in the Porsche carline footprint values used in verify versus the values that were 
provided to me by Porsche. I would like to verify those numbers with Ross and review the 
internal VWGoA calculation again unless you see where the differences might be. 


I am available to talk if you have a few minutes today. 


Thanks for making this a lot easier with those permission settings. 


Thanks, 

Richard 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


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From: Peavyhouse, Robert f mailto:Peavvhouse.Robert@epa.aoV 

Sent: Friday, September 12, 2014 2:07 PM 
To: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Cc: Kata, Leonard (EEO) 

Subject: RE: 2012 Volkswagen CAFE to include Porsche 


Richard, 


I have already setup all of the permissions for you to use Porsche’s data. (Hopefully I haven’t 
missed any) 


I have included the 2 combined files. The CAFE files are left as-is. No changes, just combined. 
The GHG production volumes for Porsche have been cleared in both the footprint and model 
type sections. It is my understanding that Porsche is still submitting GHG separate for 2012. I 
will generate 2 files for Porsche (GHG only, without CAFE) once we get the VW files done. 


I have not re-calculated any total production volumes, standards, or fleet averages. I left them 
with VW values. 

I would recommend just submitting and let Verify calculate those. Once the calculation reports 
are generated, we can verify the calcs. 


I am about done for the day. If you can get them submitted today, I will take a look at them in 
Verify on Monday when I get in. 


Robert Peavyhouse 
Compliance Division 

11 O crm ATA A 

UkO, crA “ O I Ay 
Phone: (734) 214-4814 


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From: Thomas, Richard (EEO) fmailto:Richard.Thomas@vw.corn 

Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2014 10:55 AM 

To: Peavyhouse, Robert 

Cc: Ross Gatzke; Kata, Leonard (EEO) 

Subject: 2012 Volkswagen CAFE to include Porsche 


Hi Bob; 


I received your voice message today and have the following. The 2012 model year the 
Volkswagen Group CAFE was filed under “VWX”, the Volkswagen manufacturer code. With 
this email we wish to grant any permissions required by EPA to add the Porsche manufacturer 
code “PRX” to our Group for the processing of the 2012 Final CAFE under the VWX 
manufacturer code. 


If you need anything else, please let me know. 

Best regards, 

Richard 

Richard E. Thomas 

Senior Emission Certification Specialist 
Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4213 
Fax: 248 754 4207 


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mailto: Richard.Thomas@VW.com 


VW FOIA, EPA 


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Ex. 7 


To: 

Cc: 

From: 

Sent: 

Subject: 


_Ex.. 7_j@vw.com] 

J@vw.com]; Good, David[good.david@epa.gov] 

Peavyhouse, Robert 

Tue 9/16/2014 1:59:46 PM 

RE: 2012 Volkswagen CAFE to include Porsche 


i Ex. 7 i 

i_j 


Go ahead and set the final status to yes and finish up the reports for VW. 

I will start modifying the Porsche files to remove their CAFE production volumes. 


Robert Peavyhouse 
Compliance Division 
U.S. EPA - OTAG 
Phone: (734) 214-4314 


From: 1_ Ex-7 _i@vw.com] 

Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2014 8:48 AM 

To: Peavyhouse, Robert 

Cc: [ZZ’j*ZZZj(EEO); Good, David 

Subject: RE: 2012 Volkswagen CAFE to include Porsche 


Hi Bob; 


I made that 2012 Jetta SportWagen footprint and target correction in Verify and to our 
calculation and we now have the same rounded CAFE standard. I reprocessed the 2012 Import 
Passenger Car CAFE this morning and we appear to agree with the Verify calculation. Please let 
me know if there are any other issues. If there are no issues, I will proceed with preparing a 
revised cover letter for the 2012 VWGoA CAFE reports and set the Verify CAFE/GHG final 
status indicator to yes. 


Thanks for your help. 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


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I Ex. 7! 

i_! 


From: Peavyhouse, Robert f mailto:Peavvhoyse.Robert@epa.qov' 

Sent: Monday, September 15, 2014 2:33 PM 
To: f Ex. 7 | (EEO) 

Cc: f ' ex - ? ITEEQ); Good, David 

Subject: RE: 2012 Volkswagen CAFE to include Porsche 


! Ex. 7 


I have duplicated the footprint standard calculation for PV; Domestic, Import, and GHG. 
The calculations are attached. 


Note that there are 3 footprints highlighted in yellow. 

2 footprints (both Tiguans) have been recalculated because they were originally calculated as 
trucks, and then submitted to a passenger car file. 

1 footprint (Jetta SportWagen) has a target FE/Target GHG mismatch between VW and Verify. 


Robert Peavyhouse 
U.S. EPA - OTAQ 


From: [ e'x'.Y vw.com 

Sent: Monday, September 15, 2014 10:26 AM 

To: Peavyhouse, Robert 

Cc: i~ e x T i (EEO); Good, David 

Subject: RE: 2012 Volkswagen CAFE to include Porsche 


Hello Bob; 


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I ran both the LDT and the Import Passenger Car 2012 Reports this morning. The LDT is fine 
and my internal CAFE calculation agrees with Verify exactly. The Import PC CAFE fleet agrees 
with the Verify calculation but there is a tenth of a MPG difference in the footprint based CAFE 
standard with Verify (VWGoA 33.6 MPG versus Verify 33.7 MPG). I suspect there is a 
difference in the Porsche carline footprint values used in verify versus the values that were 
provided to me by Porsche. I would like to verify those numbers with Ross and review the 
internal VWGoA calculation again unless you see where the differences might be. 


I am available to talk if you have a few minutes today. 


Thanks for making this a lot easier with those permission settings. 


nr-vf \ 

I hanks, 

Ex. 7 


From: Peavyhouse, Robert f mailto:Peavvhouse.Robert@epa.qov' 

Sent: Friday, September 12, 2014 2:07 PM 

To: 

Cc: 


Ex. 7 


Ex. 7 


(EEO) 
IEEO) 


Subject: RE: 2012 Volkswagen CAFE to include Porsche 


I Ex. 7 

I_ 


I have already setup all of the permissions for you to use Porsche’s data. (Hopefully I haven’t 
missed any) 


I have included the 2 combined files. The CAFE files are left as-is. No changes, just combined. 
The GHG production volumes for Porsche have been cleared in both the footprint and model 


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type sections. It is my understanding that Porsche is still submitting GHG separate for 2012. I 
will generate 2 files for Porsche (GHG only, without CAFE) once we get the VW files done. 


I have not re-calculated any total production volumes, standards, or fleet averages. I left them 
with VW values. 

I would recommend just submitting and let Verify calculate those. Once the calculation reports 
are generated, we can verify the calcs. 


I am about done for the day. If you can get them submitted today, I will take a look at them in 
Verify on Monday when I get in. 


Robert Peavyhouse 
Compliance Division 
U.S. EPA - OTAQ 
Phone: (734) 214-4814 


From: ;_ Ex . 7 _ 

Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2014 10:55 AM 

To: Peavyhouse, Robert 

Cc: Ross Gatzke ;\ ix.T I (EEO) 

Subject: 2012 Volkswagen CAFE to include Porsche 


i@vw.com' 


Hi Bob; 


I received your voice message today and have the following. The 2012 model year the 
Volkswagen Group CAFE was filed under “VWX”, the Volkswagen manufacturer code. With 
this email we wish to grant any permissions required by EPA to add the Porsche manufacturer 
code “PRX” to our Group for the processing of the 2012 Final CAFE under the VWX 
manufacturer code. 


If you need anything else, please let me know. 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


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Best regards, 

' Ex.7 ; 


Ex. 7 

Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 


Phone:[_ cx - • _i 

Fax: [_ Ex. 7 _) 

mailto:l Ex. 7 i(2> VW.com 

L_: 


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To: Glas, Tobias[Tobias.Glas@vw.com] 

From: Sohacki, Lynn 

Sent: Tue 9/16/2014 2:36:47 PM 

Subject: Test results for T 132RXX-0062 

T132RXX-0062.pdf 
T132-0062 cold co.pdf 


Hi, Tobias. 


Test data for the above vehicle is attached. Please let me know if you have any 
questions. 

Regards, 

Lynn Sohacki 
Environmental Engineer 
Compliance Division 
EPA 

734 - 214-4851 


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To: Glas, Tobias[Tobias.Glas@vw.com] 

From: Sohacki, Lynn 

Sent: Tue 9/16/2014 4:35:57 PM 

Subject: RE: Test results for T132RXX-0062 


Hi, Tobias. 


Yes, the cold cell is up and running. I try to have at least one Cold CO test done per class. 


We are not planning on testing any more vehicles in this class. 


There are no VWs, Audis, Porsches or Bentleys included in the next stage of coast down testing. 


Thanks for your help with this class. 


Lynn 


From: Glas, Tobias [mailto:Tobias.Glas@vw.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2014 11:30 AM 
To: Sohacki, Lynn; Snyder, Jim 
Subject: RE: Test results for T132RXX-0062 


Hi Lynn, 


Thank you for the results. I see you have the Cold chamber up and running. © 


Please let me know if you plan on testing any more cars for that test group or if Surveillance 
testing is finished. 


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Last time I was at EPA I heard that there is another round of coastdown testing going on. Can 
you give me a heads up if there will be any VW, Audi, Porsche or Bentleys be part of the 
program? 


Thank you very much 

Tobias Glas 

In-Use Emission Compliance Specialist 
Engineering & Environmental Office 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 
United States of America 


Phone: (248) 754-4211 
Cell: (248)494-1537 
Fax: (248) 754-4207 
E-Mail: Tobias.Glas@vw.com 


From: Sohacki, Lynn f mailto:sohacki.lvnn@epa.Qov' 

Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2014 10:37 AM 
To: Glas, Tobias 

Subject: Test results for T132RXX-0062 


Hi, Tobias. 


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06/20/2017 


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Test data for the above vehicle is attached. Please let me know if you have any 
questions. 

Regards, 

Lynn Sohacki 
Environmental Engineer 
Compliance Division 
EPA 

734 - 214-4851 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


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To: Ross Gatzke[Ross.Gatzke@porsche.us] 

Cc: Thomas, Richard (EEO)[Richard.Thomas@vw.com]; Good, David[good.david@epa.gov] 

From: Peavyhouse, Robert 

Sent: Tue 9/16/2014 8:19:50 PM 

Subject: New 2012 Porsche CAFE/GHG submissions (GHG only) 

2012 CAFE PRX LT GHG Onlv.xml 
2012 CAFE PRX PV GHG Onlv.xml 


Ross, 


I have worked with Richard to merge your 2012 CAFE submissions into the Volkswagen 
submissions. 

Your 2012 GHG submission will remain independent. 


Attached are your current 2012 CAFE/GHG submissions with the CAFE portion cleared 
(Production Volumes set to zero). 

Nothing else has been changed. 


Please resubmit them as soon as possible. Please make sure that Verify calculates the same 
values for GHG as it previously did. 

Once you are in agreement with the calculations, don’t forget to mark the Manufacturer Final 
Status to yes. 


Robert Peavyhouse 
Compliance Division 

11 O CD A ATAA 

U«o« crA “ \j 1/4Cal 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015306 



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From: Christopher Smith 

Sent: Wed 9/17/2014 6:13:34 PM 

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Subject: DAILY: Tesla argues New Jersey regulators can't stop direct sales | IHS hikes 2014 and 2015 
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2:06 pm U.S. ET I Sep 17 

Tesla Motors, in a court filing submitted Tuesday, 
argued that New Jersey regulators have no authority to 
shut down direct sales at the electric-vehicle maker's 
stores in the state.... » READ 



IHS hikes 2014 U.S. auto sales 
forecast to 16.4 million 

11:49 am U.S. ET | Sep 17 

U.S. auto sales, buoyed by increasing consumer 
confidence and cheap financing, are rising faster than 
expected and will reach 16.4 million this year and climb 
to 17.4 million in 2017, consultant IHS Automotive said 
today.... » READ 



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Steelmaker says it can put pickups 



UPDATED: 9/17/14 8:03 am ET - n ew story 
6:56 amU.S. ET|Sep17 

ArcelorMittal has a message for automakers scrambling 
to hit tougher fuel economy targets that come into 
effect in 2025: You don't have to make trucks out of 
aluminum to do it.... » READ 



THE GM RECALL 

NHTSA chief, before blistering 
Senate panel, admits 'we need to 

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improve 1 

UPDATED: 3/16/14 6:30 pm ET 
5:38 pm 1XS„ El (Sep 16 

The head of the National Highway Traffic Safety 
Administration today insisted that his agency lacked 
enough information to force a recall of faulty General 
Motors ignition switches before this year, but under 
heavy criticism from members of a Senate 
subcommittee he admitted that regulators could have 
done better.... » READ 



Audi claims first California 
autonomous driving permit 

11:35 am U.S. ET [ Sep 17 

Volkswagen's Audi unit is the first automaker to receive 
an autonomous driving permit in California, as new 
laws in the state governing the process went into effect 
on Tuesday.... » READ 



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Dealerships' tech team offers 
training for all 



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A few years ago, Ford's quality ratings began to take a 
hit from consumers who found its MyFord Touch 
infotainment system less than user-friendly. ... » READ 


LINDSAY CHAPPELL 

Scrap Nissan's Leaf 
battery plant? Hardly 

»READ 



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GM issues 2 recalls, stop-sale orders 
for 2015 Corvettes 


Tesla's $1.3 billion incentive deal 
with Nevada includes direct sales 


Jeep launches Renegade into fast- 
qrowinq segment 

Cadillac's new chief vows no retreat 
on pricing strategy 


New Navigator rolls up to challenge 
Escalade 


Ford seeks younger Mustang 
buyers with tech features 

UPDATED: 9/17/14 3:38 pm ET - adds 
correction 


12:44 pm U.S. ET j Sep IT 



Guardian automotive glass 
units to be acquired by 
Japanese supplier 


3:57 pm U.S. ET j Sep 17 







Ford and Lincoln get 
connected with Apple's Siri 

4:23 pm U.S. ET | Sep 17 _ 

__:_ ' 1 _*._ 

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costs 



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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Wed 9/17/2014 8:52:50 PM 

Subject: DAILY: Tesla argues New Jersey regulators can't stop direct sales | IHS hikes 2014 and 2015 
U.S. sales forecasts | Steelmaker says it can put pickups on a diet 


Today's most read story 



2:06 pm U.S. ET I Sep 17 

Tesla Motors, in a court filing submitted Tuesday, 
argued that New Jersey regulators have no authority to 
shut down direct sales at the electric-vehicle maker's 
stores in the state.... » READ 



IHS hikes 2014 U.S. auto sales 
forecast to 16.4 million 

11:49 am U.S. ET | Sep 17 

U.S. auto sales, buoyed by increasing consumer 
confidence and cheap financing, are rising faster than 
expected and will reach 16.4 million this year and climb 
to 17.4 million in 2017, consultant IHS Automotive said 
today.... » READ 



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This generation changed the car buying process. Google 
defined it. You can revolutionize it. Learn how to get ahead of 
the ZMOT by reaching more new buyers and increasing 
retention among current customers before they even think to 
look anywhere else. 

Download the whitepaper. 


Steelmaker says it can put pickups 



UPDATED: 9/17/14 8:03 am ET - n ew story 
6:56 amU.S. ET|Sep17 

ArcelorMittal has a message for automakers scrambling 
to hit tougher fuel economy targets that come into 
effect in 2025: You don't have to make trucks out of 
aluminum to do it.... » READ 



THE GM RECALL 

NHTSA chief, before blistering 
Senate panel, admits 'we need to 

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improve 1 

UPDATED: 3/16/14 6:30 pm ET 
5:38 pm 1XS„ El (Sep 16 

The head of the National Highway Traffic Safety 
Administration today insisted that his agency lacked 
enough information to force a recall of faulty General 
Motors ignition switches before this year, but under 
heavy criticism from members of a Senate 
subcommittee he admitted that regulators could have 
done better.... » READ 



Audi claims first California 
autonomous driving permit 

11:35 am U.S. ET [ Sep 17 

Volkswagen's Audi unit is the first automaker to receive 
an autonomous driving permit in California, as new 
laws in the state governing the process went into effect 
on Tuesday.... » READ 



BEST PRACTICES 

Dealerships' tech team offers 
training for all 



ON THE BLOGS 


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12:01 am U„S„ ET | Sep 15 

A few years ago, Ford's quality ratings began to take a 
hit from consumers who found its MyFord Touch 
infotainment system less than user-friendly. ... » READ 


LINDSAY CHAPPELL 

Scrap Nissan's Leaf 
battery plant? Hardly 

»READ 



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MOST READ (Last 7 days) 




GM issues 2 recalls, stop-sale orders 
for 2015 Corvettes 


Tesla's $1.3 billion incentive deal 
with Nevada includes direct sales 


Jeep launches Renegade into fast- 
qrowinq segment 

Cadillac's new chief vows no retreat 
on pricing strategy 


New Navigator rolls up to challenge 
Escalade 


Ford seeks younger Mustang 
buyers with tech features 

UPDATED: 9/17/14 3:38 pm ET - adds 
correction 


12:44 pm U.S. ET j Sep IT 



Guardian automotive glass 
units to be acquired by 
Japanese supplier 


3:57 pm U.S. ET j Sep 17 







Ford and Lincoln get 
connected with Apple's Siri 

4:23 pm U.S. ET | Sep 17 _ 

__:_ ' 1 _*._ 

Sensor cuts self-driving car 
costs 



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largest interiors supplier* 



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To: Giles, Michael (EEO)[michael.giles@vw.com] 

From: Snyder, Jim 

Sent: Thur 9/18/2014 3:03:51 PM 

Subject: BEV sample test submission 

BEV sample test submission .pdf 


Jim Snyder 

Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
Compliance Division 

United States Environmental Protection Agency 
(734) 214-4946 

snvder.iim@epa.Qov 


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PHEV/Charge Depleting Test Information 

Recharge Event Voltage :.i 240 


Charge Depleting Range 
(Calculated miles) 

Equivalent All Electric Range 
(miles) 

Fuel Economy Value Units V : 


97.935 

‘ 97.935 

miles per 
gallon 


Ex. 6 


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_ (miles)) : 


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To: Giles, Michael (EEO)[michael.giles@vw.com] 

From: Snyder, Jim 

Sent: Thur 9/18/2014 5:50:30 PM 

Subject: FW: New Confirmatory Test Decision Information submitted (VW370-7-40168 / 0) 
Whats the difference between the to submissions? Look the same to me. 

Jim Snyder 

Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
Compliance Division 

United States Environmental Protection Agency 

(734) 214-4946 

snyder.jim@epa.gov 


—Original Message— 

From: VerifyAdministrator@verifyprod.rtpnc.epa.gov 
[mailto:VerifyAdministrator@veri1yprod.rtpnc.epa.gov] 

Sent: Thursday, September 18, 2014 1:42 PM 
To: Mazaitis, Vincent; Wright, DavidA; Snyder, Jim 

Subject: New Confirmatory Test Decision Information submitted (VW370-7-40168 / 0) 


PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL! 

A new Confirmatory Test Decision Information dataset was submitted. A decision needs to be made for 
the following vehicle: 

Manufacturer: VGA 
Vehicle ID: VW370-7-40168 
Vehicle Configuration: 0 

This submission has not been randomly selected for testing. 

Click on the link below to make a decision in Verify. 

https://verifyprod.rtpnc.epa.gov/verify-web/cft/ld/decisionlnfoUpdateRetrieve.do?decisionDatasetld=5803 


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To: Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

Cc: Rodgers, William (EEO)[William.Rodgers@vw.com]; Allen, Gregory 

(EEO)[Gregory.Allen@vw.com]; Kata, Leonard (EEO)[Leonard.Kata@vw.com]; Thomas, Richard 
(EEO)[Richard.Thomas@vw.com] 

From: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Sent: Thur 9/18/2014 5:53:15 PM 

Subject: VW Group 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


Hello Jim, 


As we discussed today, VW group has now submitted 

Ex. 4 - CBI 


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Vehicle ID 

Configuration 

ETW Purpose 


i_ 

Ex. 4 

-CBI 



Ex. 4 - CBI 


Please process these request at your earliest convenience. We will then proceed with our 

Ex. 4 - CBI 


Regards, 

Mike 


Michael Giles 

Certification Engineer 

Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 


Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 


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3800 Hamlin Road 


Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 


Phone: 248 754 4229 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto: Michael.Giles@VW.com 


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To: 

From: 

Sent: 

Subject: 

Hi Jim, 


Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 
Giles, Michael (EEO) 


Thur 9/18/2014 5:56:13 PM 



Ex. 4 - CBI 


Regards 

Mike 


—Original Message— 

From: Snyder, Jim [mailto:Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 
Sent: Thursday, September 18, 2014 1:51 PM 
To: Giles, Micha e l (EE O) 

Subject: FW: 


Ex. 4-CBI 


Whats the difference between the to submissions? Look the same to me. 


Jim Snyder 

Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
Compliance Division 

United States Environmental Protection Agency 

(734) 214-4946 

snyder.jim@epa.gov 


—Original Message— 

From: VerifyAdministrator@verifyprod.rtpnc.epa.gov 
[mailto:VerifyAdministrator@verifyprod.rtpnc.epa.gov] 
Sent: Thursday, September 18, 2014 1:42 PM 
To: Mazaitis, Vincent; Wright, DavidA; Snyder, Jim 
Subject: 


a _T_1 4 




Ex. 4-CBI 


PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL! 


Ex. 4 - CBI 

L_ 


iEx. 4-CBI 

L_! 


This submission has not been randomly selected for testing. 

Click on the link below to make a decision in Verify. 


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To: Wehrly, Linc[wehrly.Iinc@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Thur 9/18/2014 8:49:38 PM 

Subject: DAILY: 7 Japanese supplier execs indicted | CFPB's latest guide on discrimination falls short, 

dealers and lenders say | Why Toyota punted on a V-6 in the Tundra for '15 | Buffett bullish on GM 


Today's most read story 


Toyota to boost Mexico truck plant 
capacity by 41% 



TOP NEWS 


7 Japanese supplier execs indicted 
in price-fixing scheme 

4:09 pm U.S. EI | Sep 18 

A federal grand jury in Detroit has indicted seven 
executives from Japanese auto suppliers Mitsubishi 
Electric and Hitachi Automotive Systems for their 
alleged roles in a conspiracy to fix auto parts prices, the 


Justice Department said today.... » READ 



Auto lenders, dealers: CFPB's 
latest guide on discrimination falls 
short 

3:28 pm U.S. ET | Sep 18 

Auto lenders and dealers are largely disappointed with 
a long-awaited report by the Consumer Financial 
Protection Bureau that outlines the bureau's method for 
finding discrimination in auto loans. ... » READ 



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the ZMOT by reaching more new buyers and increasing 
retention among current customers before they even think to 
look anywhere else. 

Download the whitepaper. 


Lear contract first step in 
eliminating two-tier wages, 
Canadian union chief says 


1 a 1 a in Li # »lEE "If j 10^ 

The head of Canada's largest auto worker union said a 
tentative UAW contract ending two-tier pay disparity at 
a Lear seat plant in Indiana was the first step in 
eliminating the practice at Detroit 3 plants in the United 


States.... » READ 



Warren Buffett is bullish on GM, 
Detroit 

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Billionaire investor Warren Buffett said today he is 
bullish on Detroit and General Motors - and said he's 
impressed with CEO Mary Barra.... » READ 



ZF's Sommer sees more 
acquisitions beyond TRW 
purchase 

3:05 am U.S. ET | Sep 18 

ZF, which agreed to buy TRW Automotive Holdings in a 
deal valued at $13.5 billion, sees a need for more 
acquisitions as even the largest auto suppliers seek 
size and technology.... » READ 


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6 in the Tundra for '15 





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GM issues 2 recalls, stop-sale orders 
for 2015 Corvettes 



Cadillac's new chief vows no retreat 
on pricing strategy 


Tesla's $1.3 billion incentive deal 
with Nevada includes direct sales 


New Navigator rolls up to challenge 
Escalade 


TRW agrees to be acquired by ZF for 
$13.5 billion in cash 


Toyota to boost Mexico truck 
plant capacity by 41% 


UPDATED: 9/18/14 6:24 am ET - corrected 
8:50 pm U.S, ET [ Sep 17 



Hyundai Motor's record $10 
billion bid for trophy property 
alarms investors 

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China's Wanxianq to re launch 
Fisker Karma with 2012 design, 
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Calif, grants 29 permits to test 
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Audi cars 


1:44 pm U.S. ET | Sep 18 



Alabama steel plant's new 
owners pledge more supply 





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11:00 am U.S. ET [ Sep 18 


CFPB finds discrimination in 
auto lending at banks, looks to 
oversee captives 

UPDATED: 9/17/14 6:45 pm ET - adds details 

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powered vans due to possible 
leak 


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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Thur 9/18/2014 8:49:39 PM 

Subject: DAILY: 7 Japanese supplier execs indicted | CFPB's latest guide on discrimination falls short, 
dealers and lenders say | Why Toyota punted on a V-6 in the Tundra for '15 | Buffett bullish on GM 


Today's most read story 


Toyota to boost Mexico truck plant 
capacity by 41% 



TOP NEWS 


7 Japanese supplier execs indicted 
in price-fixing scheme 

4:09 pm U.S. EI | Sep 18 

A federal grand jury in Detroit has indicted seven 
executives from Japanese auto suppliers Mitsubishi 
Electric and Hitachi Automotive Systems for their 
alleged roles in a conspiracy to fix auto parts prices, the 


Justice Department said today.... » READ 



Auto lenders, dealers: CFPB's 
latest guide on discrimination falls 
short 

3:28 pm U.S. ET | Sep 18 

Auto lenders and dealers are largely disappointed with 
a long-awaited report by the Consumer Financial 
Protection Bureau that outlines the bureau's method for 
finding discrimination in auto loans. ... » READ 



Advertisement 


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06/20/2017 


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"MillenniaIs an^ars: Why just adapt 
wheifmtan disrupt cycle?" 


This generation changed the car buying process. Google 
defined it. You can revolutionize it. Learn how to get ahead of 
the ZMOT by reaching more new buyers and increasing 
retention among current customers before they even think to 
look anywhere else. 

Download the whitepaper. 


Lear contract first step in 
eliminating two-tier wages, 
Canadian union chief says 


1 a 1 a in Li # »lEE "If j 10^ 

The head of Canada's largest auto worker union said a 
tentative UAW contract ending two-tier pay disparity at 
a Lear seat plant in Indiana was the first step in 
eliminating the practice at Detroit 3 plants in the United 


States.... » READ 



Warren Buffett is bullish on GM, 
Detroit 

3:33 pm U.S. ET| Sep 18 

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett said today he is 
bullish on Detroit and General Motors - and said he's 
impressed with CEO Mary Barra.... » READ 



ZF's Sommer sees more 
acquisitions beyond TRW 
purchase 

3:05 am U.S. ET | Sep 18 

ZF, which agreed to buy TRW Automotive Holdings in a 
deal valued at $13.5 billion, sees a need for more 
acquisitions as even the largest auto suppliers seek 
size and technology.... » READ 


ON THE BLOGS 



RICHARD TRUETT 


Why Toyota punted on a V 
6 in the Tundra for '15 





LATEST VIDEO 


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building on his legacy 

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GM issues 2 recalls, stop-sale orders 
for 2015 Corvettes 



Cadillac's new chief vows no retreat 
on pricing strategy 


Tesla's $1.3 billion incentive deal 
with Nevada includes direct sales 


New Navigator rolls up to challenge 
Escalade 


TRW agrees to be acquired by ZF for 
$13.5 billion in cash 


Toyota to boost Mexico truck 
plant capacity by 41% 


UPDATED: 9/18/14 6:24 am ET - corrected 
8:50 pm U.S, ET [ Sep 17 



Hyundai Motor's record $10 
billion bid for trophy property 
alarms investors 

11:33 am U.S. ET I Sep 18 




restructuri 


na 







Fiat Chrvsler's new HQ will be a 
short stroll from Buckingham 



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9:54 am U.S. ET | Sep 18 



China's Wanxianq to re launch 
Fisker Karma with 2012 design, 
report says 



Calif, grants 29 permits to test 
self-driving Lexus, Mercedes, 
Audi cars 


1:44 pm U.S. ET | Sep 18 



Alabama steel plant's new 
owners pledge more supply 





NADA ca 



jn 


f 


S*% 




^FPd 


to 


acce 



dealer group's anti- 


11:00 am U.S. ET [ Sep 18 


CFPB finds discrimination in 
auto lending at banks, looks to 
oversee captives 

UPDATED: 9/17/14 6:45 pm ET - adds details 

__ 



- _„_ 

.fu""—. "• w '^'w 

''' %-————— 'l 




GM recalling natural gas- 
powered vans due to possible 
leak 


10:40 3 If! Issssij a H Eral H | |3 


Mercedes opts for cloud¬ 
computing setup to protect 
data from hackers 


mm a % m®* mm $ . v ;g 

7:22 am U.S. EI j Sep 18 



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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov]; Cook, Leila[cook.Ieila@epa.gov] 

From: Bradish, Tracey 

Sent: Fri 9/19/2014 2:17:04 PM 

Subject: VTS info 


Info about VTS to use for invitation to Tom Lyon. 

Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network. 



David, Tracey, 


Here is an update/overview to share with Chris on the 2014 NVFEL Vehicle Technology 
Showcase: 


Timing: October 9 th (3 weeks to go); 

Key Components: 

Industry displays (FE and GHG emissions technology); 

Keynote remarks and release of CO 2 Emissions and Fuel Economy Trends Report ; 
Expert Panel Discussion (theme ties to trends evidenced in the report); 

Strategic Goals: 

NVFEL Outreach; 

Demonstrate progress towards meeting the 2017-2025 GHG Regulations; 

Steady year-to-year improvement: 

O VP on panel; 


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o Assistant administrator attending; 

O Increased square footage and number of displays; 

Displays: 

Manufacturers : 

BMW—i3 electric vehicle; 

Bosch—various components (Clean Diesel, Stop/Start, Navigation, Power Electronics, 
Thermal Management, Brushless Technology); 

Delphi—various components (TBD); 

Diesel Technology Forum—diesel technology; 

General Motors—Impala with stop/start; 

Honda—Accord Hybrid i-MMD; 

Jatco—transmission technology; 

Mazda—TBD vehicle with SkyActiv; 

Mercedes—S-class PHEV; 

Tesla—Model S and Supercharger mockup; 

Volkswagen—TBD vehicle(s); 

Tentative —Ford, McLaren, Mitsubishi, Toyota, Valeo (we expect a couple to confirm); 

EPA displays : 

Smartway; 

GHG; 


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Cold Test/Hot Test; 


Discussion Panel; 


Theme : 

Progress in GHG Emissions and Fuel Economy through Powertrain Technologies; 


Panelists : 

EPA Moderator—Mike Olechiw; 

ICCT—John German, Senior Fellow; 

NRDC—Luke Tonachel, Director for Vehicles and Fuels; 

Tesla—Jim Chen, VP Regulatory Affairs; 

Mazda—TBD from Japan; 

BorgWamer—Paul Nahra, Sr. Technical Specialist, Advanced Engineering; 
Considering adding 1 additional OEM; 


Tentative Panelist Questions : 


1. What role does your company (or organization) play within the light-duty greenhouse gas 
arena and why is it important? 

a. Each company/organization rep could then explain who they are, where they are from, and 
their perspective. 

b. Suggest (1) slide per panel member 

2. Flow do you expect the evolving light-duty vehicle fleet characteristics to affect 
powertrain selections between now and 2025 MY? (For example: vis-a-vis car/truck mix, 
performance demands, vehicle size, etc...) 

a. In between this question and the next, we could highlight some trends results. 


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3. (OE/Supplier Specific) - What are the primary factors that contribute to your companies 
decisions regarding powertrain product planning and R&D expenditures? 

a. NGO’s - if you could guide vehicle manufacturer’s product plans, what would you 

recommend? 

4. (NGO Specific) - There is a lot of work being done in the transportation sector regarding 
alternative forms of transpiration. Do you see these alternatives melding with the current 
solutions or replacing them, and why? 


+ Audience questions for remainder; 


Keynote Speaker: 

Janet McCabe—Presidential Nominee for Assistant Administrator for the Office of Air 
and Radiation 


Partners: 

SAE announcing to Detroit chapter; 

CAR Breakfast Briefing cancelled, but they will still share the RSVP form 


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To: 

From: 

Sent: 

Subject: 

Sohacki, Lynn[sohacki.Iynn@epa.gov] 
Gias, Tobias 

Fri 9/19/2014 6 :5,5:01..PM- 

RE: Test results j 7 

L_ 

Hi Lynn, 



I go through the regulation right now and have a few questions about the procurement and the 
number of cars that need to be tested for High Mileage / High Altitude. 


Who is the best person at EPA to contact for an answer? 


Have a nice weekend ! 


Tobias Glas 

In-Use Emission Compliance Specialist 
Engineering & Environmental Office 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 
United States of America 


Phone: (248) 754-4211 
Cell: (248)494-1537 
Fax: (248) 754-4207 
E-Mail: Tobias.Glas@vw.com 


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From: Sohacki, Lynn [mailto:sohacki.lynn@epa.gov] 
Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2014 12:36 PM 
To: Glas, Tobias 
Subject: RE: Test results for 



Hi, Tobias. 


Yes, the cold cell is up and running. I try to have at least one Cold CO test done per class. 


We are not planning on testing any more vehicles in this class. 


There are no VWs, Audis, Porsches or Bentleys included in the next stage of coast down testing. 


Thanks for your help with this class. 


Lynn 


From: Glas, Tobias f mailto:Tobias.Glas@vw.com' 

Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2014 11:30 AM 
To: Sohacki, Lynn; Snyder, Jjm. 

Subject: RE: Test results foii 



Hi Lynn, 


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Thank you for the results. I see you have the Cold chamber up and running. © 


Please let me know if you plan on testing any more cars for that test group or if Surveillance 
testing is finished. 


Last time I was at EPA I heard that there is another round of coastdown testing going on. Can 
you give me a heads up if there will be any VW, Audi, Porsche or Bentleys be part of the 
program? 


Thank you very much 


Tobias Glas 

In-Use Emission Compliance Specialist 
Engineering & Environmental Office 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 
United States of America 


Phone: (248) 754-4211 
Cell: (243)494-1537 
Fax: (248) 754-4207 
E-Mail: Tobias.Glas@vw.com 


From: Sohacki, Lynn f mailto:sohacki.lvnn@epa.Qovl 

Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2014 10:37 AM 
To: Glas, Tobias 


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Subject: Test results foil 


Ex. 7 


Hi, Tobias. 

Test data for the above vehicle is attached. Please let me know if you have any 
questions. 

Regards, 

Lynn Sohacki 
Environmental Engineer 
Compliance Division 
EPA 

734-214-4851 


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To: Good, David[good.david@epa.gov] 

Cc: Wehrly, Linc[wehrly.Iinc@epa.gov]; Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov]; David J. Friedman 

(David.Friedman@dot.gov)[David.Friedman@dot.gov]; Schmidt, Oliver (EEO)[Oliver.Schmidt@vw.com]; 
Kata, Leonard (EEO)[Leonard.Kata@vw.com]; Peavyhouse, RobertfPeavyhouse.Robert@epa.gov] 
From: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Sent: Mon 9/22/2014 10:46:22 AM 

Subject: 2012 VWGoA Final Import Passenger Car and LDT CAFE with Porsche 

Final CAFE 2012 LDV to EPA +Porsche Sept 2014 .pdf 
Final CAFE 2012 LDT -t-Porsche Sept 2014to EPA .pdf 


Hello Dave; 


Please find a copy of the 2012 Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. Final Import Passenger Car 
and Light-Duty Truck CAFE reports. These CAFE reports were recalculated to include the 
Porsche fleets. The Verify final status was set to yes for both of these category reports. All 
Verify entered data was processed under the manufacturer code VWX for 2012 model year. If 
you have any questions please let me know. 


Best regards, 
Richard 


Richard E. Thomas 

Senior Emission Certification Specialist 
Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4213 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto: Richard.Thomas@VW.com 


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GROUP OF AMERICA 


Mr. Line Wehrly 

Compliance and Innovative Strategies Division 
Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
U.S, Environmental Protection Agency 
2000 Traverwood Drive 
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105 


Mr. Oliver Schmidt Name 
General Manager Title 

EEO Department 
248 754 4201 Phone 
248 754 4207 Fax 
Oliver.Schmidt@vw.com E-Mail 

September 19, 2014 Date 


Subject: Volkswagen Group of America 2012 Final Passenger Car CAFE Reports 
Recalculation with the addition of the Porsche fleet 


VOLKSWAGEN CROUP OF AMERICA, INC. 
3800 HAMLIN ROAD 
AUBURN HltlS, Ml 48326 
PHONE +1 248 754 5000 


Dear Mr. Wehriy; 

With our letter of January 7, 2014 we submitted a corrected Passenger Car 2012 report. 
The letter dated August 8,2014 from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 
(NHTSA) to Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. (VWGoA) provided instructions to 
combine the VWGoA with the Porsche fleets. This letter revises the January 7 th letter 
with a recalculated Import Passenger Car fleet average. 

Enclosed is the manufacturer’s recalculation of the 2012 final fuel economy average. 
This calculation is provided for the VWGoA Import Passenger Car category and in 
accordance to the regulations contained in 40 CFR 600.510-12. The final CAFE values 
are based upon approved EPA fuel economy data and final production volumes for the 
2012 model year vehicles. 

The Import Passenger Car category report has successfully been processed using the 
Verify system. The Baseline (Non-AMFA) CAFE adjusted value is now 32.9 MPG. The 
adjusted CAFE with AMFA Credits included is now 33.0 MPG. This value does not 
exceed the maximum cap and increase for 2012 of 1.2 MPG as specified in paragraph 
(h) of 40 CFR 600.510-12. 

The calculated reformed CAFE Import category standard is 33,7 MPG, as specified in 
paragraph (c) of 49 CFR 531.5. 

The Domestic Passenger Car category report is unchanged and has successfully been 
processed using the Verify system. The final CAFE value is 33.7 MPG. There are no 
domestically produced Porsche models. 

The calculated reformed CAFE Domestic category standard is 32.1 MPG, as specified in 
paragraph (c) of 49 CFR 531.5. 


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I 


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If you have any questions or require additional information, please contact me or Mr. 
Richard Thomas at (248) 754-4213. 


Sincerely, 

VOLKSWAGEN Group of America, Inc. 






Mr. Oliver Schmidt 
General Manager 

Engineering and Environmental Office 


Attachments 


cc: David J. Friedman, Acting Administrator 

U.S. DOT, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 

Byron Bunker, Director 
U.S. EPA, Compliance Division 


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f 



CROUP OF AMERICA 


Mr. Line Wehrly 

Compliance and Innovative Strategies Division 
Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 
2000 Traverwood Drive 
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105 


Mr. Oliver Schmidt Name 
General Manager Title 

EEO Department 
248 754 4201 Phone 
248 754 4207 Fax 
Oliver.Schmidt@vw.com E-Mail 

September 19, 2014 Date 


Subject: Volkswagen Group of America 2012 Final LOT CAFE Report 
Recalculation with the addition of the Porsche fleet 


VOLKSWAGEN CROUP OF AMERICA, INC. 
3800 HAMLIN ROAD 


With our letter dated May 30,2013 we submitted the manufacturer’s calculation for the 
2012 final fuel economy average. The letter dated August 8, 2014 from the National 
Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
(VWGoA) provided instructions to combine the VWGoA with the Porsche fleets. This 
letter revises the May 30, 2013 letter with a recalculated Light-Duty Truck (LDT) fleet 
average. 


AUBURN HILLS, Ml 48326 
PHONE +1 248 754 5000 


This recalculation is provided for the Volkswagen Group Import Truck category and in 
accordance with the regulations contained in 40 CFR 600.510-12. The final CAFE value 
is based upon approved EPA fuel economy data and final production volumes for the 
2012 model year. 


The report has been successfully reprocessed in and submitted through Verify. The 
Volkswagen Group reformed LDT CAFE standard is now 26.8 MPG for the 2012 model 
year in accordance with 49 CFR 533.5 (h). 


The final Volkswagen Group Import Truck CAFE value is now 26.9 MPG. 


If you have any questions or require additional information, please contact me or Richard 
Thomas of my staff at (248) 754-4213 or email Richard.Thomas@VW.com. 


Sincerely, 

VOLKSWAGEN Group of America, Inc. 



Mr. Oliver Schmidt, General Manager 
Engineering and Environmental Office 


Attachments 


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cc: David J, Friedman, Acting Administrator 

U,S, DOT, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 

Byron Bunker, Director 
U.S. EPA, Compliance Division 


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2012 FINAL CAFE-IMPORT TRUCK 
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP 
MANUFACTURER AVERAGE CALCULATION 


Calculate fuel economy average of domestically and non-domestically produced 
automobiles where: 


mport Average IAFE 


TIPA 



IMT 


FEMT 


MT=1 


= 26.9 MPG (unadjusted) 


IAFE Average fuel economy of non-domestically produced trucks. 

TIPA Total number of trucks produced or imported for sale in the United 

States. 

IMT Number of trucks of a model type produced or imported. 

FEMT Fuel economy, MPG for a model type. 

MT Model type 

n Total number of model types imported (as applicable in a 

manufacturer's model year). 


IAFE (unadjusted) = 77,809 

2893.7682 


26.8885 MPG 




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To: 

From: 

Sent: 

Subject: 


Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov]; Haynes, Ben[haynes.ben@epa.gov] 
Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Mon 9/22/2014 12:04:56 PM 


VW Group 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


Hello Jim and Ben, 


I submitted the 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


Please confirm the schedule when you have it. 


Regards 

Mike 


Michael Giles 

Certification Engineer 

Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4229 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto: Michael.Giles@VW.com 


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To: Wehrly, Linc[wehrly.Iinc@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Mon 9/22/2014 12:51:31 PM 

Subject: A.M. NEWSCAST: 'Two-tier' takes a tumble | Camry to get aluminum hood | Honda refreshes 

CR-V | Infiniti, VW China plans | Scion embraces Toyota tie 



September 22 , 20 



'Two-tier' strike-down » 
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Scion embraces parent » 



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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Mon 9/22/2014 12:52:01 PM 

Subject: A.M. NEWSCAST: 'Two-tier' takes a tumble | Camry to get aluminum hood | Honda refreshes 
CR-V | Infiniti, VW China plans | Scion embraces Toyota tie 



September 22 , 20 



'Two-tier' strike-down » 
Camry to get aluminum » 
Scion embraces parent » 



To view other breaking news stories throughout the day, visit autonews.com 
If you wish to cancel your subscription to this newsletter click here 
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To: 

From: 

Sent: 

Subject: 


Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 
Kata, Leonard (EEO) 

Mon 9/22/2014 12:56:02 PM 



Hello Jim: 


I wish to follow up on my earlier message. Would you have time to schedule a conference call 
this week to discuss the following topics: 



We would probably need 45-60 minutes. Mornings are preferred to accommodate our German 
colleagues. Also Wednesday morning (24.Sept. 14) from 0900 - 1030 is not good for us. 


Best regards, 


Len 


Leonard W. Kata 
Senior Manager 

Emission Regulations and Certification 
Engineering and Environmental Office 
Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 


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Phone: (248) 754-4204 
Cell: (248) 797-3886 
E-Mail: leonard.kata@vw.com 


From: Kata, Leonard (EEO) 

Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2014 9:27 AM 
To: Snyder.jim^Epa.gov 

Subject: | Ex. 4 - CBI 


Hello Jim: 



Is there a time that you are available over the next 1 to 2 weeks, for a conference call. As usual, 
something in the morning would be preferable to accommodate our colleagues in Germany. 


Best regards, 


Len 


Leonard W. Kata 


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Senior Manager 

Emission Regulations and Certification 
Engineering and Environmental Office 
Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
Phone: (248) 754-4204 
Cell: (248) 797-3886 
E-Mail: leonard.kata@vw.com 


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To: 

From: 

Sent: 

Subject: 


Glas, Tobias[Tobias.Glas@vw.com] 

Sohacki, Lynn 

Mon 9/22/2014 1:34:59 PM 


RE: Test results for 



Good morning, Tobias. 


I think it would be best to talk to your EPA certification rep, Jim Snyder. The reps usually go 
over IUVP testing plans with the manufacturers. Jim’s number is 734-214-4946. 


Regards, 
Lynn Sohacki 


From: Glas, Tobias [mailto:Tobias.Glas@vw.com] 
Sent: Friday, September 19, 2014 2:55 PM 
To: Sohacki, Lynn 

Subject: RE: Test results for T132RXX-0062 


Hi Lynn, 


I go through the regulation right now and have a few questions about the procurement and the 
number of cars that need to be tested for High Mileage / High Altitude. 


Who is the best person at EPA to contact for an answer? 


Have a nice weekend ! 


Tobias Glas 


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06/20/2017 


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in-Use Emission Compliance Specialist 


Engineering & Environmental Office 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 
United States of America 


Phone: (248) 754-4211 
Cell: (248)494-1537 
Fax: (248) 754-4207 
E-Mail: Tobias.Glas@vw.com 


From: Sohacki, Lynn f mailto:sohacki.lvnn@epa.gov' 

Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2014 12:36 PM 
To: Glas, Tobias 

Subject: RE: T Ex. 7 ! 


Hi, Tobias. 


Yes, the cold cell is up and running. I try to have at least one Cold CO test done per class. 


We are not planning on testing any more vehicles in this class. 


There are no VWs, Audis, Porsches or Bentleys included in the next stage of coast down testing. 


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Thanks for your help with this class. 


Lynn 


From: Glas, Tobias f mailto:Tobias.Glas@vw.com' 

Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2014 11:30 AM 
To: Sohacki, Lynn; Snyder,Jim 
Subject: RE: Test results 


Ex. 7 


Hi Lynn, 


Thank you for the results. I see you have the Cold chamber up and running. © 


Please let me know if you plan on testing any more cars for that test group or if Surveillance 
testing is finished. 


Last time I was at EPA I heard that there is another round of coastdown testing going on. Can 
you give me a heads up if there will be any VW, Audi, Porsche or Bentleys be part of the 
program? 


Thank you very much 


Tobias Glas 

In-Use Emission Compliance Specialist 
Engineering & Environmental Office 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


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Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 
United States of America 


Phone: (248) 754-4211 
Cell: (248)494-1537 
Fax: (248) 754-4207 
E-Mail: Tobias.Gjas@vw.com 


From: Sohacki, Lynn f mailto:sohacki.lvnn@epa.gov' 

Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2014 10:37 AM 
To: Glas, Tobias 
Subject: Test results for 


Ex. 7 


Hi, Tobias. 


Test data for the above vehicle is attached. Please let me know if you have any 
questions. 

Regards, 

Lynn Sohacki 
Environmental Engineer 
Compliance Division 
EPA 

734-214-4851 


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From: Wright, DavidA 

Sent: Mon 9/22/2014 5:04:22 PM 

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David A. Wright 

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Phone: (734)214-4467 
E-mail: wright.davida@epa.gov 


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To: Wright, DavidA[Wright.DavidA@epa.gov] 

From: Sigelko, Jenny (EEO) 

Sent: Mon 9/22/2014 5:30:50 PM 

Subject: RE: Propose moving J3066 Task Force Meeting to October 2 from September 25 


I can probably make it work either day. 


Thanks 


Jenny 


From: Wright, DavidA [mailto:Wright.DavidA@epa.gov] 

Sent: Monday, September 22, 2014 1:04 PM 

To: Tommy_Chang@ahm.honda.com; Buller, Patrick; Chris McCarthy; sconrad@hatci.com; Tom 
Beierschmitt (TEMA TTC); mky@chrysler.com; dennis.pawiak@na.mitsubishi-motors.com; 
douglas.reid@na.mitsubishi-motors.com; Paulina, Carl; Chris Nevers; Glodich, Jeffrey (J.M.); William 
Beggs; Ryan McGavock; Sigelko, Jenny (EEO); nokawa@mazdausa.com; Duoba, Michael J.; 
rloeffler@sae.org; Yuhase, Nicole (L.); yosuke_sato@ahm.honda.com; Ellies, Ben; Bowu Reed 
Subject: Propose moving J3066 Task Force Meeting to October 2 from September 25 


I would like to propose moving the next J3066 task force meeting from this Thursday, September 
25 to Thursday, October 2 from 1 until 3 pm. Let me know if anyone has any conflicts with this 
proposed change. 


Thanks, 


David 


David A. Wright 

Light-Duty Vehicle Center, Compliance Division 


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National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory 


Phone: (734)214-4467 
E-mail: wright.davida@epa.gov 


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To: Giles, Michael (EEO)[michael.giles@vw.com] 

From: Snyder, Jim 

Sent: Mon 9/22/2014 5:44:31 PM 

Subject: RE: VW Group - eGolf supporting information 


Mike, I forwarded the reply about the charger to the lab. I talked to Vince about the scheduling 
and he’ll look into it. 


I read the Mode doc but it didn’t say if the different regen modes latch or if there is a default 
setting on key on. 


From: Giles, Michael (EEO) [mailto:michael.giles@vw.com] 
Sent: Thursday, September 18, 2014 3:28 PM 
To: Snyder, Jim 

Subject: VW Group - eGolf supporting information 


Hello Jim 


As we discussed, I am sending you some supporting information for the e-Golf. 


1) Installation operation instructions for the wall charger. In addition, please see related text 
below with explanation from the factory: 


1) I spoke with our Electrical experts here and once again clarified the need for permanent 
installation. Below are the 2 points they referred in the Bosch Instruction Manual (attached) 
which mention following local safety standards, and the grounding instructions. It was explained 
to me that due to a DIN standard here in Europe they are not allowed to install an external plug 
due to the risk imposed if someone were to then plug it in outdoors where snow/water can effect 
it. That is why we were unable to outfit this wallbox with an external plug. There should be no 
functional difference between the 2 installation methods, but of course we would prefer the hard 
installation. 

a. If EPA is willing to take on the risk of external plug installation, they can do so. If they 

decide to use this approach, please find out which NEMA connector they are using. 


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b. Also, it’s worth noting that Bosch does not offer this charger as a plug-in option due to the 
same safety reasons. 


ake sure that the materials used and the 'installation procedures follow local building codes and s; 


jial fUaf 


4.2 Grounding Instructions 

This product must be connected to a grounded, metal, permanent wiring system; or an equipment grounding con¬ 
ductor must be run with the circuit conductors and connected to the equipment grounding terminal or lead on the 
product. 


2) PDF file with a description of the driving modes 


3) Dyno setup: As we discussed, the factory has stated that rotating mass has already been 
accounted for in the vehicle dyno coefficients. VW is requesting that EPA describe the dyno 
setup process so that we can confirm our understanding of how this will be done and avoid any 
misinterpretation. 


Thanks, 

Mike 


Michael Giles 

Certification Engineer 

Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 


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Phone: 248 754 4229 


Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto: Michael.Giles@VW.com 


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To: Mazaitis, Vincentpmazaitis.vincent@epa.gov] 

Cc: Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

From: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Sent: Mon 9/22/2014 6:29:47 PM 

Subject: RE: VW Group rEx'T-'cBr] 


Thanks for the follow up Vince. 


Regards, 



From: Mazaitis, Vincent [mailto:mazaitis.vincent@epa.gov] 
Sent: Monday, September 22, 2014 2:28 PM 
To: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Cc: Snyder, Jim 
Subject: RE: VW Group 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


Hello Mike, 



Thanks, and sorry for the delay! 


Vince Mazaitis 


From: Giles, Michael (EEO) [mailto:michael.giles@ vw.com ] 

Sent: Monday, September 22, 2014 12:51 PM 
To: Mazaitis, Vincent 
Cc: Snyder, Jim 


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Subject: RE: VW Group 



Hello Vince, 


Ex. 4 - CBI 

Can you assist with this? 


Thanks 

Mike 


From: Mazaitis, Vincent fmailto:mazaitis.vincent@epa.qov 

Sent: Monday, September 22, 2014 9:18 AM 
To: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Cc: Snyder, Jim 

Subject: RE: VW Group j"Ex. 4 - CBI I 


Hello Mike, 


Thanks for the “Heads Up!” 


Vince Mazaitis 


VW FOIA, EPA 


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From: Giles, Michael (EEO) [ mailto:michael.giles@vw.com ' 


Sent: Monday, September 22, 2014 8:05 AM 
To: Mazaitis, Vincent 
Subject: FW: VW Group 



Hello Vincent, just FYI. 


From: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Sent: Monday, September 22, 2014 8:05 AM 

To: Snyder, Jim; Ben Haynes (Havnes.ben@Epa.aov ) (Havnes.ben@Epa.aov ) 

Subject: VW Groupj Ex~4 - CbT 


Hello Jim and Ben, 


I submitted the 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


Please confirm the schedule when you have it. 


Regards 

Mike 


Michael Giles 

Certification Engineer 

Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


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Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 


3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 


Phone: 248 754 4229 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto: Michael.Giles@VW.com 


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To: Verify Help Desk[verifyhelp@csc.com] 

Cc: Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov]; Rodgers, William (EEO)[William.Rodgers@vw.com]; Allen, 

Gregory (EEO)[Gregory.Allen@vw.com] 

From: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Sent: Mon 9/22/2014 6:45:06 PM 

Subject: VW Group -j" Ex. 4 - CBI I 

i_J 


Hello Vince, 



Please advise if there is anything we can do to resolve this at your earliest convenience. 


Transaction Id: 


Ex. 4 - CBI 



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Regards 


Mike 

Michael Giles 

Certification Engineer 

Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4229 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto: Michael.Giles@VW.com 


VW FOIA, EPA 


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To: 

From: 

Sent: 

Subject: 


Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 
Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Mon 9/22/2014 7:48:53 PM 


RE: VW Group 


- i 

! EX.4-CBI 


supporting information 


Thanks for the follow up Jim. 


I forwarded your comments back to the factory. Hopefully we can discuss Wednesday or 
Thursday, or as soon as you have an open time for a call. Please keep me posted on your 
availability - we are flexible on our side. 


I am getting a bit nervous about the schedule. Vince stated that the lab still does not have the 
information they need to schedule the test. 

Please let us know if we need to do anything on our side to support the scheduling process. 


Thanks, 

Mike 


From: Snyder, Jim [mailto:Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

Sent: Monday, September 22, 2014 1:45 PM 

To: Giles, Michael (EEO)_ 

Subject: RE: VW Group “iEx. 4- CBI isupporting information 


Mike, I forwarded the reply about the charger to the lab. I talked to Vince about the scheduling 
and he’ll look into it. 



I 


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From: Giles, Michael (EEO) fmailto:michael.qiles@vw.corn 

Sent: Thursday, September 18, 2014 3:28 PM 
To: Snyder, Jim 

Subject: VW Group - r E ’ 4 ’ CB T supporting information 


Hello Jim 


As we discussed, I am sending you some supporting information for the 


Ex. 4 - CBI 



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2) PDF file with a description of the driving modes 


.4-CBI 


Thanks, 

Mike 



Michael Giles 

Certification Engineer 

Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4229 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto: Michael.Giles@VW.com 


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To: Wehrly, Linc[wehrly.linc@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Mon 9/22/2014 8:40:25 PM 

Subject: DAILY: Pay gap remains under Lear UAW contract after demise of two-tier wages | Honda's 
'bold' styling for refreshed CR-V | Can Prius set pace again? | Hyundai's hubris 


Today's most read story 

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Pay gap rem ains under Lear UAW 
contract after demise of two-tier 
wages 

UPDATED: 9/22/14 3:54 pm ET - acids revised wage 
figure 

3:02 pm U.S. ET | Sep 22 

The UAW has ended two-tier wages for the majority of 
workers at a Lear seating plant in Indiana, but certainly 
not all. A new four-year UAW contract ratified Sunday 
promises wage parity for about 450 of the 760 workers 
at Lear's Hammond, Ind., plant, said Tom DiDonato, Lear 
senior vice president of human resources. ... » READ 



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upgrades to refreshed '15 CR-V 

9:14 am U.S. ET | Sep 22 

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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Mon 9/22/2014 8:40:27 PM 

Subject: DAILY: Pay gap remains under Lear UAW contract after demise of two-tier wages | Honda's 
'bold' styling for refreshed CR-V | Can Prius set pace again? | Hyundai's hubris 


Today's most read story 

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Pay gap rem ains under Lear UAW 
contract after demise of two-tier 
wages 

UPDATED: 9/22/14 3:54 pm ET - acids revised wage 
figure 

3:02 pm U.S. ET | Sep 22 

The UAW has ended two-tier wages for the majority of 
workers at a Lear seating plant in Indiana, but certainly 
not all. A new four-year UAW contract ratified Sunday 
promises wage parity for about 450 of the 760 workers 
at Lear's Hammond, Ind., plant, said Tom DiDonato, Lear 
senior vice president of human resources. ... » READ 



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upgrades to refreshed '15 CR-V 

9:14 am U.S. ET | Sep 22 

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Colorado, GMC Canyon plant in 
Missouri 


UAW deal with Lear would shed two- 
tier wages at Ind, plant 


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To: Giles, Michael (EEO)[michael.giles@vw.com] 

Cc: Allen, Gregory (EEO)[Gregory.Allen@vw.com]; Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim 

Desk[verifyhelp@csc.com]; Rodgers, William (EEO)[William.Rodgers@vw.com] 
From: Vincent E Coleman 

Sent: Mon 9/22/2014 9:05:33 PM 

Subject: Re: VW Group - 

Hello Mr. Giles, 


epa.gov]; Verify Help 



Verify help desk ticket 
to you shortly. 


Ex. 4-CBI 


Iwas opened for your inquiry. We are looking into this and will get back 


Vincent 


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cc "Snyder, Jim" <snyder.jim@epa.gov>, "Rodgers, William (EEO)" 
<Wlliam.Rodgers@vw.com>, "Allen, Gregory (EEO)" 

<Gregory.Allen@vw.com> 

Subject VW Group-( 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


Hello Vince, 



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Please advise if there is anything we can do to resolve this at your earliest convenience. 



Regards 

Mike 

Michael Giles 

Certification Engineer 

Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamiin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4229 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto: Michael.Giles@VW.com 


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To: Brooks, Phillip[Brooks.Phillip@epa.gov] 

From: Environmental Law360 

Sent: Tue 9/23/2014 7:51:15 AM 

Subject: EPA Emails Don't Constitute Policy Determinations: Judge 



Tuesday, Sep. 23, 2014 


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claim it is a thinly veiled attempt to increase the price of land slated to be bought by the 
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giant of stealing a Florida man's proprietary design for a containment system allegedly used 
to stem the torrential subsea oil spill caused by the Deepwater Horizon disaster. 


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Becker 

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out of context. 


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requirements, says Adam Patrick Murray of the Arctic Law & Policy Institute. 


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From: Wright, DavidA 

Sent: Tue 9/23/2014 1:49:33 PM 

Subject: Next meeting of the J3066 Task Force has been moved to October 2. 


The next meeting of the J3066 task force will take place at the EPA Office of Transportation and 
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To: Giles, Michael (EEO)[michael.giles@vw.com] 

Cc: Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov]; Rodgers, William (EEO)[William.Rodgers@vw.com]; Allen, 

Gregory (EEO)[Gregory.Allen@vw.com] 

From: Vincent E Coleman 

Sent: Tue 9/23/2014 2:28:05 PM 

Subject: Re: VW Group f Ex. 4 - CBi I 


Hello Mr. Giles, 


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To Verify Help Desk@CSC 


cc "Snyder, Jim" <snyder.jim@epa.gov>, "Rodgers, William (EEO)" 
"Giles, Michael (EEO)" <VWIiam.Rodgers@vw.com>, "Allen, Gregory (EEO)" 

<michael.giles@vw.com> <Gregory.Allen@vw.com> 

Subject VW Group - e-Golf Test Group Submission Problem 

09/22/2014 02:45 PM 


Hello Vince, 



Regards 

Mike 

Michael Giles 

Certification Engineer 

Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamiin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4229 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto: Michael.Giles@VW.com 


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To: Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

Cc: Rodgers, William (EEO)[William.Rodgers@vw.com]; Allen, Gregory 

(EEO)[Gregory.Allen@vw.com]; Kata, Leonard (EEO)[Leonard.Kata@vw.com] 
From: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Sent: Tue 9/23/2014 3:05:01 PM 

Subject: VW Group - 


Ex. 4-CBI 


Hello Jim, 


We have uploaded the! Ex. 4 - CBI 

C bT 


Please review the r'Ex/i - cbi" lat your earliest convenience and contact me if you have questions. 


Regards, 

Mike 

Michael Giles 

Certification Engineer 

Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4229 
Fax: 248 754 4207 


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mailto: Michaei.Giles@VW.com 


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To: Thomas, Richard (EEO)[RichardThomas@vw.com] 

From: Good, David 

Sent: Wed 9/24/2014 3:10:25 PM 

Subject: RE: 2012 VWGoA Final Import Passenger Car and LDT CAFE with Porsche [Thanks] NNTO 


Thanks Richard. 


Dave 


From: Thomas, Richard (EEO) [mailto:Richard.Thomas@vw.com] 

Sent: Monday, September 22, 2014 6:46 AM 
To: Good, David 

Cc: Wehrly, Line; Snyder, Jim; David J. Friedman (David.Friedman@dot.gov); Schmidt, Oliver (EEO); 
Kata, Leonard (EEO); Peavyhouse, Robert 

Subject: 2012 VWGoA Final Import Passenger Car and LDT CAFE with Porsche 


Hello Dave; 


Please find a copy of the 2012 Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. Final Import Passenger Car 
and Light-Duty Truck CAFE reports. These CAFE reports were recalculated to include the 
Porsche fleets. The Verify final status was set to yes for both of these categoiy reports. All 
Verify entered data was processed under the manufacturer code VWX for 2012 model year. If 
you have any questions please let me know. 


Best regards, 
Richard 


Richard E. Thomas 

Senior Emission Certification Specialist 
Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 


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Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 


3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 


Phone: 248 754 4213 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto: Richard.Thomas@VW.com 


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To: Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

Cc: Rodgers, William (EEO)[William.Rodgers@vw.com]; Allen, Gregory 

(EEO)[Gregory.Allen@vw.com]; Thomas, Richard (EEO)[Richard.Thomas@vw.com]; Peter, Juergen 
(EASZ/1)[juergen.peter@volkswagen.de]; Horton, Garett (VWGoA lmp)[garett.horton@volkswagen.de]; 
Schlueter, Hannah (EASZ/1)[hannah.schlueter@volkswagen.de]; Giles, Michael 
(EEO)[michael.giles@vw.com] 

From: Kata, Leonard (EEO) 

Sent: Wed 9/24/2014 3:26:41 PM 


Subject: RE: VW Group 



?hone Discussion 


Hello Jim: 


While all parties are together, could we address the 
Alternatively, a separate meeting is still requested. 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


1 topic as well? 


Best regards, 


Len 


Leonard W, Kata 
Senior Manager 

Emission Regulations and Certification 

Engineering and Environmental Office 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

Phone: (248) 754-4204 

Cell: (248) 797-3886 

E-Mail: leonard.kata@vw.com 


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From: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Sent: Wednesday, September 24, 2014 11:14 AM 
To: Snyder, Jim 

Cc: Kata, Leonard (EEO); Rodgers, William (EEO); Allen, Gregory (EEO); Thomas, Richard (EEO); 
Peter, Juergen (EASZ/1); Horton, Garett (VWGoA Imp); Schlueter, Hannah (EASZ/1) 


Subject: VW Group 




Ex. 4 - CBI 


Phone Discussion 


Hello Jim, 


As a follow up to my voice message and our previous discussions, we would like to set a time for 
a phone discussion for the Anytime tomorrow (Thursday) or later will work for us, but 

we would appreciate meeting at your earliest possible convenience. We could plan to do the 
meeting in a 30 minute window or maybe an hour if you can spare it. 


Topics: 



Please let us know when you are available for the discussion and I will set up a dial in number. 


Thanks, 

Mike 


Michael Giles 


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Certification Engineer 


Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4229 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto: Michael.Giles@VW.com 


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Alex Keros 


To: | Ex. 7 

(alexander.keros@gm.com)[alexander.keros@gm.com]; Bill Elrick[belrick@CAFCP.org]; Fred Joseck 
(fred.joseck@ee.doe.gov)[fred.joseck@ee.doe.gov]; Joerg Launer 

(Jorg.Launer@vw.com)[Jorg.Launer@vw.com]; John Juriga (jjuriga@hatci.com)[jjuriga@hatci.com]; 
MIKULIN, JOHN[MIKULIN.JOHN@EPA.GOV]; Justin Ward 

(justin.ward@tema.toyota.com)Oustin.ward@tema.toyota.com]; Lance Atkins (lance.atkins@nissan- 
usa.com)[lance.atkins@nissan-usa.com]; mmiyasato@aqmd.gov[mmiyasato@aqmd.gov]; McKinney, 
Jim@Energy[Jim.McKinney@energy.ca.gov]; r.modlin@chrysler.com[r.modlin@chrysler.com]; Robert 
Bienenfeld (Robert_Bienenfeld@ahm.honda.com)[Robert_Bienenfeld@ahm.honda.com]; Ronald 
Grasman (ronald.grasman@daimler.com)[ronald.grasman@daimler.com]; Thorsten Wesse 
(Thorsten.Wesse@afcc-auto.com)[Thorsten.Wesse@afcc-auto.com]; Andreas Truckenbrodt 
(andreas.truckenbrodt@truckenbrodts.com)[andreas. truckenbrodt@truckenbrodts.com] 

Cc: Catherine.kim@daimler.com[catherine.kim@daimler.com]; Kaori Alarid 

(ka^Lalarj.d@JemaiQyjata.bjamtIkaQ£i*aLadd@tema.Jo.yo.ta.jcio.m.l; JZZ””" "e’x’T I 

Ex. 7 lieTanieHobenshfeld 

L (meJan'ieThobeh'shieTd'@afcc ; au1o7coiff)]iTieTahie.'h6behshTeld@aTcc-auto.com]; Nancy Ann Leffler 
(NAL@CHRYSLER.COM)[NAL@CHRYSLER.COM]; Pat Kraysett pkrays er@aqmd. gov ]; Amy Lill y 
(alilly@hatci.com)(alilly@hatci.com); \___ Ex. 7 

Ex. 7 B66"'Cas'sfdyXr"o"6eiT.'cassTdy@mssah- 


Ex. 7 


Ex. 7 


usa.com)]robert.cassidy@nissan-usa.com]; Brandi Gonzales[bgonzales@CAFCP.org]; 

Ex. 7 prundlefT 

ChnsfopheTTgrun'drercliYTstbpb'ef@epa.gdvI;'Ohh~s WhJteIcwh'ite@ CrA ' FC Fr6rg]; 'Peah K ato _ 

(dean@intereco.com)[dean@intereco.com]; | Ex. 7 

Frank Seyfried (frank.seytried l@volkswa.gen.be)(trari'K.'S'eyfriecr@vOTkSwag'e'n.'dg];'; 

Ex. 7 pared Farnsworth 

'Q'ar'ed'.fafhsWor1h@tema't6ybfa.'com)]jafedTafnsworth@tema.toyota.com]; Jason Marcinkoski 
(jason.marcinkoski@ee.doe.gov)[jason.marcinkoski@ee.doe.gov]; Jerome Gregeois 
(jgregeois@hatci.com)[jgregeois@hatci.com]; Juergen Friedrich 
(juergen.friedrich@daimler.com)[juergen.friedrich@daimler.com]; Kevin Lee 
(kslee@hatci.com)[kslee@hatci.com]; Kiho Yoo (k.u@hyundai-motor.com)[k.u@hyundai-motor.com]; 
Linda Carrizosa[lcarrizosa@cafcp.org]; Lisa Mirisola (lmirisola@aqmd.gov)[lmirisola@aqmd.gov]; Mark S. 
Torigian Esq (Mtorigian@hatci.com)[Mtorigian@hatci.com]; Matt McClory 
(matt.mcclory@tema.toyota.com)[matt.mcclory@tema.toyota.com]; Matthew Forrest 
(matthew.forrest@daimler.com)[matthew.forrest@daimler.com]; Nico 
Bouwkamp[nbouwkamp@cafcp.org]; Randy Roesser 

(Randy.Roesser@energy.ca.gov)[Randy.Roesser@energy.ca.gov]; Wysor, Tad[wysor.tad@epa.gov]; 
Takehito Yokoo (takehito.yokoo@tema.toyota.com)[takehito.yokoo@tema.toyota.com]; Tiger Jeong 
(tigerjeong@hyundai.com)[tigerjeong@hyundai.com]; Tim Olson 
(tolson@energy.state.ca.us)[tolson@energy.state.ca.us]; 'Launer, Joerg (VWoA- 
ERL)'[Joerg.Launer@vw.com]; 'Bob Knight'[rknight@bki.com]; 'Wanda Valencia'[wvalencia@bki.com]; 
Tyson Eckerle (tyson.eckerle@gov.ca.gov)[tyson.eckerle@gov.ca.gov] 

From: Linda Carrizosa 

Sent: Wed 9/24/2014 4:25:14 PM 

Subject: Agenda for 9/30 ST Meeting - Strategic Re-alignment meeting now available on MR 


Good Morning Steering Team members, 


The agenda for this Steering Team Meeting on Sept 30 is now available on MR located here: 

http://cafcpmembers.org/membersonly/steering-team-meeting-20140930 . 


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Reminder - In-person meeting: 


Would just like to remind everyone that this is an in-person meeting being held at the CaFCP HQ 
located at 3300 Industrial Blvd, Ste. 1000, West Sacramento, CA 95691. This meeting will be 
from 9am to 4pm. 


RSVP Request: 

Please let me know if you will be here for the meeting, so we can plan accordingly. 


Thank you, 


Linda Carrizosa | Administrative Assistant j CaFCP 

D 916 371 2870 [ F 916 375 8005 | lcarrizosa@cafcp.ora 

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To: andrew.ramos@gm.com[andrew.ramos@gm.com]; 'ball.joel@epa.gov'['ball.joel@epa.gov']; 

Beierschmitt, Thomas (T.A.)[tbeiers1@ford.com]; 'Berg, Olle ()'[olle.berg@volvocars.com]; 'Bob 
MaxweH'[remaxwell@comcast.net]; brian.mace@horiba.com[brian.mace@horiba.com]; Bulier, 
Patrick[patrick.bulier@volvocars.com]; Paulina, Carl[paulina.carl@epa.gov]; Chris 
Nevers[CNevers@autoalliance.org]; 'chris. mccarthy@gm.com'['chris. mccarthy@gm.com']; 
david.woods@chrysler.com[david.woods@chrysier.com]; 'Dennis Pawlak'[Dennis.Pawlak@na.mitsubishi- 
motors.com]; 'Douglas Reid'[Douglas.Reid@na.mitsubishi-motors.com]; Dr. Robert Otto Rasmussen, PE 
[Robotto@TheTranstecGroup.com]; 'Duoba, Mike'[mduoba@anl.gov]; Glodich, Jeffrey 
(J.M.)[jglodich@ford.com]; 'Jeff Foor'Odfl4@chrysler.com]; 

Jenny.Sigelko@vw.com[Jenny.Sigelko@vw.com]; JNIKEUS@volvocars.com[JNIKEUS@volvocars.com]; 
'Keith Thompson'[Keith.Thompson@bepco.com]; kyle.bedsole@gm.com[kyle.bedsoie@gm.com]; 
'Mahmoud Yassine'[mky@chrysler.com]; 'Marc Belzile'[marc.a.belzile@tc.gc.ca]; 'mark 
paxton'[mpaxton@ganassi.com]; 'Meyer, Norm'[norm.meyer@tc.gc.ca]; 
mike.timmerman@horiba.com[mike.timmerman@horiba.com]; Okawa, Naoyasu 
(N.)[okawa.n@mazda.co.jp]; Peabody, Jason (J.A.)[jpeabod6@ford.com]; 'Peter Z. 
Janosi'[peter.janosi@roush.com]; 'RMiller@hatci.com'['RMiller@hatci.com']; 'Roxanne 
Loeffler'[rloeffler@sae.org]; 'Schlueter, Hannah (EASZ/1)'[hannah.schlueter@volkswagen.de]; 
sconrad@hatci.com [sconrad@hatci.com]; 'snyder.jim@epa.gov'['snyder.jim@epa.gov']; Steve 
Karamihas[stevemk@umich.edu]; Steve.baldus@gm.com[steve.baldus@gm.com]; 
Suanne.Thomas@vw.com[Suanne.Thomas@vw.com]; 

'tom.beierschmitt@tema.toyota.com'['tom. beierschmitt@tema.toyota.com']; 
'tommy_chang@ahm.honda.com'['tommy_chang@ahm.honda.com']; Vineet 

Mehta[vineet@teslamotors.com]; William Beggs <william.beggs@gm.com>[william.beggs@gm.com]; Ott, 
William[ott.william@epa.gov]; Wright, DavidA[Wright.DavidA@epa.gov]; 

yosuke_sato@ahm.honda.com[yosuke_sato@ahm.honda.com]; Yuhase, Nicole (L.)[nyuhase@ford.com] 
From: Glodich, Jeffrey (J.M.) 

Sent: Wed 9/24/2014 5:46:19 PM 

Subject: SAE LDVP Committee Agenda 9-26-14 

Aqenda - Light Duty Vehicle Performance Measurement Standards Committee - 9 26 2014 .doc 


Agenda for Friday attached. 

Jeff Glodich 

Ford Motor Company 

Vehicle Environmental Regulatory Strategy and Planning 

217-E4 WHQ 
(313)845-1579 


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AGENDA 

Light-Duty Vehicle Performance Measurement Standards Committee 

Chair - Jeff Glodich 
Secretary - Nicole Yuhase 
Wednesday, September 26 th , 2014 

1:00-3:00 PM 

Toyota Technical Center, Ann Arbor 
(Building 1555,1555 Woodridge) 


Conference Call: 

Ex. 6 


Web Meeting: 

https://www.connectmeeting.att.com 

Ex. 6 


1. Welcome and Introductions 

2. Membership Review 

3. Document Review 


J2263: "Road Load Measurement Using Onboard Anemometry and Coastdown 
Techniques" 

• Sponsor: Tom Beierschmitt 

• J1263 pull-in items 

• Continue document review 

J1634: "Electric Vehicle Energy Consumption and Range Test Procedure" 

• Open for review 

• Review Tesla Calculation (posted to work area) 

J3066: "On-Board Fuel Consumption and Measurement Reporting Standard" 

• Sponsor: David Wright 

• Subcommittee status 

4. Other Business 


NEXT MEETING 

• 10/23 (proposed) 


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To: andrew.ramos@gm.com[andrew.ramos@gm.com]; 'ball.joel@epa.gov'['ball.joel@epa.gov']; 

Beierschmitt, Thomas (T.A.)[tbeiers1@ford.com]; 'Berg, Olle ()'[olle.berg@voivocars.com]; 'Bob 
Maxweir[remaxwell@comcast.net]; brian.mace@horiba.com[brian.mace@horiba.com]; Buller, 
Patrick[patrick.bulier@volvocars.com]; Paulina, Carl[paulina.carl@epa.gov]; Chris 
Nevers[CNevers@autoalliance.org]; 'chris.mccarthy@gm.com'['chris.mccarthy@gm.com']; 
david.woods@chrysier.com[david.woods@chrysier.com]; 'Dennis Pawlak'[Dennis.Pawlak@na.mitsubishi- 
motors.com]; 'Douglas Reid'[Douglas.Reid@na.mitsubishi-motors.com]; Dr. Robert Otto Rasmussen, PE 
[Robotto@TheTranstecGroup.com]; 'Duoba, Mike'[mduoba@anl.gov]; 'Jeff Foor'[jdf14@chrysler.com]; 
Jenny.Sigelko@vw.com[Jenny.Sigelko@vw.com]; JNIKEUS@volvocars.com[JNIKEUS@vo!vocars.com]; 
'Keith Thompson'[Keith.Thompson@bepco.com]; kyle.bedsole@gm.com[kyie.bedsoie@gm.com]; 
'Mahmoud Yassine'[rmky@chrysler.com]; 'Marc Belzile'[marc.a.belziie@tc.gc.ca]; 'mark 
paxton'[mpaxton@ganassi.com]; 'Meyer, Norm'[norm.meyer@tc.gc.ca]; 
mike.timmerman@horiba.com[mike.timmerman@horiba.com]; Okawa, Naoyasu 
(N.)[okawa.n@mazda.co.jp]; Peabody, Jason (J.A.)[jpeabod6@ford.com]; 'Peter Z. 
Janosi'[peter.janosi@roush.com]; 'RMiller@hatci.com'['RMiller@hatci.com']; 'Roxanne 
Loeffler'[rloeffler@sae.org]; 'Schiueter, Hannah (EASZ/1)'[hannah.schiueter@volkswagen.de]; 
sconrad@hatci.com [sconrad@hatci.com]; 'snyder.jim@epa.gov'['snyder.jim@epa.gov']; Steve 
Karamihas[stevemk@umich.edu]; Steve.baldus@gm.com[steve.baldus@gm.com]; 
Suanne.Thomas@vw.com[Suanne.Thomas@vw.com]; 

'tom.beierschmitt@tema.toyota.com'['tom. beierschmitt@tema.toyota.com']; 
'tommy_chang@ahm.honda.com'['tommy_chang@ahm.honda.com']; Vineet 

Mehta[vineet@teslamotors.com]; William Beggs <william.beggs@gm.com>[william.beggs@gm.com]; Ott, 
William[ott.william@epa.gov]; Wright, DavidA[Wright.DavidA@epa.gov]; 

yosuke_sato@ahm.honda.com[yosuke_sato@ahm.honda.com]; Yuhase, Nicole (L.)[nyuhase@ford.com] 
From: Glodich, Jeffrey (J.M.) 

Sent: Wed 9/24/2014 5:56:01 PM 

Subject: RE: SAE LDVP Committee Agenda 9-26-14 

Agenda - Light Duty Vehicle Performance Measurement Standards Committee - 9 26 2014.doc 


FYI, agenda with corrected meeting day (Friday). 


From: Glodich, Jeffrey (J.M.) 

Sent: Wednesday, September 24, 2014 1:46 PM 

To: andrew.ramos@gm.com; 'bali.joel@epa.gov'; Beierschmitt, Thomas (T.A.); 'Berg, Olle ()'; 'Bob 
Maxwell'; brian.mace@horiba.com; 'Buller, Patrick'; 'Carl Paulina'; Chris Nevers; 
'chris.mccarthy@gm.com'; 'david.woods@chrysler.com'; 'Dennis Pawlak'; 'Douglas Reid'; Dr. Robert Otto 
Rasmussen, PE ; 'Duoba, Mike'; Glodich, Jeffrey (J.M.); 'Jeff Foor'; 'Jenny.Sigelko@vw.com'; 
'JNIKEUS@volvocars.com'; 'Keith Thompson'; kyle.bedsole@gm.com; 'Mahmoud Yassine'; 'Marc Belzile'; 
'mark paxton'; 'Meyer, Norm'; mike.timmerman@horiba.com; Okawa, Naoyasu (N.); Peabody, Jason 
(J.A.); 'Peter Z. Janosi'; 'RMiller@hatci.com'; 'Roxanne Loeffler'; 'Schiueter, Hannah (EASZ/1)'; 
sconrad@hatci.com ; 'snyder.jim@epa.gov'; Steve Karamihas; steve.baldus@gm.com; 
'Suanne.Thomas@vw.com'; 'tom.beierschmitt@tema.toyota.com'; 'tommy_chang@ahm.honda.com'; 
'Vineet Mehta'; William Beggs <william.beggs@gm.com>; 'William Ott'; Wright, DavidA; 
yosuke_sato@ahm.honda.com; Yuhase, Nicole (L.) 

Subject: SAE LDVP Committee Agenda 9-26-14 


Agenda for Friday attached. 

« File: Agenda - Light Duty Vehicle Performance Measurement Standards Committee - 9_26_2014.doc 
» 


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Jeff Glodich 

Ford Motor Company 

Vehicle Environmental Regulatory Strategy and Planning 

217-E4 WHQ 
(313)845-1579 


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AGENDA 

Light-Duty Vehicle Performance Measurement Standards Committee 

Chair - Jeff Glodich 
Secretary - Nicole Yuhase 
Friday, September 26 th , 2014 
1:00-3:00 PM 

Toyota Technical Center, Ann Arbor 
(Building 1555,1555 Woodridge) 


Conference Call: 

Ex76 


Web Meeting: 

https://www.connectmeetinq.att.com 

_ j.. m _-*-t-_ r _.a a. .......... 

Ex. 6 


1. Welcome and Introductions 

2. Membership Review 

3. Document Review 


J2263: "Road Load Measurement Using Onboard Anemometry and Coastdown 
Techniques" 

• Sponsor: Tom Beierschmitt 

• J1263 pull-in items 

• Continue document review 

J1634: "Electric Vehicle Energy Consumption and Range Test Procedure" 

• Open for review 

• Review Tesla Calculation (posted to work area) 

J3066: "On-Board Fuel Consumption and Measurement Reporting Standard" 

• Sponsor: David Wright 

• Subcommittee status 

4. Other Business 


NEXT MEETING 

• 9/18 (proposed) 


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Anti-Trust Statement: In discharging their responsibilities, members of the Technical 
Standards Board, Councils/Division, and Technical Committees function as individuals and not 
as agents or representatives of any organization with which they may be associated, except 
that government employees participate in accordance with governmental regulations. 
Members are appointed to SAE Technical Committees on the basis of their individual 
qualifications which enable them to contribute to the work of the Committee. 


Patent Disclosure: Each SAE Technical Committee or SAE working group member would be 
required to disclose at specified times during a development process all patents and patent 
applications that are owned, controlled or licensed by the member, member’s employer or third 
party and that the member believes may become essential to the draft specification under 
development. The member would make this disclosure based on the member’s good faith and 
reasonable inquiry. If SAE International receives a notice that a proposed SAE Technical 
Report may require the use of an invention claimed in a patent, the respective part of the SAE 
Technical Standards Board Policy will be followed. 


Transparency Statement: This Technical Committee/Task Force is committed to 
transparency at the highest level. All topics are discussed in open meetings and decisions are 
consensus based (not unanimous). Committee/Task Force members are required to be vigilant 
in their efforts to monitor Committee/Task Force activities and decisions by actively 
participating in the Committee/Task Force. Any issues with the transparency of this 
Committee/Task Force not resolved by the Committee/Task Force Chairman should be 
brought to the attention of the SAE for resolution. 

IP Statement: SAE's intellectual property is its most valuable asset. As such, the Society 
expends considerable resources maintaining and protecting its rights to its intellectual property. 

SAE reserves the right to copyright any of its print products, electronic products, databases, 
audio/visual products and any other subject matter. This is intended to protect SAE and its 
members from unauthorized copying and distribution of SAE intellectual property. SAE's 
intellectual property may only be used in a manner that furthers the organization's purposes. 

It is also SAE policy that the copyrights and other intellectual property rights of third parties be 
respected and not infringed upon by SAE or any of its committees, or any employee, member 
or other person acting on behalf of SAE. 

As a participant in SAE Technical Committees, individuals agree that the collective work of the 
committee(s) is the property of SAE, and SAE is charged with its publication, dissemination, 
and protection. 


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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

Cc: Cook, Leila[cook.Ieila@epa.gov] 

From: Blubaugh, Jim 

Sent: Wed 9/24/2014 6:35:14 PM 

Subject: status 


Chris, 


As a reminder I will be attending the CCAC Global ULSD Strategy session with UNEP, ICCT 
and others on Thursday and Friday this week. 



Please let me know if you have any questions. 


Thanks, 

Jim 


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Jim Blubaugh, Director 


International Programs 

Office of Transportation and Air Quality 

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 

(202)564-5403 


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To: Schaefer, Ron[schaefer.ron@epa.gov]; Duncan, Allen[duncan.allen@epa.gov]; Greuel, 

Justin[Greuel. Justin@epa.gov] 

Cc: Orehowsky, GregoryfOrehowsky.Gregory@epa.gov] 

From: Healy, Stephen 

Sent: Wed 9/24/2014 8:01:37 PM 

Subject: FW: Range extender engine certification 

WM R eport 0 82614_with Appendices.pdf 
ATT00001.htm 


This gentleman is looking into using a light-duty Audi diesel engine in a Hybrid electric (range 
extender) refuse truck. He knows very little of any of our regulations, so we’re starting at ground 
zero with him. In light of other recent discussions with other HD hybrid truck manufacturers I 
suggest we have an introductory conference call with him to get the ball rolling. Please take a 
look at the attached presentation for background. I’ll set up a call with him perhaps next week. 


Let me know what you think. 


Steve 


From: Thomas Hopkins [mailto:hopkins@zeroetech.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, September 23, 2014 6:43 PM 
To: Healy, Stephen 

Subject: Range extender engine certification 


Stephen, 


Thank you for following up with me on the issue of whether the engine in a range extender needs 
to comply with the fuel emission regulations for heavy-duty trucks. Our question (does the 
exclusion identified in 40 CFR 1036.5 (b) “Engines installed in heavy-duty vehicles that do not 
provide motive power” apply to the range extender in a series hybrid electric drive?) and Mr. 
Greg Orehowsky’s initial response are below. 


The engine in our proposed range extender is not mechanically connected to the drive wheels of 
a vehicle. Its sole purpose is to generate electricity and it is quite different in performance to the 
conventional traction engine in a heavy-duty vehicle in that it is much smaller and it runs at a 
constant, optimal speed where it has the best fuel economy and the lowest emissions. The 
optimal operation point is at lower power than maximim power at that speed. So while it does 
provide power for the electric traction motor, both directly and via the battery pack, it is a much 


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cleaner engine than a conventional heavy-duty traction engine. 


I have attached a report that we did for Waste Management on the electrification of their diesel- 
powered trash fleet. You will surely like the positive impact that our proposed program will have 
on the environment. Appendix E is a discussion of the design of our hybrid electric drive - this 
discussion was originally prepared when we were focussing on automobiles, but the principles 
are the same for hybrid drives focused on heavy-duty trucks. Please keep this information 
strictly confidential. It appears that Waste Management is disposed to follow through on this 
proposal and they are working with us to prepare a detailed proposal for their board. 


You will also find Appendix C interesting as this discusses the optimal operating point for the 
Audi/VW 3.0L diesel engine that we propose to use to power the range extender. The optimal 
operating point is at 2300 ipm at 89.3 kW power output, less than the power output possible at 
this speed if it were fully loaded, and much less than the full power that the engine is capable of 
when run at top speed and full load. Our generator is sized to operate at this optimal point. The 
bottom line is that we do not utilize a lot of the engine’s capability in order to optimize its 
performance (economy and emissions). A drive cycle that would accurately measure the 
emissions for this engine in this range extender application is a steady 2300 ipm speed with 
partial loading. Nothing to do with the drive cycle of a heavy-duty truck. 


You might also find Appendix F interesting as we had to develop our own drive cycle to 
understand and optimize the performance of the whole drive, taking into account that we can 
chose when to turn on and off the range extender. It was only by examinging the truck’s 
performance over a 100 mile/500 pickup cycle were we able to see that the optimal way to 
operate was to "Run Silent No Fumes" during the collection phases, and to turn on the range 
extender while driving the highway or during the driver’s breaks. 


The second question that I asked you in our discussion is whether an engine that is "chassis 
dynamometer certified" for light-duty vehicles can be used for in heavy duty truck that would 
normally require an "engine dynamometer certified” unit if that engine were propelling the truck 
itself. Please keep keep in mind that the engine portion of a range extender is actually operating 
in light-duty mode (amning steadily at a light load to give optimal performance) even when it is 
in a heavy-duty tmck... that the drive cycle to test the range extender should surely reflect how it 
actually operates - slow, steady, less than full power for the selected speed - rather than the drive 
cycle that the tmck itself would face and that is handled by the traction electric motors, not the 
range extender engine. 


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It is surely apparent that the engine in our range-extender application will ran cleaner than if 
used as a traction engine with full load and varying speeds. I hope the EPA is delighted with this 
development and do all it can to promote the adoption of this hybrid design. 


We ask that you rule that the engine of a range-extender is to exceed the FE and GHG rules for 
either a light- or heavy-duty vehicle when tested with a drive cycle that reflects how it is actually 
operated. Further, that this can be determined from an efficiency map provided by the engine's 
manufacturer. 


I look forward to your response. 


Yours truly 


Tom Hopkins 


Thomas H. Hopkins 
CEO & CTO 

Zero E Technologies, LLC 
9500 W. 49th Ave., UnitA-103 
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 
Phone: 970 390 6607 


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To: Wehrly, Linc[wehrly.Iinc@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Wed 9/24/2014 8:43:28 PM 

Subject: DAILY: Cadillac flagship sedan to be named CT6 | Report faults Treasury on 'excessive' post¬ 
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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Wed 9/24/2014 8:43:30 PM 

Subject: DAILY: Cadillac flagship sedan to be named CT6 | Report faults Treasury on 'excessive' post¬ 
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Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

Allen, Gregory (EEO)[Gregory.Allen@vw.com]; Giles, Michael (EEO)[miehael.giles@vw.com] 
Rodgers, William (EEO) 

Mon 9/29/2014 12:45:10 PM 


2016 VW Group 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


Hello Jim, 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


Please let me know if there are any questions or concerns with this information. 


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To: 

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Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 
Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Mon 9/29/2014 1:42:18 PM 


RE: VW Group 


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Phone Discussion 


Hello Jim, 


I hope you had a good weekend. This is just a friendly reminder about the phone call we wanted 
to have. Please let us know a time that works for you and we will be available. 


Regards, 

Mike 


From: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Sent: Wednesday, September 24, 2014 11:14 AM 
To: Snyder, Jim 

Cc: Kata, Leonard; Rodgers, William; Allen, Gregory (EEO); Thomas, Richard (EEO) 
(Richard.Thomas@vw.com); Peter, Juergen (EASZ/1) (juergen.peter@volkswagen.de); Horton, Garett 
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Subject: VW Group 



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Hello Jim, 


As a follow up to my voice message and our previous discussions, we would like to set a time for 
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meeting in a 30 minute window or maybe an hour if you can spare it. 


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Please let us know when you are available for the discussion and I will set up a dial in number. 

Thanks, 

Mike 

Michael Giles 

Certification Engineer 

Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4229 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

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To: Pidgeon, Billfpidgeon.bill@epa.gov] 

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electric 2017 Chevrolet Sonic EV for which General Motors 
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conversant in Latin, buyer beware. That's the lesson that 
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From: Good, David 

Sent: Mon 9/29/2014 6:48:54 PM 

Subject: FW: CAFE/GHG - the revised 2012 VW CAFE/GHG letters are in the signing queue (CAFE is 
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To: Wehrly, Linc[wehrly.Iinc@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Mon 9/29/2014 8:38:16 PM 

Subject: DAILY: UAW, 2 German labor groups join forces in bid to organize VW Tenn. plant | Toyoda 
Gosei agrees to pay $26M fine for price-fixing | Why New York is the wrong move for Cadillac 


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Volkswagen AG assembly plant in Chattanooga, a top 
UAW official said today. ... » READ 



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1:48 pm U.S, ET | Sep 23 

Japanese auto parts maker Toyoda Gosei agreed to 
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Ford sets goal of 9.4M global sales 
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Ford alms to increase its global sales by 52 percent to 
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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Mon 9/29/2014 8:38:18 PM 

Subject: DAILY: UAW, 2 German labor groups join forces in bid to organize VW Tenn. plant | Toyoda 
Gosei agrees to pay $26M fine for price-fixing | Why New York is the wrong move for Cadillac 


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the wav 

UPDATED: 9/23/14 4:22 pm ET - adds stock close, 
details 

3:28 pm U.S. ET ( Sep 29 

Ford alms to increase its global sales by 52 percent to 
9.4 million annually by 2020 by tapping into fast¬ 
growing Asian markets, investing heavily in its Lincoln 
luxury brand, and expanding its global offerings of 


small cars and utility vehicles, executives said today. ... 


» READ 



Ford brings new F-150 to dealers, 
consumers for test drives 

UPDATED: 9/29/14 8:39 am ET - Correction 
12:30 am U.S. ET | Sep 29 

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To: Good, David[good.david@epa.gov] 

Cc: Maurice. Hicks@dot.gov[Maurice. Hicks@dot.gov]; 

t.letkiewicz.ctr@dot.gov[t.letkiewicz.ctr@dot.gov] 

From: Harry.Thompson@dot.gov 

Sent: Tue 9/30/2014 10:57:26 AM 

Subject: RE: CAFE/GHG - the revised 2012 VW CAFE/GHG letters are in the signing queue (CAFE is 
combined with Porsche); NNTO 


Thanks. Are you (EPA) any closer on 2011 & 2012 Hyundai & Kia? 


From: Good, David [mailto:good.david@epa.gov] 

Sent: Monday, September 29, 2014 2:49 PM 
To: Thompson, Harry (NHTSA) 

Subject: FW: CAFE/GHG - the revised 2012 VW CAFE/GHG letters are in the signing queue (CAFE is 
combined with Porsche); NNTO 


FYI—you should see something your in-box today or tomorrow. 


Dave 


From: Good, David 

Sent: Monday, September 29, 2014 2:13 PM 
To: Wehrly, Line 

Cc: French, Roberts; Peavyhouse, Robert 

Subject: CAFE/GHG - the revised 2012 VW CAFE/GHG letters are in the signing queue (CAFE is 
combined with Porsche); NNTO 


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From: Snyder, Jim 

Required Attendees: Wehrly, Line; Ott, William; Wright, DavidA; Paulina, Carl; Giles, 

Michael (EEO) 

Optional Attendees: Smithson, Arlene; McBryde, Dan 

Location: AA-Room-Office-C35-ConfRoom/AA-OTAQ-OFFICE 

Importance: Normal 

Subject: Lab testing the BEV VW Golf 

Start Date/Time: Wed 10/1/2014 1:30:00 PM 

End Date/Time: Wed 10/1/2014 2:30:00 PM 

We've covered most of this already but its a chance to ask or answer any questions. We have 
another meeting at 10 so hopefully this won't run long. 


We could plan to do the meeting in a 30 minute window or maybe an hour if you can spare it. 
Topics: 

Charging box connection 
Driving mode review 

Road load coefficients / dyno setup review 
Anticipated Testing schedule 

Please let us know when you are available for the discussion and I will set up a dial in number. 

Thanks, 

Mike 

Michael Giles 


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To: Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

From: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Sent: Tue 9/30/2014 6:55:54 PM 

Subject: VW Group - Proposed meeting Wed 10:00 am (?) 


Hi Jim, 


As a follow up to my voice mail, we spoke to Juergen and he is hoping we could do the phone 
call Wednesday at 10:00 our time. I hope this might work, either way please let me know. 



Thanks, 

Mike 


Michael Giles 

Certification Engineer 

Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4229 
Fax: 248 754 4207 


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mailto: Michael.Giles@VW.com 


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From: Snyder, Jim 

Required Attendees: Wehrly, Line; Ott, William; Wright, DavidA; Paulina, Carl; Giles, 

Michael (EEO) 

Optional Attendees: Smithson, Arlene; McBryde, Dan 

Location: AA-Room-Office-C35-ConfRoom/AA-OTAQ-OFFICE 

Importance: Normal 

Subject: Lab testing the BEV VW Golf 

Start Date/Time: Wed 10/1/2014 1:30:00 PM 

End Date/Time: Wed 10/1/2014 2:30:00 PM 

When: Wednesday, October 01, 2014 9:30 AM-10:30 AM (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & 
Canada). 

Where: AA-Room-Office-C35-ConfRoom/AA-OTAQ-OFFICE 


Note: The GMT offset above does not reflect daylight saving time adjustments. 


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We've covered most of this already but its a chance to ask or answer any questions. We have 
another meeting at 10 so hopefully this won't run long. 


We could plan to do the meeting in a 30 minute window or maybe an hour if you can spare it. 
Topics: 

Charging box connection 
Driving mode review 

Road load coefficients / dyno setup review 
Anticipated Testing schedule 

Please let us know when you are available for the discussion and I will set up a dial in number. 

Thanks, 

Mike 

Michael Giles 


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From: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Location: Online Meeting 

Importance: High 

Subject: e-Golf Discussion with EPA 

Start Date/Time: Wed 10/1/2014 1:30:00 PM 

End Date/Time: Wed 10/1/2014 2:30:00 PM 


Hello All, 

A call in time for our phone conference with EPA has been confirmed. 
The discussion topics are as follows: 

• Charging box connection 

• Driving mode review 

• Road load coefficients / dyno setup review 

• Anticipated Testing schedule 


Regards, 

Mike 



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To: Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

Cc: Giles, Michael (EEO)[michael.giles@vw.com]; Peter, Juergen 

(EASZ/1)[juergen.peter@volkswagen.de]; Horton, Garett (VWGoA lmp)[garett.horton@volkswagen.de]; 
Rodgers, William (EEO)[William.Rodgers@vw.com]; Allen, Gregory (EEO)[Gregory.Allen@vw.com]; 
Thomas, Richard (EEO)[RichardThomas@vw.com] 

From: Kata, Leonard (EEO) 

Sent: Wed 10/1/2014 10:36:25 AM 

Subject: R E: FeTI ,7 mD is c u s s io n with EPA 

Ex. 4 -CBI 


Hello Jim: 


Ex. 4 - CBI 

this topic as well. Otherwise we like set a time for this discussion as soon as possible. A brief 
presentation is attached below. 

Best regards, 

Len 


Leonard W. Kata 
Senior Manager 

Emission Regulations and Certification 
Engineering and Environmental Office 
Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
Phone: (248) 754-4204 
Cell: (248) 797-3886 
E-Mail: leonard.kata@vw.com 


-Original Appointment- 

From: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Sent: Tuesday, September 30, 2014 4:31 PM 

To: Giles, Michael (EEO); Jim Snyder (Snyder.Jim@epamail.epa.gov); Peter, Juergen (EASZ/1); Horton, 
Garett (VWGoA Imp); Kata, Leonard (EEO); Rodgers, William (EEO); Allen, Gregory (EEO); Thomas, 
Richard (EEO) 

Subject: j ElT-cBiiDiscussion with EPA 

When: Wednesday, October 01, 2014 9:30 AM-10:30 AM (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada). 
Where: Online Meeting 

Importance: High 


Hello All, 

A call in time for our phone conference with EPA has been confirmed. 


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The discussion topics are as follows: 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


Regards, 

Mike 


Join online meeting 

https://ioin.vw.com/michael.ailes/OH72MWJO 


Join by Phone 

+ 1 (248)754-6400 
+ 1 (855)858-8080 
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Find a local number 



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To: Thomas, Richard (EEO)[RichardThomas@vw.com]; Giles, Michael 

(EEO)[michael. giles@vw.com] 

From: Snyder, Jim 

Sent: Wed 10/1/2014 12:43:42 PM 

Subject: FW: Certificate Number FVGAV00.0VZZ-045 with Evaporative Family N/A has been issued 

In case you didn't get a notice... 

—Original Message— 

From: VerifyAdministrator@verifyprod.rtpnc.epa.gov 
[mailto:VerifyAdministrator@verifyprod.rtpnc.epa.gov] 

Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2014 8:42 AM 
To: Wright, DavidA; Snyder, Jim 

Subject: Certificate Number FVGAV00.0VZZ-045 with Evaporative Family N/A has been issued 

Certificate Number FVGAV00.0VZZ-045 with Evaporative Family N/A has been issued. A copy of the 
signed certificate is attached below. 

https://verifyprod.rtpnc.epa.gov/cert_pdf/display?industry=ld&certld=5205 


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To: Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov]; Giles, Michael (EEO)[michael.giles@vw.com] 

Cc: Good, David[good.david@epa.gov] 

From: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Sent: Wed 10/1/2014 12:47:42 PM 

Subject: RE: Certificate Number FVGAV00.0VZZ-045 with Evaporative Family N/A has been issued 
Yeah, I see it. 

Thanks very much Jim. I will try to run an early fuel economy label only for test purposes at this point. 

Best regards, 

Richard 

—Original Message— 

From: Snyder, Jim [mailto:Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 

Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2014 8:44 AM 
To: Thomas, Richard (EEO); Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Subject: FW: Certificate Number FVGAV00.0VZZ-045 with Evaporative Family N/A has been issued 
In case you didn't get a notice... 

—Original Message— 

From: VerifyAdministrator@verifyprod.rtpnc.epa.gov 
[mailto:VerifyAdministrator@verifyprod.rtpnc.epa.gov] 

Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2014 8:42 AM 
To: Wright, DavidA; Snyder, Jim 

Subject: Certificate Number FVGAV00.0VZZ-045 with Evaporative Family N/A has been issued 

Certificate Number FVGAV00.0VZZ-045 with Evaporative Family N/A has been issued. A copy of the 
signed certificate is attached below. 

https://verifyprod.rtpnc.epa.gov/cert_pdf/display?industry=ld&certld=5205 


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From: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Location: Online Meeting 

I mporta nee:High 
Subject: [ Ex. 4 - CBi i 

Start Date/Time: Wed'l'67l/2014''l ':36:0b PM 

End Date/Time: Wed 10/1/2014 2:30:00 PM 


Hello All, 

A call in time for our phone conference with EPA has been confirmed. 
The discussion topics are as follows: 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


Regards, 

Mike 



Join by Phone 

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+ 1 (855)858-8080 
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From: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Location: Online Meeting 

Importance: Normal 

Subject: e-Golf Dyno Follow up 
Start Date/Time: Thur 10/2/2014 1:30:00 PM 

End Date/Time: Thur 10/2/2014 2:00:00 PM 


A follow up meeting is planned for the e-Golf dyno coefficients and setup. 

We aim for 9:30 if possible, otherwise please advise. 

Jim, we plan to provide the detailed information you have requested by 8:00 tomorrow am. As we 
discussed, we would appreciate your feedback on other options. 

Agenda: 

• Review VW Information and determine if acceptable, discuss alternative paths if required. 



https://ioin.vw.com/michael.ailes/VBJ3ZZX8 


Joi n by Phone 

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To: Wehrly, Linc[wehrly.Iinc@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Wed 10/1/2014 8:54:25 PM 

Subject: DAILY: GM, Nissan, Chrysler gains propel market to 9% increase | Lamborghini, Ferrari 
supercars join fuel sippers in Paris | Mercedes to lower mpg ratings on some C-class sedans 


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Mercedes to lower mpg ratings on 
some C-ciass sedans 

12:45 pm U.S. ET [ Oct 1 

Mercedes-Benz will lower the fuel economy ratings of 
some late-model C-class sedans after an audit by 
federal regulators found errors in mpg testing by the 
automaker.... » READ 



Jaguar XE to offer awd, diesel 
engine in U.S. 

7:53 am U.S, ET [ Oct 1 

The Jaguar XE compact sedan will launch with optional 
all-wheel drive and a four-cylinder diesel engine when 
it goes on sale in the U.S.... » READ 



Ford Credit roils out 75-month 
loans nationwide 

UPDATED: 10/1/14 1:01 pm ET - adds details 
12:01 am U.S. ET | Oct 1 

Ford Motor Credit has joined the trend toward longer 
loans, rolling out 75-month terms nationwide starting 
today. The company previously had conducted a pilot 
program.... » READ 



BEST PRACTICES 


L.A. retailer knows the value of a 
good name 

12:01 am U.S. ET ( Sep 29 

The adage that success is about "location, location, 
location" certainly applies to Honda of Los Angeles. But 
that was difficult to see three years ago. The store, 
which is booming now, was boarded up and in 
bankruptcy court in 2011.... » READ 





ON THE BLOGS 

... V. 


— 


MIKE COLIAS 

What the new Opel 
Corsa and next-gen 
Chevy Volt have in 
common 



» READ 


MOST READ (Last 7 days) 


GM warns '15 Corvette owners that 
'valet mode 1 may be illegal 



Cadillac prepares dealers for a jolt 



Ford sets goal of 9.4M global sales 


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by 2020, cuts profit outlook for '14 


Hyundai pays the price for prestige 


VanDvke savs Lincoln’s N.Y. agency 
move is working 



GM bets on technology and 


Cadillac to become 'most 

UPCOMING 

EVENTS 

» Oct. 15 - Best 
Dealerships To 
Work For 
» Nov. 13-14 - 
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valued' automaker 

UPDATED: 10/1714 4:22 pm ET - adds stock 
close 

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Konqress 
» January 13-14 - 

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Automotive News 

as tech showcase 

3:55 pm U.S. El [ ct 1 

World Conqress 
»January 22 - 
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WEBINARS 

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Metrics 

Canada auto sales jump for 

» Oct. 9 » Used Car 

major automakers in 

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2:51 pm U.S. ET | Oct 1 


Dealer software provider CDK 
goes public as it spins off from 
ADP 


11:24 am U.S. ET Oct 1 


Magna unit to acquire closures 
supplier Techform 


12:56 pm U.S. ET 1 Oct 


Court reinstates $1 million 
verdict against ex-dealer 


12:01 am U.S. ET 1 Sep 29 


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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Wed 10/1/2014 8:54:27 PM 

Subject: DAILY: GM, Nissan, Chrysler gains propel market to 9% increase | Lamborghini, Ferrari 
supercars join fuel sippers in Paris | Mercedes to lower mpg ratings on some C-class sedans 


Today's most read story 


GM. Nissan. Chrysler gains propel 
market to 9% increase 



TOP NEWS 


SEPTEMBER U.S. AUTO SALES 

GM, Nissan, Chrysler gains propel 
market to 9% increase 

U P DA TED: 10/1/14 3:49 pm E If 
8:00 am U.S. ET | Oct 1 

U.S. light-vehicle sales - paced by truck-fueled gains at 
GM, Chrysler Group and Nissan Group -- rose 9 percent 
in a September marked by sharp brand advances and a 
few steep declines. The industry-wide results were just 
below forecasts and cooler than the scorching rate of 
sales set in August.... » READ 



2014 PARIS AUTO SHOW 

Lamborghini, Ferrari supercars join 
fuel sippers as show stars 

12:01 am U.S. ET | Oct 1 

Supercars such as a new 900hp Lamborghini and the 
Ferrari 458 Speciale A will line up alongside fuel- 
efficient plug-in hybrids such as the VW Passat GTE at 
the Paris auto show. The Mercedes-AMG GT and Jaguar 
XE will also debut.... » READ 


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Mercedes to lower mpg ratings on 
some C-ciass sedans 

12:45 pm U.S. ET [ Oct 1 

Mercedes-Benz will lower the fuel economy ratings of 
some late-model C-class sedans after an audit by 
federal regulators found errors in mpg testing by the 
automaker.... » READ 



Jaguar XE to offer awd, diesel 
engine in U.S. 

7:53 am U.S, ET [ Oct 1 

The Jaguar XE compact sedan will launch with optional 
all-wheel drive and a four-cylinder diesel engine when 
it goes on sale in the U.S.... » READ 



Ford Credit roils out 75-month 
loans nationwide 

UPDATED: 10/1/14 1:01 pm ET - adds details 
12:01 am U.S. ET | Oct 1 

Ford Motor Credit has joined the trend toward longer 
loans, rolling out 75-month terms nationwide starting 
today. The company previously had conducted a pilot 
program.... » READ 



BEST PRACTICES 


L.A. retailer knows the value of a 
good name 

12:01 am U.S. ET ( Sep 29 

The adage that success is about "location, location, 
location" certainly applies to Honda of Los Angeles. But 
that was difficult to see three years ago. The store, 
which is booming now, was boarded up and in 
bankruptcy court in 2011.... » READ 





ON THE BLOGS 

... V. 


— 


MIKE COLIAS 

What the new Opel 
Corsa and next-gen 
Chevy Volt have in 
common 



» READ 


MOST READ (Last 7 days) 


GM warns '15 Corvette owners that 
'valet mode 1 may be illegal 



Cadillac prepares dealers for a jolt 



Ford sets goal of 9.4M global sales 


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by 2020, cuts profit outlook for '14 


Hyundai pays the price for prestige 


VanDvke savs Lincoln’s N.Y. agency 
move is working 



GM bets on technology and 


Cadillac to become 'most 

UPCOMING 

EVENTS 

» Oct. 15 - Best 
Dealerships To 
Work For 
» Nov. 13-14 - 
Automobilwoche 

valued' automaker 

UPDATED: 10/1714 4:22 pm ET - adds stock 
close 

10:38 am U.S. ET | Oct 1 


Konqress 
» January 13-14 - 

GM will position Cadillac CT6 

Automotive News 

as tech showcase 

3:55 pm U.S. El [ ct 1 

World Conqress 
»January 22 - 
Automotive News 

~ ___ _ 

Retail Forum 

Chew Trax will start at $20,995 

J v ; w ;y ;■/; 1 y JJjj (( 

. B SB §§1 ;|j §3198 

in U.S. debut 

11:51 am U.S,, ET | Oct 1 

UPCOMING 

WEBINARS 

» Oct 2 - Retention 

ilil Mtmm v 4 7 *'7 ijP^ !PI 


Metrics 

Canada auto sales jump for 

» Oct. 9 » Used Car 

major automakers in 

Dept Performance 


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September 

2:51 pm U.S. ET | Oct 1 


Dealer software provider CDK 
goes public as it spins off from 
ADP 


11:24 am U.S. ET Oct 1 


Magna unit to acquire closures 
supplier Techform 


12:56 pm U.S. ET 1 Oct 


Court reinstates $1 million 
verdict against ex-dealer 


12:01 am U.S. ET 1 Sep 29 


. --7 


. 

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To: Bunker, Byron[bunker.byron@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Wed 10/1/2014 10:31:40 PM 

Subject: U.S. SALES REPORT: Trucks fly in a 'best we could have expected' September 




U.S. sales of SUVs, small crossovers and full-size pickups 
soared in September as cars became a tougher sell. 

Overall volume rose 9 percent, and a 16.4 million SAAR 
showed demand remains strong even after the industry put 

up big numbers all summer.... » READ 




over-year gain in three years, to 223,437, with full-size 
pickups accounting for more than half of the increase. 
GM's fleet sales rose 30 percent, while its total retail sales 
increased 17 percent. By segment, retail sales declined 1 
percent for GM's lineup of cars and crossovers but surged 

48 percent for trucks and SUVs.... » READ 



Accord, TLX push Honda ahead of 



Honda is finally back in the black -- barely. Helped by 
strong demand for the Honda Accord and Acura TLX 
sedans, American Honda Motor Co. posted a 12 percent 

sales increase in September to 118,223 units.... » READ 



* 

Good fuel economy and fresh products helped drive 
Nissan Division to a 22 percent September sales gain, says 
sales chief Fred Diaz. Nissan is scaling back fleet sales and 

incentives as consumer demand rises.... » READ 


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WINNERS AND LOSERS 





% change in sales among brands 



Winners 

Sept. 

Winners 

9 mos. 

Losers 

Sept. 

Losers 

9 








mos. 

1 Maserati 

247.8% 

1 Maserati 

307.2% 

1 Mini 

20.5% 

1 Mini 

21.0% 

2 Jeep 

47.4% 

2 Jeep 

45.3% 

2 Scion 

19.0% 

2 Scion 

14.8% 

3 Mitsubishi 38.9% 

3 Mitsubishi 29.8% 

3 Volkswagen 
division 

18.6% 

3 Volkswagen 
division 

14.0% 

4 Ram 

34.8% 

4 Ram 

25.2% 

4 Infiniti 

13.3% 

4 Volvo 

-9.0% 

5 Subaru 

30.7% 

5 Subaru 

19.8% 

5 Jaguar 

13.0% 

5 Chrysler Division 

-6.2% 

Top Selling Light Vehicles 1* , \ « 







Sept. 9 

mos. 

1 Ford F 59,863Ford F 557,0: 

series series 

2 Chevrolet50,176Chevrolet 382,1; 

Silverado Silverado 

3 Ram 36,612Toyota 334,9 

Camry 

4 Honda 32,956Ram 319,8< 


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Accord 


5 Toyota 

28,507Honda 

304,3. 

Camry 

Accord 


6 Honda 

23,722Toyota 

258,8 

CR-V 

Corolla/ 



Matrix 


7 Toyota 

22,724Nissan 

256,9 

RAV4 

Altima 


8 Honda 

22,263Honda 

253,4: 

Civic 

Civic 


9 Ford 

21,718Honda 

241,0 

Escape 

CR-V 


lOFord 

21,693 Ford 

240,5. 

Fusion 

Fusion 




Sept. 

9 

1 Honda 

32,956Toyota 

mos. 

334,9 

Accord 

Camry 


2 Toyota 

28,507Honda 

304,3 

Camry 

Accord 


3 Honda 

22,263Toyota 

258,8 

Civic 

Corolla/ 


4 Ford 

Matrix 

21,693Nissan 

256,9 

Fusion 

Altima 


5 Nissan 

21,675Honda 

253,4 

Altima 

Civic 


6 Toyota 

20,530Ford 

240,5 

Corolla/ 

Fusion 


Matrix 

7 Hyundai 

18,848Chevrolet 

208,1 

Elantra 

Cruze 


8 Chevrolet 18,415Hyundai 

176,4 

Cruze 

Elantra 


9 Ford 

15,397Ford 

176,1 

Focus 

Focus 


1 (Chevrolet 15,186Toyota 

165,4 

Malibu 

Prius 




Sept. 


9 




mos. 

Ford F 

59,863 

Ford F 

557,03 

series 


series 


Chevrolef>0,176 

Chevrole682,15 

Silverado 

Silverado 

Ram 

36,612 

Ram 

319,86 

Honda 

23,722 

Honda 

241,01 

CR-V 


CR-V 


Toyota 

22,724 

Ford 

230,16 

RAV4 


Escape 


Ford 

21,718 

Toyota 

202,06 

Escape 


RAV4 


Chevrolet! 7,266 

Chevrolet! 84,80 

Equinox 


Equinox 


Nissan 

17,229 

Ford 

158,65 


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Mazda 


Mitsubishi 

5,558 

4,001 

39% 

58,365 

44,981 

30% 

Jaguar 

1,142 

1,313 

-1 3% 

11,830 

12,447 

-5% 

Land Rover 

3,106 

3,387 

-8% 

38,424 

35,359 

9% 

Jaguar Land Rover N.A. 

4,248 

4,700 

-10% 

50,254 

47,806 

5% 

Volvo Cars N.A. 

4,667 

4,188 

11% 

43,851 

48,193 

-9% 

Tesla* 

1,300 

1,139 

14% 

18,130 

16,714 

9% 

Maserati 

1,318 

379 

248% 

9,125 

2,241 

307% 

Suzuki 

- 

- 

- 

- 

5,946 

-100% 

Other** 

292 

285 

3% 

2,620 

2,557 

3% 

U.S. LIGHT VEHICLE 

1,245,786 

1,138,378 

9% 

12,436,855 

11,790,337 

6% 


*Estimate 

^Includes estimates for Aston Martin, Ferrari and Lotus 

***Fiat S.p.A. purchased the remaining 41.46% stake in Chrysler Group from the UAW’s VEBA Trust on 
Jan. 20, 2014. 


Highlights 


Mfgr. highest volume - 

GM 

223,437 

Mfgr. highest volume - 9 

GM 

2,207,888 

Sept. 



mos. 



Mfgr. gained the most 

GM 

36,242 

Mfgr. gained the most 

Chrysler 

199,056 

volume - Sept. 



volume - 9 mos. 

Group 


Mfgr. lost the most volume - 

Ford 

(4,934) 

Mfgr. lost the most volume - 

VW Group of 

(23,428) 

Sept. 

Motor 


9 mos. 

America 



Co. 





Mfgr. highest % increase - 

Maserati 

248% 

Mfgr. highest % increase - 9 

Maserati 

307% 

Sept. 



mos. 



Mfgr. biggest % drop - Sept. 

JLR 

-10% 

Mfgr. biggest % drop - 9 

Volvo 

-9% 




mos. 



Brand highest volume - 

Ford 

172,261 

Brand highest volume - 9 

Ford 

1,809,92/ 

Sept. 



mos. 



Brand gained the most 

Chevrolet 

26,088 

Brand gained the most 

Jeep 

161,002 

volume - Sept. 



volume - 9 mos. 



Brand lost the most volume - 

VW 

(5,924) 

Brand lost the most volume - 

VW 

(43,959) 

Sept. 



9 mos. 



Brand highest % increase - 

Maserati 

248% 

Brand highest % increase - 9 

Maserati 

307% 

Sept. 



mos. 



Brand biggest % drop - 

Mini 

-21% 

Brand biggest % drop - 9 

Mini 

-21% 

Sept. 



mos. 






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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Wed 10/1/2014 10:31:49 PM 

Subject: U.S. SALES REPORT: Trucks fly in a 'best we could have expected' September 




U.S. sales of SUVs, small crossovers and full-size pickups 
soared in September as cars became a tougher sell. 

Overall volume rose 9 percent, and a 16.4 million SAAR 
showed demand remains strong even after the industry put 

up big numbers all summer.... » READ 




over-year gain in three years, to 223,437, with full-size 
pickups accounting for more than half of the increase. 
GM's fleet sales rose 30 percent, while its total retail sales 
increased 17 percent. By segment, retail sales declined 1 
percent for GM's lineup of cars and crossovers but surged 

48 percent for trucks and SUVs.... » READ 



Accord, TLX push Honda ahead of 



Honda is finally back in the black -- barely. Helped by 
strong demand for the Honda Accord and Acura TLX 
sedans, American Honda Motor Co. posted a 12 percent 

sales increase in September to 118,223 units.... » READ 



* 

Good fuel economy and fresh products helped drive 
Nissan Division to a 22 percent September sales gain, says 
sales chief Fred Diaz. Nissan is scaling back fleet sales and 

incentives as consumer demand rises.... » READ 


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WINNERS AND LOSERS 





% change in sales among brands 



Winners 

Sept. 

Winners 

9 mos. 

Losers 

Sept. 

Losers 

9 








mos. 

1 Maserati 

247.8% 

1 Maserati 

307.2% 

1 Mini 

20.5% 

1 Mini 

21.0% 

2 Jeep 

47.4% 

2 Jeep 

45.3% 

2 Scion 

19.0% 

2 Scion 

14.8% 

3 Mitsubishi 38.9% 

3 Mitsubishi 29.8% 

3 Volkswagen 
division 

18.6% 

3 Volkswagen 
division 

14.0% 

4 Ram 

34.8% 

4 Ram 

25.2% 

4 Infiniti 

13.3% 

4 Volvo 

-9.0% 

5 Subaru 

30.7% 

5 Subaru 

19.8% 

5 Jaguar 

13.0% 

5 Chrysler Division 

-6.2% 

Top Selling Light Vehicles 1* , \ « 







Sept. 9 

mos. 

1 Ford F 59,863Ford F 557,0: 

series series 

2 Chevrolet50,176Chevrolet 382,1; 

Silverado Silverado 

3 Ram 36,612Toyota 334,9 

Camry 

4 Honda 32,956Ram 319,8< 


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Accord 


5 Toyota 

28,507Honda 

304,3. 

Camry 

Accord 


6 Honda 

23,722Toyota 

258,8 

CR-V 

Corolla/ 



Matrix 


7 Toyota 

22,724Nissan 

256,9 

RAV4 

Altima 


8 Honda 

22,263Honda 

253,4: 

Civic 

Civic 


9 Ford 

21,718Honda 

241,0 

Escape 

CR-V 


lOFord 

21,693 Ford 

240,5. 

Fusion 

Fusion 




Sept. 

9 

1 Honda 

32,956Toyota 

mos. 

334,9 

Accord 

Camry 


2 Toyota 

28,507Honda 

304,3 

Camry 

Accord 


3 Honda 

22,263Toyota 

258,8 

Civic 

Corolla/ 


4 Ford 

Matrix 

21,693Nissan 

256,9 

Fusion 

Altima 


5 Nissan 

21,675Honda 

253,4 

Altima 

Civic 


6 Toyota 

20,530Ford 

240,5 

Corolla/ 

Fusion 


Matrix 

7 Hyundai 

18,848Chevrolet 

208,1 

Elantra 

Cruze 


8 Chevrolet 18,415Hyundai 

176,4 

Cruze 

Elantra 


9 Ford 

15,397Ford 

176,1 

Focus 

Focus 


1 (Chevrolet 15,186Toyota 

165,4 

Malibu 

Prius 




Sept. 


9 




mos. 

Ford F 

59,863 

Ford F 

557,03 

series 


series 


Chevrolef>0,176 

Chevrole682,15 

Silverado 

Silverado 

Ram 

36,612 

Ram 

319,86 

Honda 

23,722 

Honda 

241,01 

CR-V 


CR-V 


Toyota 

22,724 

Ford 

230,16 

RAV4 


Escape 


Ford 

21,718 

Toyota 

202,06 

Escape 


RAV4 


Chevrolet! 7,266 

Chevrolet! 84,80 

Equinox 


Equinox 


Nissan 

17,229 

Ford 

158,65 


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Mazda 


Mitsubishi 

5,558 

4,001 

39% 

58,365 

44,981 

30% 

Jaguar 

1,142 

1,313 

-1 3% 

11,830 

12,447 

-5% 

Land Rover 

3,106 

3,387 

-8% 

38,424 

35,359 

9% 

Jaguar Land Rover N.A. 

4,248 

4,700 

-10% 

50,254 

47,806 

5% 

Volvo Cars N.A. 

4,667 

4,188 

11% 

43,851 

48,193 

-9% 

Tesla* 

1,300 

1,139 

14% 

18,130 

16,714 

9% 

Maserati 

1,318 

379 

248% 

9,125 

2,241 

307% 

Suzuki 

- 

- 

- 

- 

5,946 

-100% 

Other** 

292 

285 

3% 

2,620 

2,557 

3% 

U.S. LIGHT VEHICLE 

1,245,786 

1,138,378 

9% 

12,436,855 

11,790,337 

6% 


*Estimate 

^Includes estimates for Aston Martin, Ferrari and Lotus 

***Fiat S.p.A. purchased the remaining 41.46% stake in Chrysler Group from the UAW’s VEBA Trust on 
Jan. 20, 2014. 


Highlights 


Mfgr. highest volume - 

GM 

223,437 

Mfgr. highest volume - 9 

GM 

2,207,888 

Sept. 



mos. 



Mfgr. gained the most 

GM 

36,242 

Mfgr. gained the most 

Chrysler 

199,056 

volume - Sept. 



volume - 9 mos. 

Group 


Mfgr. lost the most volume - 

Ford 

(4,934) 

Mfgr. lost the most volume - 

VW Group of 

(23,428) 

Sept. 

Motor 


9 mos. 

America 



Co. 





Mfgr. highest % increase - 

Maserati 

248% 

Mfgr. highest % increase - 9 

Maserati 

307% 

Sept. 



mos. 



Mfgr. biggest % drop - Sept. 

JLR 

-10% 

Mfgr. biggest % drop - 9 

Volvo 

-9% 




mos. 



Brand highest volume - 

Ford 

172,261 

Brand highest volume - 9 

Ford 

1,809,92/ 

Sept. 



mos. 



Brand gained the most 

Chevrolet 

26,088 

Brand gained the most 

Jeep 

161,002 

volume - Sept. 



volume - 9 mos. 



Brand lost the most volume - 

VW 

(5,924) 

Brand lost the most volume - 

VW 

(43,959) 

Sept. 



9 mos. 



Brand highest % increase - 

Maserati 

248% 

Brand highest % increase - 9 

Maserati 

307% 

Sept. 



mos. 



Brand biggest % drop - 

Mini 

-21% 

Brand biggest % drop - 9 

Mini 

-21% 

Sept. 



mos. 






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From: Snyder, Jim 

Location: Online Meeting 

Importance: Normal 

Subject: Accepted: e-Golf Dyno Follow up 

Start Date/Time: Thur 10/2/2014 1:30:00 PM 

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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Thur 10/2/2014 1:12:01 PM 

Subject: A.M. NEWSCAST: Sept. U.S. sales winners, losers | Tesla mystery vehicle? | VWs big 
surprise | Plug-ins plentiful in Paris 




October 2, 2014 



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To: Giles, Michael (EEO)[michael.giles@vw.com] 

From: Snyder, Jim 

Sent: Thur 10/2/2014 1:26:43 PM 

Subject: RE: dyno Road load derivation 


Non-Responsive 


From: Giles, Michael (EEO) [mailto:michael.giles@vw.com] 
Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2014 9:19 AM 
To: Snyder, Jim 

Subject: RE: dyno Road load derivation 


Sorry, I guess we will get the story in the meeting. 


I am heading over to dial in to now. 


From: Snyder, Jim f mailto:Snvder.Jim@epa.qov' 

Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2014 9:09 AM 
To: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Subject: RE: dyno Road load derivation 


Any news ? 


From: Giles, Michael (EEO) f mailto:michael.qiles@vw.com' 

Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2014 8:11 AM 
To: Snyder, Jim 

Subject: RE: dyno Road load derivation 


Thanks Jim. 


We expect the documentation soon. I hope to receive it and send to you in advance of the phone 
call. 


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From: Snyder, Jim f mailto:Snvder.Jim@epa.gov' 

Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2014 6:51 PM 
To: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Subject: dyno Road load derivation 


Hi Mike, I spent a fair amount of time discussing this with Carl, can’t say we reached 
agreement but I think we are at least a little more open to their explanation. 


If Germany doesn’t convince us with their paper, or we can’t get the RLD’s inertial adjustment 
set to 0%, I think our fall back is for them to recalculate their coastdown Target coefficients 
using the standard 3% inertial factor in the calculations and then we run the RLD with the 
standard 3% inertia adjustment. 


Jim Snyder 

Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
Compliance Division 

United States Environmental Protection Agency 
(734) 214-4946 

snvder.iim@epa.aov 


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06/20/2017 


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To: 

From: 

Sent: 

Subject: 


Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 
Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Thur 10/2/2014 1:28:32 PM 

! Ex 4 - CBI I 


Non-Responsive 


From: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2014 9:27 AM 
To: 'Snyder, Jim' 

Subject: 



Can you dial in to our conference, we are in now 


From: Snyder, Jim f mailto:Snvder.Jim@epa.gov' 

Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2014 9:27 AM 
To: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Subject: RE: 



Our room 


Non-Responsive i 

_j 


From: Giles, Michael (EEO) f mailto:michael.qiles@vw.com' 

Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2014 9:19 AM 
To: Snyder, Jim 

Subject: RE: 


Ex. 4 - CBI 


Sorry, I guess we will get the story in the meeting. 


I am heading over to dial in to now. 


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06/20/2017 


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From: Snyder, Jim f mailto:Snvder.Jim@epa.gov' 

Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2014 9:09 AM 
To: Giles, Mic hael (EEO) 

Subject: RE: 



Any news ? 


From: Giles, Michael (EEO) f mailto:michael.qiles@vw.com' 

Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2014 8:11 AM 
To: Snyder, Jim 
Subject: REr"-“ 


.-J-.L_ A _ f _ 

Ex. 4-CBI 


Thanks Jim. 


We expect the documentation soon. I hope to receive it and send to you in advance of the phone 
call. 



From: Snyder, Jim f mailto:Snvder.Jim@epa.gov' 

Sent: Wednesday, October 01,2014 6:51 PM 
To: Giles 
Subject: 


, Michael (EEO) 

Exii-CBl 


Hi Mike, I spent a fair amount of time discussing this with Carl, can’t say we reached 
agreement but I think we are at least a little more open to their explanation. 



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Jim Snyder 

Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
Compliance Division 

United States Environmental Protection Agency 
(734) 214-4946 

snvder.iim@epa.gov 


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06/20/2017 


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To: Pidgeon, Bill[pidgeon.bill@epa.gov] 

From: Green Car Reports 

Sent: Thur 10/2/2014 4:08:09 PM 

Subject: Green Car Report Daily Headlines 


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To: 

From: 

Sent: 

Subject: 


Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov] 
Giles, Michael (EEO) 


Thur 10/2/2014 4:55:55 PM 

Ex. 4 - CBl 


Hi Jim, 


Just a follow up, 


Ex. 4 - CBl 


Regards, 

Mike 


Michael Giles 

Certification Engineer 

Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4229 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto: Michael.Giles@VW.com 


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To: Spieth, John[Spieth.John@epa.gov]; Wilson, Dale[Wilson.Dale@epa.gov] 

Cc: McBryde, Dan[mcbryde.dan@epa.gov]; Smithson, Arlene[smithson.arlene@epa.gov]; 

Mazaitis, Vincent[mazaitis.vincent@epa.gov]; Giles, Michael (EEO)[miehael.giles@vw.com] 

From: Snyder, Jim 

Sent: Thur 10/2/2014 7:46:42 PM 

Subject: eGolf Friday drop off 


John, Dale, 

Hannah and Mike Giles of VW are dropping off the Electric Golf Friday (tomorrow). Since 
Ben won’t be in Friday I assume one of you can accept delivery and get it inside the lab area for 
check in. Its scheduled to prep on Monday. 


If there are any Questions or issues you can contact Mike Giles at 248-754-4229 

f michael.giles@vw.com ) 

or 

Bill Rodgers 
(248) 754-4219 


william .rodgers@vw. com 


Jim Snyder 

Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
Compliance Division 

United States Environmental Protection Agency 
(734) 214-4946 

snvder.iim@epa.gov 


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To: Giles, Michael (EEO)[michael.giles@vw.com] 

From: Snyder, Jim 

Sent: Thur 10/2/2014 7:53:19 PM 

Subject: FW: eGolf Friday drop off 


Mike , just realized Ben’s not in on Friday so your contact will be Ben’s new backup, Dale 
Wilson (214-4426), or John Spieth 214-4460 (supervisor). Unfortunately neither Dan McBryde 
nor Arlene are in Friday but she mentioned you or Hannah may want to be around earlier in the 
day Monday ( before prep) when they check out the charging . 


From: Snyder, Jim 

Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2014 3:47 PM 
To: Spieth, John; Wilson, Dale 

Cc: McBryde, Dan; Smithson, Arlene; Mazaitis, Vincent; 'Giles, Michael (EEO)' 
Subject: eGolf Friday drop off 


John, Dale, 

Hannah and Mike Giles of VW are dropping off the Electric Golf Friday (tomorrow). Since 
Ben won’t be in Friday I assume one of you can accept delivery and get it inside the lab area for 
check in. Its scheduled to prep on Monday. 


If there are any Questions or issues you can contact Mike Giles at 248-754-4229 

f michael.giles@vw.com) 


or 

Bill Rodgers 
(248) 754-4219 

wi niam.rodgers@vw.com 


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06/20/2017 


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Jim Snyder 

Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
Compliance Division 

United States Environmental Protection Agency 
(734) 214-4946 

snvder.iim@epa.gov 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


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To: Wehrly, Linc[wehrly.Iinc@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Thur 10/2/2014 8:51:36 PM 

Subject: DAILY: Lincoln MKS, BMW 5 struggle in small-overlap crash test | GM's latest recall | More on 
Buffett’s bid for Van Tuyl | What will Musk's mysterious 'D' end up being? 


Today’s most read story 

Buffett to buy Van Tuyl Group, 
create Berkshire Hathaway 
Automotive 



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small-overlap crash test 

4:02 pm U.S. ET | Oct 2 

Luxury sedans from BMW and Lincoln were the worst 
performers in the most recent batch of vehicles 
subjected to the insurance Institute for Highway 
Safety's challenging small-overlap crash test.... 

» READ 



GM to recall 117,651 vehicles for 
chassis-control flaw 

2:18 pm U it ie EEUP | O .2 

GM is recalling 117,651 2013-14 model-year trucks, 
crossovers and sedans across all four of its North 
America brands to fix a potentially faulty chassis- 
control system that could fail and increase the risk of a 
crash.... » READ 



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Buffett to boy Van Tuvl Group, 
create Berkshire Hathaway 
Automotive 

UPDATED: 10/2/14 4:15 pm ET - adds details, stock 
close 

8:40 am U.S. ET | Oct 2 

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway agreed to buy Van 
Tuyl Group, the largest privately owned auto dealership 
group in the United States. The business, with 75 
dealerships at the end of last year, will be renamed 
Berkshire Hathaway Automotive.... » READ 



Hyundai Motor workers approve 
2014 wage pact, end strikes 

7:08 am U.S, ET | Oct 2 

Hyundai Motor's union workers in South Korea agreed 
to end strikes that may have cost the company more 
than 900 billion won ($847 million) in lost output after 
they accepted the carmaker’s proposal to increase 
wages.... » READ 



UAW, German labor groups to 
announce Daimler drive in 
Alabama, reports say 

UPDATED: 10/2/14 4:33 pm ET - adds details 
3:57 pm U.S. ET | Oct 2 

The UAW and two German labor groups will announce 
on Friday that they intend to work together to organize 
Daimler AG's Mercedes-Benz plant workers in Alabama, 
sources close to one of the German labor groups said 
today.... » READ 



GABE NELSON 

Musk's mysterious *D* is 
probably an awd Model S 

» READ 



LARRY P. VELLEQUETTE 

Ford puts refreshed C- 
Max in the Phantom's 
spotlight 


» READ 


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The Nissan Leaf's top- 
selling town? 

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GM, Nissan, Chrysler gains propel 
market to 9% increase 

Cadillac prepares dealers for a jolt 


Honda CR-V gets a sportier, more 
upscale look for 2015 


Ford sets goal of 9.4M global sales 
by 2020, cuts profit outlook for , 14 


Jeep ponders switch to 
aluminum for next Wrangler 
body, Marchionne says 

UPDATED: 10/2/14 4:34 pm ET - adds 
background 

11:21 am U.S, ET | Oct 2 



Tesla's Musk hints at a new 
model and 'something else' 

6:37 am U.S. ET[Oct2_ 


Opel chief Neumann vows to 
make good on Barra's profit 
promise 

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BMW to boost 83, i8 availability 
in O.S. 

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capital to fund growth plan, 
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Jackson says 2015 sales could 
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million' 

12:31 pm U.S. ET [ Oct 2_ 


Mercedes tops BMW in 
monthly luxury sales 

5:00 pm U.S, ET | Oct 1 



Ford loses bid to recoup $450 
million interest on overpaid 
taxes 

5:33 pm U.S. ET | Oct 1 



Ford sees Europe gains setting 
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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Thur 10/2/2014 8:51:38 PM 

Subject: DAILY: Lincoln MKS, BMW 5 struggle in small-overlap crash test | GM's latest recall | More on 
Buffett’s bid for Van Tuyl | What will Musk's mysterious 'D' end up being? 


Today’s most read story 

Buffett to buy Van Tuyl Group, 
create Berkshire Hathaway 
Automotive 



Click here to open this newsletter in a Web browser 



~~— • 

:_j_ & ___ ; .». .... . . . . . - _ v.: _ 'l _ i 

TOP NEWS 

Lincoln MKS, BMW 5 struggle in 
small-overlap crash test 

4:02 pm U.S. ET | Oct 2 

Luxury sedans from BMW and Lincoln were the worst 
performers in the most recent batch of vehicles 
subjected to the insurance Institute for Highway 
Safety's challenging small-overlap crash test.... 

» READ 



GM to recall 117,651 vehicles for 
chassis-control flaw 

2:18 pm U it ie EEUP | O .2 

GM is recalling 117,651 2013-14 model-year trucks, 
crossovers and sedans across all four of its North 
America brands to fix a potentially faulty chassis- 
control system that could fail and increase the risk of a 
crash.... » READ 



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Buffett to boy Van Tuvl Group, 
create Berkshire Hathaway 
Automotive 

UPDATED: 10/2/14 4:15 pm ET - adds details, stock 
close 

8:40 am U.S. ET | Oct 2 

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway agreed to buy Van 
Tuyl Group, the largest privately owned auto dealership 
group in the United States. The business, with 75 
dealerships at the end of last year, will be renamed 
Berkshire Hathaway Automotive.... » READ 



Hyundai Motor workers approve 
2014 wage pact, end strikes 

7:08 am U.S, ET | Oct 2 

Hyundai Motor's union workers in South Korea agreed 
to end strikes that may have cost the company more 
than 900 billion won ($847 million) in lost output after 
they accepted the carmaker’s proposal to increase 
wages.... » READ 



UAW, German labor groups to 
announce Daimler drive in 
Alabama, reports say 

UPDATED: 10/2/14 4:33 pm ET - adds details 
3:57 pm U.S. ET | Oct 2 

The UAW and two German labor groups will announce 
on Friday that they intend to work together to organize 
Daimler AG's Mercedes-Benz plant workers in Alabama, 
sources close to one of the German labor groups said 
today.... » READ 



GABE NELSON 

Musk's mysterious *D* is 
probably an awd Model S 

» READ 



LARRY P. VELLEQUETTE 

Ford puts refreshed C- 
Max in the Phantom's 
spotlight 


» READ 


RICHARD JOHNSON 

The Nissan Leaf's top- 
selling town? 

» READ 


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GM, Nissan, Chrysler gains propel 
market to 9% increase 

Cadillac prepares dealers for a jolt 


Honda CR-V gets a sportier, more 
upscale look for 2015 


Ford sets goal of 9.4M global sales 
by 2020, cuts profit outlook for , 14 


Jeep ponders switch to 
aluminum for next Wrangler 
body, Marchionne says 

UPDATED: 10/2/14 4:34 pm ET - adds 
background 

11:21 am U.S, ET | Oct 2 



Tesla's Musk hints at a new 
model and 'something else' 

6:37 am U.S. ET[Oct2_ 


Opel chief Neumann vows to 
make good on Barra's profit 
promise 

11:23 am U.S. ET I Oct 2 




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BMW to boost 83, i8 availability 
in O.S. 

_ 


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capital to fund growth plan, 
Marchionne says 

3:57 pm U.S. ET | Oct 2 



Jackson says 2015 sales could 
be "knocking on the door of 1? 
million' 

12:31 pm U.S. ET [ Oct 2_ 


Mercedes tops BMW in 
monthly luxury sales 

5:00 pm U.S, ET | Oct 1 



Ford loses bid to recoup $450 
million interest on overpaid 
taxes 

5:33 pm U.S. ET | Oct 1 



Ford sees Europe gains setting 
stage for profit after 2015 

4:49 am U.S. ET | Oct 2 



Loan fraud inquiry focuses on 
used-car dealers, report says 


12:20 pm US. ET 

Oct 2 





Lithia completes purchase of 
DCH Auto Group 

5:48 pm I S j ctl _ 


VW’s XL Sport concept full of 
surprises 

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To: Spieth, John[Spieth.John@epa.gov]; Snyder, Jim[Snyder.Jim@epa.gov]; Wilson, 

Daie[Wi Ison. Dale@epa.gov] 

Cc: McBryde, Dan[mcbryde.dan@epa.gov]; Smithson, Arlene[smithson.arlene@epa.gov]; 

Mazaitis, Vincent[mazaitis.vincent@epa.gov] 

From: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Sent: Fri 1 0/3/ 2014 12:30:24 PM 

Subject: RE: I ex. 4 - cbi jriday drop off 


Hello Dale, 


We should arrive with the vehicle around 10 am today. 


Thanks to all for the information. 


Regards 

Mike 


From: Spieth, John [mailto:Spieth.John@epa.gov] 

Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2014 4:22 PM 
To: Snyder, Jim; Wilson, Dale 

Cc: McBryde, Dan; Smithson, Arlene; Mazaitis, Vincent; Giles, Michael (EEO) 
Subject: RE: jEkHcaiFriday drop off 


Yes, Dale can handle inspecting it and brining it in tomorrow. 


Thanks, 

John 


From: Snyder, Jim 

Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2014 3:47 PM 
To: Spieth, John; Wilson, Dale 

Cc: McBryde, Dan; Smithson, Arlene; Mazaitis, Vincent; Giles, Michael (EEO) 


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Subject: [eG ^’“Friday drop off 


John. Dale. 


Hannah and Mike Giles of VW are dropping off the! Ex. 4 - CBI Friday (tomorrow). Since 
Ben won’t be in Friday I assume one of you can accept delivery and get it inside the lab area for 
check in. Its scheduled to prep on Monday. 


If there are any Questions or issues you can contact Mike Giles at 248-754-4229 

( michael.giles@vw.com ) 


or 

Bill Rodgers 
(248) 754-4219 

will iam.rodgers@vw.com 


Jim Snyder 

Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
Compliance Division 

United States Environmental Protection Agency 
(734) 214-4946 

snvder.iim@epa.gov 


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To: Rodgers, William (EEO)[William.Rodgers@vw.com] 

Cc: Harris, Dale (EEO)[Dale.Harris@vw.com]; Good, David[good.david@epa.gov]; Allen, Gregory 

(EEO)[Gregory.Allen@vw.com]; Giles, Michael (EEO)[michael.giles@vw.com]; Thomas, Richard 
(EEO)[Richard.Thomas@vw.com]; Verify Help Desk[" Ex."4- CBI | 

From: [' ExT-cBi" ; 

Sent: Fril 6/3/20143:07:41 PM 

Subject: RE: Fw: VW Group - Problem with VERIFY engine configuration re-numbering (HLP-5220) 
Hello Mr. Rodgers, 

We will discuss this issue (Verify-12883) in the next maintenance meeting with the EPA. I will provide an 
update as soon as we have direction. 


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Verify Help Desk 

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"Rodgers, William (EEO)" 

<Wiiliam,Rodgers@vw.com> 

10/03/2014 08:58 AM Subject 


Verify Help Deskl ex. 4-cbi 


"Harris, Dale (EEO)" <Dale.Harris@vw.com>, "Allen, Gregory 
(EEO)" <Gregory.Allen@vw.com>, "Thomas, Richard (EEO)" 
<Richard.Thomas@vw.com>, "good.david@epa.gov" 
<good.david@epa.gov>, "Thomas, Richard (EEO)" 
<Richard.Thomas@vw.com>, "Giles, Michael (EEO)" 

<michael.giles@vw.com> 

RE: Fw: VW Group - Problem with VERIFY engine configuration 
re-numbering (HLP-5220) 


Hello j Ex. 4 - CBI | ^ 

The following conditions continue to exist in Verify even though a future fix was promised back in June, We are 
quickly approaching the time in which Certification Applications are updated to include new test group 
information. If this condition is not repaired very soon the resulting scrambled engine configuration numbers will 
plague the fuel economy program and Fuel Economy Guide website (as highlighted below). 

Regards, 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015541 





















Bill Rodgers 

Emissions Certification Engineer 


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP OF AMERICA, INC. 

Engineering and Environmental Office 
Auburn Hills, Ml 
(248) 754-4219 
william.rodgers@vw.com 


From: ]_ Ex. 4 - CBI _(Verify Help Desk 

Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2014 2:15 PM 
To: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Cc: Harris, Dale (EEO); Allen, Gregory (EEO); Thomas, Richard (EEO); Rodgers, William (EEO) 
Subject: Re: Fw: VW Group - Problem with VERIFY engine configuration re-numbering (HLP-5220) 


Hello Mr. Giles, 


This issue has been documented in Verity-12883, the fix for which will be deployed in a future release. 
We will discuss this issue with the EPA. 


Ex. 4-CBI 


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Subject Fw: VW Group - Problem with VERIFY engine configuration re-numbering (HLP- 
5220) 


06/03/2014 12:44 PM 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015542 















-—Forwarded by N Ex. 4 - CBI jJSA/CSC on 06/03/2014 12:40 PM -— 

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From: "Rodgers, William (EEO)" < William.Rodqers@vw.com > 

Cc: "Giles, Michael (EEO)" < michael.giies@vw.com >, "Allen, Gregory (EEO)" < Greqory.Allen@vw.com > 

Date: 06/02/2014 03:23 PM 

Subject; RE: VW Group - Problem with VERIFY engine configuration re-numbering (HLP-5220) 


HellOiEx.4-CBI ^ 

Transaction Id: 4f47478a-53db-45bd-a48d-fc9460c45612 


When you reload the “Report” file from this transaction to the Verify CDXYTest Group screen it 
re-numbers engine configuration numbers and ignores existing xml tags. This poses a problem 
when making updates or corrections from previous xml Report files as we do often. 

Note - The engine configuration number is used by the fuel economy program and drives the 
engine descriptions on the EPA fuel economy guide website. When configuration numbers 
change from what was first input and labelled, it potentially creates erroneous model/engine 
descriptions online. 

Regards, 

Bill Rodgers 

Emissions Certification Engineer 


VOLKSWAGEN G 


AMERICA, INC, 


Engineering and Environmental Office 


Auburn Hills, Ml 
( 248 ) 754-4219 


william.rodgers@vw.com 


From: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Sent: Monday, June 02, 2014 1:31 PM 
To: Rodgers, William (EEO) 

Subject: RE: VW Group - Problem with VERIFY engine configuration re-numbering (HLP-5220) 


From: [ ex.~ 4 ~-cbi' 7 Verify Help Desk 

Sent: Monday, June 02, 2014 12:37 PM 
To: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Cc: Harris, Dale (EEO); Allen, Gregory (EEO); Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Subject: Re: VW Group - Problem with VERIFY engine configuration re-numbering (HLP-5220) 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015543 












Hello Mr. Giles, 

Verify help desk ticket HLP-5220 was opened for your inquiry. Will you please send your test group 
submission file or the transaction id for the test group submission? 


i Ex. 4 - CBII 

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cc "Harris, Dale (EEO)" < Dale.Harris@vw.com >, "Allen, Gregory (EEO)" 

< GreqorY.Allen@yw.com >, "Thomas, Richard (EEO)" < Rich3rd.Thomas@vw.com > 

Subject VW Group - Problem with VERIFY engine configuration re-numbering. 

"Giles, Michael (EEO)" 

< roichael.qiles@vw.com > 

06/02/2014 08:49 AM 


H 6 110 i-Ex. 4 - CBI \ 

We have found an issue with VERIFY which is causing errors in test group data during load of the XML for updates 
or corrections. 

The issue is that the form quietly removes existing engine configuration values in the Test Group form when 
loading an XML, and replaces with new numbers matching the input sequence. This small change can cause 
significant headaches when doing fuel economy labeling which relies on the engine configuration value. 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015544 











Steps to Reproduce Engine configuration ordering problem which can occur when a correction is made to an 
engine configuration in a test group data set: 

1) From VERIFY, request test group report for FVGAV02.0APA and save file. 

2) Open XML with text editor and note the ordering of the 3 repeating EngineConfigurationDetails: 

a. First in sequence: 211HP with EngineConfigurationNumber = 3 

b. Second in sequence: 170HP with EngineConfigurationNumber = 1 

c. Third: 220HP with EngineConfigurationNumber = 2 

d. Note that these elements come out of VERIFY "out of sequence" 3,1,2 ... but since the engconfig# value 
tags are associated, this should not really be a problem. 

3) Re-Open file in VERIFY form. Note that the original configuration numbers have been disposed and that the 3 
entries are now re-numbered to match their sequential order, rather than the engine configuration number: 

a. First in sequence: 211HP with EngineConfigurationNumber = 1 

b. Second in sequence: 170HP with EngineConfigurationNumber =2 

c. Third: 220HP with EngineConfigurationNumber = 3 

d. Note that this scrambles the original engineconfiguration number which was associated with each engine. 

e. A save can be done to confirm that the values above are now stored in the XML file. 

Please let us know if you can reproduce this issue. We are hoping that it is possible to correct this soon. Please 
advise. 

Regards, 

Mike 


Michael Giles 

Certification Engineer 

Engineering & Environmental Office (EEO) 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4229 
Fax: 248 754 4207 
mailto: MichaeLGiles@VW.com 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015545 



To: Wehrly, Linc[wehrly.Iinc@epa.gov] 

Cc: Harry.Thompson@dot.gov[Harry.Thompson@dot.gov] 

From: Good, David 

Sent: Fri 10/3/2014 6:49:38 PM 

Subject: 2012 CAFE/GHG is in the queue redated & ready for signing - 2012 VW PC & LT; NNTO 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015546 



To: richard.thomas@vw.com[riehard. thomas@vw.com] 

From: Good, David 

Sent: Fri 10/3/2014 7:49:44 PM 

Subject: 2015 FE Guide - Data in Verify as of Oct 2, 2014 - including the eGolf 

VW Group 2015 FEGuide-all rel dates-no-sales-10-2-2014.xlsx 
2015 generic EV Label calculations-1-18-13.xlsm 


Richard, 


Our macro picked up a few errors for the eGolf. 


I couldn’t double check your values since I don’t have your spreadsheet calculator for the eGolf 
(and I didn’t bother to look in Verify for the test data). I’ll attach a generic EV spreadsheet for 
your convenience (although I think I’ve sent it to you before). 


I get $500 for the annual fuel cost, as follows: 


Ann Fuel Cost = 15,000 miles x 29 kW-hr/100 miles x $0.12 per kW-hr = $522, which rounds to 
$500. 


Dave 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015547 



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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015548 












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06/20/2017 


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24 

33 

27 

30.3689 

46.0618 

35.8679 

Auto(AM-5 

24 

30 

26 

29.1689 

42.3558 

33.9213 

Auto(AM-5 

31 

41 

34 

40.2000 

57.8000 

46.5830 

Manual(M 

23 

31 

26 

27.7589 

43.4112 

33.1352 

Manual(M 

31 

41 

34 

40.0000 

57.8000 

46.4350 

Auto(S6) 

24 

32 

27 

30.6903 

45.4713 

35.9488 

Auto(AM-5 

23 

29 

25 

28.8902 

40.8000 

33.2591 

Auto(AM-5 

30 

40 

34 

39.7000 

56.5000 

45.8327 

ManuaI(M 

23 

31 

26 

27.7589 

43.4112 

33.1352 

Manual(M 

30 

40 

34 

38.7000 

57.2000 

45.2919 

Auto(AM-5 

22 

31 

25 

26.9290 

42.1849 

32.1632 

Manual(M 

21 

32 

25 

25.6435 

43.4548 

31.4431 

Auto(S6) 

17 

25 

20 

20.5000 

33.5000 

24.8373 

Auto(AM-5 

22 

30 

25 

27.5000 

41.5000 

32.4219 

Auto(S6) 

25 

36 

29 

32.5000 

51.1000 

38.8661 

Manual(M 

25 

37 

30 

32.6000 

52.5000 

39.3042 

Auto(AM-5 

31 

43 

36 

41.0359 

61.6186 

48.2955 


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mod^y®®o©xc^t.ioo600^)I^snd 600 

Auto(AM-S 

25 

33 

28 

30.7000 

45.3000 

35.9078 

Manual(M 

25 

34 

28 

30.0000 

46.4000 

35.6740 

Auto(S6) 

25 

37 

30 

32.7401 

52.6000 

39.4414 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015552 




Manual(M 

25 

37 

29 

32.3787 

52.4790 

39.1216 

Auto(AM-S 

24 

32 

27 

29.5595 

44.4600 

34.8093 

Auto(AM-5 

31 

45 

36 

41.3000 

64.1000 

49.1703 

Auto(S6) 

23 

34 

26 

28.7000 

47.5000 

34.9193 

Manual(M 

25 

34 

28 

29.3000 

49.6000 

35.9145 

Manual(M 

31 

46 

36 

40.2000 

65.6000 

48.6823 

Manual(M 

23 

33 

26 

28.2801 

45.1600 

33.9987 

Auto(AM-5 

42 

48 

45 

57.5000 

65.3000 

60.7663 

Auto(S6) 

24 

36 

28 

31.2000 

50.5769 

37.6995 

Manual(M 

24 

35 

28 

30.9734 

49.8831 

37.3437 

Auto(AM-5 

30 

42 

34 

38.7000 

59.9000 

46.0312 

Manual(M 

30 

44 

35 

39.0000 

62.4000 

46.9173 

Auto(AM-5 

20 

28 

23 

23.9000 

37.3000 

28.5088 

Auto(S6) 

21 

26 

23 

25.9873 

36.0386 

29.7169 

Auto(S6) 

20 

26 

23 

25.7711 

36.0238 

29.5565 

Auto(S8) 

20 

29 

23 

24.1000 

41.0000 

29.5883 

Auto(S8) 

17 

23 

19 

21.3000 

31.6000 

24.9612 

Auto(S8) 

20 

24 

21 

25.1000 

33.1000 

28.1631 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015553 



C<MMMjGuzzler? Air Aspir lAir AspiraTrans Trans DesTrans, Oth# Gears 


23.4556 

33.3421 

27.0673 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

31.1996 

43.0359 

35.6064 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

24.3444 

34.5845 

28.0867 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

23.3120 

31.5429 

26.4136 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

24.0818 

32.6198 

27.2970 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

23.6858 

31.6788 

26.7189 

TC 

TurbocharjS CV 

Selectable 

8 

8(^l4^584soi3o]cPii?se !2eK5§2T?lease 

date f<ethe effecf%g(§)^§ r }#hen vehic^rMW§trc£labelIed; 

8 

22.1972 

32.0693 

25.7665 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

6 

8(e)<f)#442soi29]22§gse GS/SSlTPlease 

datef<£the e ffetj%6c§&ter}Shen vehic^tw^gtrcf labelled; 

8 

8(^i4^Ji4soi3c]cPtt5rse B^kSQ^Iease 

dateTCthe effecfluY&cs&tgrVShen vehicterttf#KetK£labelled; 

8 

22.1972 

32.0693 

25.7665 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

6 

24.5044 

32.5529 

27.5721 

TC 

TurbocharjSCV 

Selectable 

8 

19.6106 

28.8603 

22.9156 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

18.3949 

27.2332 

21.5408 

SC 

SupercharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

24.4094 

38.0485 

29.1042 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

18.0028 

27.5267 

21.3226 

SC 

SupercharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

24.4094 

38.0485 

29.1042 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

18.6853 

29.3211 

22.3303 

SC 

SupercharfSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

18.2315 

29.5343 

22.0244 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

23.8727 

36.3252 

28.2271 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

18.6853 

29.3211 

22.3303 

SC 

SupercharfSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

17.9485 

28.5015 

21.5369 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

13.8358 

21.9706 

16.6020G 

NA 

Naturally /SA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

21.0646 

27.9892 

23.7037 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

19.6619 

28.5380 

22.8617 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

19.7028 

28.0105 

22.7375 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

19.6619 

27.5771 

22.5781 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

17.8443 

25.5746 

20.6536 

SC 

SupercharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

23.6266 

31.3636 

26.5783 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

24.0075 

29.7936 

26.3065 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

18.7400 

27.6200 

21.9099 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

15.5983 

21.6157 

17.8322 

SC 

Superchar^SA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

13.5631 

22.5823 

16.5348G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

11.4565 

20.0560 

14.1955G 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

6 

12.9942 

22.2057 

15.9766G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

11.7338 

19.4192 

14.2763 G 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

6 

13.5631 

22.5823 

16.5348G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

11.4565 

20.0560 

14.1955 G 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

6 

12.9942 

22.2057 

15.9766G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

11.7338 

19.4192 

14.2763 G 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

6 

15.7409 

23.3075 

18.4339 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

15.8793 

22.1836 

18.2078 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

8(q)|432§@sot25]iFg?5rse Q.qvff?2?iease 

datef<Ethe effetf%g(§)^§ r }/ghen vehic^rW^at^labelied; 

8 

23.1833 

30.7065 

26.0560 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015554 




18.1170 

27.5580 

21.4190 

SC 

Superchar^AMS 

Automatec 

7 

17.0438 

26.0230 

20.1767 

SC 

SupercharjM 

Manual 

6 

18.1170 

27.5580 

21.4190 

SC 

Superchar^AMS 

Automatec 

7 

17.0438 

26.0230 

20.1767 

SC 

SupercharjM 

Manual 

6 

17.6699 

25.9530 

20.6333 

SC 

Superchar^AMS 

Automatec 

7 

16.7533 

26.9042 

20.1794 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

7 

16.7533 

26.9042 

20.1794 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

7 

16.5369 

26.7008 

19.9551 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

16.7285 

23.6581 

19.2682 

SC 

SuperchaqSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

22.3665 

31.1759 

25.6242 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

22.3665 

31.1759 

25.6242 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

15.2087 

25.3816 

18.5553 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

12.4737 

21.0866 

15.2827 G 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

13.8190 

23.8488 

17.0447 G 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

12.0228 

20.0478 

14.6643 G 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

13.8190 

23.8488 

17.0447 G 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

12.0228 

20.0478 

14.6643 G 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

10.5402 

17.7129 

12.8889G 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

8.4232 

14.7698 

10.4424 G 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

7 

10.6055 

18.4729 

13.1199G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

9.7957 

16.2453 

11.9264G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

14.0224 

20.0427 

16.2140G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

10.6353 

16.9743 

12.7836G 

NA 

Naturally AAMS 

Automated 

7 

24.7637 

32.6943 

27.7980 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

23.7579 

32.6943 

27.0899 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

5 

23.6856 

29.5929 

26.0232 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

30.6516 

40.5292 

34.4273 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

22.6980 

30.6082 

25.6850 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

6 

30.5143 

40.5292 

34.3319 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

6 

23.9740 

32.2876 

27.1159 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

22.7135 

28.5529 

25.0157 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

30.3081 

39.6674 

33.9083 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

22.6980 

30.6082 

25.6850 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

6 

29.6183 

40.1317 

33.5766 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

6 

21.8993 

30.8310 

25.1821 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

20.6665 

31.8238 

24.5378 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

6 

16.9415 

25.2190 

19.8774 

NA 

Naturally /SA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

21.7634 

30.1121 

24.8658 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

25.2640 

36.0643 

29.1989 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

25.3353 

37.0021 

29.5244 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

5 

31.1996 

43.0359 

35.6064 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

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releasq"date to when\tf§hif#s were relabelled; 

6 

24.6434 

32.6158 

27.6891 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

24.9095 

34.2917 

28.4070 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

6 

25.4066 

VW FOIA, EPA 

37.0689 

29.5967 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

06/20/2017 

Semi-Auto 

6 

2017-FFP_015555 



25.1926 

37.0021 

29.4176 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

5 

23.5744 

31.8670 

26.7012 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

31.4045 

44.6752 

36.2501 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

22.5269 

33.6412 

26.4608 

NA 

Naturally /SA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

24.6629 

33.9684 

28.1307 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

5 

30.6516 

45.6549 

35.9711 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

6 

22.8950 

32.6159 

26.4413 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

6 

42.0354 

48.2310 

44.6144 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

7 

24.3335 

35.7288 

28.4112 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

24.1899 

35.2585 

28.1693 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

5 

29.6183 

41.9168 

34.1237 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

29.8256 

43.5614 

34.7575 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

6 

19.7174 

27.8048 

22.6868 

NA 

Naturally/AMS 

Automatec 

6 

20.5496 

25.7855 

22.6161 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

20.3807 

25.8019 

22.5089 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

19.6490 

28.9961 

22.9829 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

17.0411 

22.7325 

19.2048 

NA 

Naturally /SA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

19.8843 

23.7762 

21.4655 

SC 

SupercharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 


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frojg ggg^aloyjjajjgi^f Error- for EVs adjusted combined fuel con^y fgpt^jgmust be 0 and voluntarily incr 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015556 



Lockup TcTrans 

Vomated IV^nual 

Vomated IVfanual 
Vomated IVfanual 
Vomated IVfanual 
Vomated IV^nual 
MT with paries) 

Y N 

N N 

Y N 

Y N 

N N 

MT with paries) 


Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 


N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


Vomated IV^nual 

N N 

Vomated IV^nual 

N N 

Vomated IV^nual 

N N 

Vomated IV^nual 

N N 

Vomated IV^nual 

Vomated IV^rmal 

Y N 

Vomated IV^nual 


Cre Drive Sys 

withFpaddles) 

withFpaddles) 

withFpaddles) 

with/paddles) 

with/paddles) 

F 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

F 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

F 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

with/paddles) 

A 

with/paddles) 

A 

with/paddles) 

A 

with/paddles) 

A 

with/paddles) 

with/paddles) 

A 

with/paddles) 


Drive DesiPrimary BMax 

EtharMax Biodi Rangel 



2-Wheel DFVGAV02.( 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.( 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.( 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.( 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ02.0 

85 

422 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ02.0 

85 

406 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ02.0 

85 

422 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.( 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0NU4 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0NU4 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

All Wheel IFVGAV03.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0NU4 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

All Wheel IFVGAV03.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV06.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ02.0 

85 

406 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ02.0 

85 

455 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0NU4 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

All Wheel IFVGAT02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAT03.0NU3 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

All Wheel IFVGAT03.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV05.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV05.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV05.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV05.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015557 










Vomated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

N N A All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

tomated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

N N A All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

tomated IVNnual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 
^omated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 
\omated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

tyamated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV02.C 
tomated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV02.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV06.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV06.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV06.C 

Y N R 2-Wheel DFVGAV06.S 

tomated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV08.C 
Vomated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV06.! 
tomated IVfqnual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV06.!: 
Vomated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV05.] 
Ipmated Manual with peddles) All Wheel IFVGAV06. 

Y N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

tomated IVJqnual withFpaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 
famated IV^nual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 
N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 

Y N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

famated IV^nual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 
tomated IV^nual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 
N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 

Vomated IVfanual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAJ02.0 
N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAJ02.0 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV03.( 

tomated Manual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

Y N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

Vomated Manual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 
N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 

Vomated Manual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

Y N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 


15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

85 

357 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

85 

357 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

85 

357 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GPR 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GPR 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GPR 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GPR 

Gasoline (1 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015558 





N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

Vomated 

IV^nual withFpaddles) 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Vomated 

IV^nual withfpaddles) 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Vomated 

IV^nual withRoaddles) 

2-Wheel DFVGAV01.' 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

Vomated 

IVfanual withFpaddles) 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

Vomated 

IVfanual withFpaddles) 

2-Wheel DFVGAV03.( 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAJ02.0 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel IFVGAJ02.0 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel IFVGAT03.0NU2 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel IFVGAT03.6 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel IFVGAT03.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

pased adjusted combiped fuel ftWSWSfoftlaofri/Please 

revise Vegfy as 

neec^d. 

Electricity 

^ased adjusted combiped fuel cogs^ggijCgjB^hfyftftldftfri/Please 

revise Vegty as 

neec fe? ■ 

Electricity 


06/20/2017 2017-FFP 015559 


VW FOIA, EPA 



GuzzIGas Guzzl2Dr Pass '2Dr Lugg 4Dr Pass 

4Dr Lugg Htchbk PaHtchbk Lu 

Mpfeaded Rfltey^epied) 

Not exempt 



86 

12 



(15 ppfiffle®ip8HlMm) 

Not exempt 



86 

12 



Mpfeaded Rflfey^igvepied) 

Not exemp 

79 

10 





iWpfeaded ffafcfirp5>egT(jed) 

Not exemp 

79 

10 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



86 

10 



Mpfeaded |fafcfinp>egT<Jed) 

Not exempt 



91 

12 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



91 

12 



Mpfeaded |fafisnpii£»€pjed) 

Not exempt 



91 

12 



Mpfeaded Rfifienp^ed) 

Not exemp 

81 

10 





Mpfeaded Rflte*rp?»egTsJed) 

Not exemp 

84 

12 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemf: 

84 

12 





Mpfeaded R^t^pis^Jed) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



iWpteaded Rflte*rp?»efrted) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



MfUS (15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



Mpteaded Rflte>pp«ie£kjed) 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

(15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

iWpfeaded RflteSip«^t<jed) 

Not exempt 



100 

15 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



100 

15 



MfWS (15 ppffite@fi^«(n|Mnn) 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



Mpfeaded FtategTpfgyefkJed) 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



Mpfeaded Rfifc&rpaefrted) 

Not exempt 



90 

28 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 





84 

17 

Mpfeaded Ftate*rpig>efkJed) 

Not exempt 





84 

17 

Mpfeaded RflfiSTpiepded) 

Truck 







rWpfeaded Rfte^pig^ided) 

Truck 







MfUS (15 PtwmeSn^Klf m) 

Truck 







Mpfeaded ftfli&rpaegiFled) 

Truck 







MfHB (15 PtwmeSn^Klf m) 

Truck 







iWpfeaded R^tegip^g^iided) 

Truck 







Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 







iWpfeaded ffateinpsiejfrted) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 







l^ptfaded RffeSTp^g^Jed) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rfltey^vep^ed) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded FNte»ip®^rted) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded ftfll^ipyepied) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rfiteg^g^rted) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

84 

13 





Mpfeaded RtffconpiignefKjed) 

Not exemp 

81 

10 





Mpfeaded Rfl^y^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

Mpfeaded RflfconpfanefTded) 

Not exempt 



86 

10 




VWFOIA, EPA 06/20/2017 2017-FFP 015560 




rWptfaded RfiteS^SVeffded) 

Not exempt 



90 

13 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



90 

13 



iWpfeaded RfiteS^effded) 

Not exemp 

84 

13 





Mpfeaded Rflfey^igvepied) 

Not exemp 

84 

13 





Mpfeaded ffate>rp5>egT(jed) 

Not exemp 

81 

10 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



Mptfaded |fafcfinp>egT<Jed) 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



100 

15 



rWpfeaded |fafispp*£»€p1ed) 

Truck 







Mpfeaded Rfifienp^ed) 

Not exemp 

74 

13 





Mpfeaded Rflte*rp?»egTsJed) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

89 

11 





Mpfeaded R^tesipiis^Jed) 

Not exemp 

89 

11 





Mpfeaded ftflfiofip^ed) 

Not exemp 

86 

7 





l^ptfaded Rflte*rp?»egT<Jed) 

Not exemp 

86 

7 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

102 

13 





Mpfeaded ftafiStfpRegrted) 

Not exemp 

102 

13 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



101 

11 



fWpfeaded RflfciiifssRgN 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rflf&ypsUgN 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rflftu;ip*s()gN 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rflfey^epied) 

Not exempt 







M Wb leadertifiteiptfP^N 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded RflteBTpKftegfljed) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

Mpfeaded R«te^ig^t<Jed) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

NtfMS (15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

Mpfeaded Ftetejrpaegrded) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

Mfr(B (15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

iMpfeaded Rf|fc©rp?»egTded) 

Not exemp 

81 

7 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

81 

7 





NtfuS (15 PlPitWerip«HT|Mm) 

Not exemp 

81 

7 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

81 

7 





NtfUB (15 ppffite@fi^«KlMm) 

Not exemp 

81 

7 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

94 

13 





Mpfeaded Ftafcofp^efTded) 

Not exemp 

94 

13 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

94 

13 





Mpfeaded R^teyipiig^lvJed) 

Not exemp 

77 

11 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

Mpfeaded RfltegTpsyegTtjed) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

NtfUB (15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

MfKB (15 ppfliteanp^KlWim) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

Mpfeaded Rflfioppaeftfed) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

Mpfeaded RflftonpiignefTded) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

Mpfeaded Rfltey^vep^ed) 

Not exempt 



94 

16 




VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015561 



iMpfeaded Rflteg^igveffded) 
Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 
NWuS (15 PtWWe®ip8HlNm) 
Mpfeaded Rflfey^igvepied) 
Mptfaded RflteS^effded) 
Ntf*(5 (15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 
Mpfeaded |fafi©rp>efT<Jed) 
Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 
Mpfeaded RffesTp^^Jed) 
Mpfeaded Rflfe^igvepied) 
NWus (15 p lWWle^p«HTi Mrn) 
MfKS (15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 
Mpfeaded R^teSip^^Jed) 
Mpfeaded Rfltey^epded) 
Mpfeaded foite*np«iegijded) 
Mfr(B (15 PtwmeSn^Klf m) 
Mpfeaded Rflte>rpF»egijded) 
Mpfeaded Rflfey^igvepded) 

MPG miles per gN 
KW-HR/IOkilowatt-hoN 


Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Truck 
Truck 
Truck 
Truck 
Truck 

Not exempt 
Not exempt 


94 

16 

94 

16 

94 

16 

94 

16 

94 

16 

94 

16 

94 

16 

94 

16 

102 

16 

102 

16 

102 

16 

102 

16 

102 

16 


91 

CM 

w f 


17 

17 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015562 



infill FuEPA 
2100 
1550 
2050 
2200 
2100 
2100 
2300 
2200 
2400 
2300 
2200 
2050 
2500 
2600 
1950 
2700 
1950 
2600 
2600 
2000 
2600 
2600 
3350 
2400 
2500 
2500 
2500 
2700 
2100 
2200 
2550 


3350 

4050 

3550 

4050 

3350 

4050 

3550 

4050 


19.5 


CalciComment City2 FE (<Hwy2 FueComb2 FiLow'd Cit^Low'd Hw Low'd CorCity2 Unai 

2100corrected fuel unit price, engine configuration number changed to #1 for 1.8L engine code CN 
1550 hwy label value correction, Bio-Diesel Max 5% 

2050 refresh release date, corrected interior volumes, fuel unit price correction, engine configurati 
2200 refreshed release date, interior volume corrected, engine configuration changed to #2 for 2.0 
2100carline interior volumes corrected from 2 door to 4 door, engine configuration number chang 
2100 

2300manuf conlS 22 18 19.5 

2200 

2400 eng code c 15 21 17 19 

2300manuf conl5 22 18 19.5 

2200 
2050 
2500 
2600 
1950 
2700 
1950 
2600 
2600 
2000 
2600 

2600 FUEL AND GHG RATING CORRECTED TO 5 
33505-yr fuel cost corrected 

2400manuf conlS 21 17 19.2 

2500Corrected C02 typos, corrected round error for highway rounded adjusted C02 value 
2500Eng division correction 

2500 14 19 16 17.4 

2700 Syr fuel cost corrected 

2100Corrected unrounded unadjusted highway and combined C02 values 

2200corrected stop/start indicator, zero set for 5-yr fuel saved instead of zero for spending 

2550 


19.2 


3150 3150corrected highway C02 adj value 


3350 

4050 

3550 

4050 

3350 

4050 

3550 

4050 


3150 


3150 


3150 3150 

3150 3150 Relabel, 50/50 weighting of best and worse (D&S) testing 

2200 2200 5yr fuel savings set to zero instead of spending 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015563 








2700 2700 

2850 2850 

2700 2700 

2850 2850 

2700 2700 

2850 2850 maximum ethanol corrected 

2850 2850 maximum ethanol corrected 

2850 2850S/S indicator to yes, back to NO. 

3000 3000 

2200 2200changed engine configuration number after Verify reassigned numbers on CSI after addition o 

2200 2200changed engine configuration number after Verify reassigned numbers on CSI after addition o 

3000 3000 release date change to March 

3800 3800 9 15 11 10.5 

3350 3350data substitution corrected to no for eng code CYCA, release date change to March 

3800 3800 9 15 11 10.5 

3350 3350 release date change to March 

3800 3800 9 15 11 10.5 

4400 4400 

5700 5700eng code correction 

4400 4400 

4750 4750 

3550 3550Release date change 

4400 4400corrected carline to Veneno Roadster 477 

1900 1900 

1950 1950corrected combined unrounded unadj value 
2200 2200corrected combined unadjusted unrounded value type 
1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2200 2200 

1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

1950 1950 

2300 2300 

1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2200 2200 

1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2300 2300 

2300 2300 

2850 2850 

2300 2300 

1800 1800 

1750 1750 

1550 1550 hwy label value corrected, Bio-Diesel Max 5% 

1550 1550 relabel with EPA confirmatory tests, Bio-Diesel Max 5% 

2050 2050SMOG corrected to 9 as this is a nationwide Tier 2 BIN 2 and Calif PZEV.....engine code correc 
2050 2050engine code correction to 211 hp code 
1750 1750 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015564 




1800 

2100 

1550 

2000 

1900 

1550 

2200 

1250 

1900 

1900 

1650 

1600 

2500 

2500 

2500 

2450 

3000 

2700 



1800fuel consumption and C02 unadj unrounded corrected, max Ethanol to 15% 

21005 yr fuel savings corrected 

1550 release date change, Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 
2000 
1900 

1550 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 
2200 

1250Start/stop indicator corrected to yes 

1900 rounded adjusted highway C02 rounding error corrected 

1900 

1650 EPA confirmatory tests numbers for city highway US06 now included, no label value changes, 

1600corrected C02 values and annual fuel cost corrected, Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2500 

2500 max Ethanol set to 15% 

2500 

2450 corrected fuel economy rating to 5 
3000 

2700S/S set to yes 

SOOtrans type corrected on CSI to rid warnings on label 
SOOtrans type corrected on CSI to rid warnings on label 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015565 





SB. 


on changed to #1 for 1.8L engine code CNSB 
L engine code CNTC. 

ed to #2 for 2.0L engine code CNTC, GHG rating corrected 


30.8 

23.356 

15.3563 

21.9111 

17.7451 

304 

E 

Ethanol (EiMPG 

miles per g 

30 

22.7545 

15.0024 

21.384 

17.3296 

287 

E 

Ethanol (EiMPG 

miles per g 

30.8 

23.356 

15.3563 

21.9111 

17.7451 

304 

E 

Ethanol (EiMPG 

miles per g 


28.8 22.5882 15.1507 20.5603 17.1855 287 E Ethanol (EJMPG 

27.1 20.7407 13.7947 19.3602 15.8444 317 E Ethanol (E<MPG 


miles per g 


miles per g 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015566 


f a model running change, this label includes two engine configuration numbers: #2 for engine code CETA and # 4 f 
f a model running change, this label includes two engine configuration numbers: #2 for engine code CETA and # 4 f 


20.8 

13.5107 

8.8115 

15.1054 

10.8449 

262 

E 

Ethanol (EIMPG 

miles per g 

20.5 

13.4531 

8.6127 

14.7094 

10.5874 

262 

E 

Ethanol (EIMPG 

miles per g 

20.5 

13.4531 

8.6127 

14.7094 

10.5874 

262 

E 

Ethanol (EIMPG 

miles per g 


ted 


VW FOIA, EPA 06/20/2017 2017-FFP 015567 



EPA reprocessed their confirmatory city and highway tests - corrected unrounded MPG results entered, Bio-Diesel 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015568 





Z02 IHwy COl 

! Comb 

CO:FueI2 E 

PjfiDescriptOilntal 

<e Val Exh; 

aust VCarlii 

ie C! Carline Cl 







S!Di; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 








2 

23 

Subcompa 







S!DI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

2600 

400 

281 

347 

2600 

SIDI; Unde 

2 

24 

Compact C 






SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

2750 

410 

288 

355 

2750 

SIDI; Unde 

2 

23 

Subcompa 


2600 

400 

281 

347 

2600 

SIDI; Unde 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 







SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 







SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 








2 

25 

Midsize Ca 







SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 








2 

25 

Midsize Ca 







SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 







SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 








2 

26 

Large Cars 







SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 







SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 







SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 


2750 

406 

300 

358 

2750 

SIDI; FFV; 

2 

27 

Small Stati 







SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 






SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

2900 

450 

320 

392 

2900 

SIDI; FFV; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 






SIDI; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 







2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 






SIDI; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 







2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 






SIDI; 

2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 






SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; Unde 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 







SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015569 











or engine code CDMA and all TT models, 
or engine code CDMA and all TT models. 

4250 711 410 576 4250 

4250 726 421 589 4250 

4250 726 421 589 4250 



1 

15 

Midsize Ca 


2 

21 

Two Seate 


2 

21 

Two Seate 


2 

21 

Two Seate 

SIDi & PFI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 


2 

21 

Two Seate 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDi; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDi; 

2 

24 

Compact C 


2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 


2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDi; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 


2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 


2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDi; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDi; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 


2 

24 

Compact C 

Under EPA 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 


SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

SIDi; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

SIDI; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seatei 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

FFV; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

FFV; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

FFV; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015570 









SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 


2 

24 

Compact C 


1 

14 

Compact C 


1 

14 

Compact C 


2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

Max 5% correction 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 


2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

SIDI; 

2 

230 

Small SUV 2WD 

SIDI; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 


2 

233 

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233 

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233 

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4 

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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015571 



S%r/TruckCalc ApprSales Release DatiEPA FE Label DatastfriDjue LaLabel RecRelabel Relabel D< 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle QJSfe9/2014 

16011 

N 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16973 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle Ia6£l/2014 

16013 

;N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle Ia6£l/2014 

16012 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle IJJSfe3/2014 

16197, 

N 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

15670 

N 

N 


§^conom^y^y^M^{^alP^viof]^2 , @?l3^4A/erel^^G city, XX fMP^ highway, and XXftjlPG comlRg^bel -1 3 
car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle Ia6/9/2014 15675 N N 

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car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle Ia6/9/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle Ia6/9/2014 

car Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle lijfiMJ/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle Ia6^9/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle I6/1MJ/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle 6jfrfe3/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle S/ife3/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle 6yfefe3/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle 6jfefe3/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle 6JSfe3/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle 6#fe3/2014 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

car Derived 5-cycle label 8/4/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle Ia6^4/2014 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle Ia6^9/2014 
Vehicle Specific 5-cycle l6#Ki)/2014 
Vehicle Specific 5-cycle la6/9/2014 
D Vehicle Specific 5-cycle la6/2/2014 

D Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle la6/9/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle la6/9/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle la6/9/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle la6/9/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle la6/9/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle la6/9/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle la6/9/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle la6/9/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle la6/9/2014 

car Vehicle Specific 5-cycle la6/9/2014 

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N 

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N 

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N 

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N 

N 

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PG highway, and XXftjlPG comtR@fcrf> e l - la 
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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015572 



car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle Ia6^9/2014 

16064) 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle Ia6^9/2014 

16067) 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle Ia6^9/2014 

16065) 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle Ia6£)/2014 

16068) 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle Ia6^9/2014 

16066) 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle Ia6j&/2014 

15576] 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle Ia6£l/2014 

15575| 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle SJfM/2014 

1540o] 


Vehicle Specific 5-cycle Ia6^9/2014 

16059! 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle Ii/M/2014 

16014) 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle liJfM/2014 

16015 j 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle 1/2014 

15558! 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle SjfM/2014 

15654) 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle SJSMl/2014 

15557| 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle SJ5M/2014 

15661 j 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle &JS&1/2014 

15559j 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle fi#M}/2014 

15659J 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle la&£l/2014 

15737) 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle Sj^/2014 

15692) 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle IaB/4/2014 

15678) 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle laB^4/2014 

15681] 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle SJfM/2014 

15599| 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle laBM/2014 

16523 j 

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Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16085 j 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16169) 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle fajt&i /2014 

16170 j 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 

16979 j 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle ITiJSMl/2014 

16092) 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 

16981] 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16086] 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle F1JS&I/2014 

16088| 

car 

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16978] 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle HJ5£8/2014 

16093 j 

car 

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1698oj 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle l^jEM/2014 

156891 

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Vehicle Specific 5-cycle l2iJfM/2014 

15690; 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle I3JSM/2014 

15687) 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle fajt&A /2014 

15602 j 

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16492! 

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16198; 

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16903[ 

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16904- 

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16429) 


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16904 N N 

w&A 1 iKS 

16429 N N 


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2017-FFP 015573 



car 

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17017 

ISlt N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle B/M/2014 

16703 


N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/4/2014 

16976 

ilKMn 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 

1645ojBMl 

fA N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle &/&9/2014 

16222 1 

Wikn 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16977 

MM^N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle rajSMI/2014 

1638ll»B 

N 

N 

car 

Derived Vehicle Specific8^2$/K)d.4 

1713ljjjl 

MN 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 

16393 1 

lit N 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 

16273 

■MIn 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 

16982^ 


N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16983^ 

litN 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle 6J5&S/2014 

15686® 

■if N 

N 


Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 

17018 


N 


Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 

1561lBH 

ill n 

N 

D 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle 0$tMl/2O14 

15417 

jjj N 

N 

D 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/1/2014 

15688 

JJP N 

N 

D 

Derived 5-cycle label 9/15/2014 

16838 

(mWmmmmmm 

N 

car 

Electric Vehicle 2-cyc . 

17235WB 

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■ 1 

N 

car 

Electric Vehicle 2-cyc 

A 700C 

1 / ?««< 1 


N 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015574 


Suppress<Police/EmCommenfcCyl Deact'Cyl Deact Var Valve Var Valve Var Valve Var Valve 



N 

N 

1.8L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

N 

N 


N 

N 

1.8L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

2.0L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

Audi Valve 

N 

N 

2.0L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

Audi Valve 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

ftjue decre$$ed 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

$|ue increased 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

$Jue decreased 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

12 to 6 cyliY 

Intake andN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALVBattery(s) 

N 

N 

Engine codN 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

ENGINE CCN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

ENGINE CCN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

ENGINE CCN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

ENGINE CCN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

Continuou N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

Continuou N 


ptfue decre$$ed 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

Audi Valve 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015575 







N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

GeneratiorN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

GeneratiorN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

Y 

Cylinder d(Y 

Variation cN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

Engine CocY 

ELECTRON Y 

HYDRAULKN 


N 

N 

Engine CocY 

ELECTRON Y 

HYDRAULKN 


N 

N 

ENGINE CCN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

Engine CoY 

ELECTROY 

HYDRAULN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

MECANON 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

MECANON 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

MECANON 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

MECANON 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

MECANON 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

MECANON 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

MECANON 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

N 

N 


N 

N 

N 

Y 

position ofN 


N 

N 

N 

Y 

position of N 


N 

N 

N 

Y 

position ofN 


N 

N 

N 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

1.8L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

1.8L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

N 

N 


ftjue decreased 

Engine CocN 

N 

N 


N 

N 

2.0L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

Audi Valve 

N 

N 

2.0L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

Audi Valve 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

MECANON 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015576 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


Engine CocN 
Engine CocN 
Engine CocN 
Engine CocN 
Engine CocN 
Engine CocN 
Engine CocN 


ppch for Highway label 


N 


N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


Engine CocN 
Engine CocN 
Engine CocN 
Engine CocN 
Engine codN 
N 
N 

Engine CocN 
N 

V6 CYLINDN 


Y 

Y 
N 
N 
N 
N 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 
N 
N 

Y 

Y 

Y 
N 

Y 

Y 


MECANIQAN 

MECANIQfiN 

N 

N 

N 

N 

MECANIC/>N 

MECANIGfiN 

MECANIC/>N 

MECANON 

N 

N 

Electronic N 
position ofN 
position ofN 
N 

INTAKE/EN 
MECANON 


Battery(s) 


Battery(s) 

Battery(s) 

Battery(s) 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015577 




onv. 


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felv@s3d)iia6t/ekra BlbefltfifcriGl(laH T7i^Mrabcte£i^6aol^}tbrfi3efcmidatkm botobrtic6ti^n2^Dmfc£)ieca/dtiv±ih3aheQCKtiidEttdmnBaferdiasc3tTib 
tolled and hydraulically adjusted. 


1 Lithium lor 


266 5.00 37.0On-Board 


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EMENT 

ECHANICAL-HYDRAULIC 

ECHANICAL-HYDRAULIC 

EMENT 

EMENT 

ECHANICAL-HYDRAULIC 

ECHANICAL-HYDRAULIC 


klvSs&diiiast/eh/ra IftfibeflEferio^bH viriM^bcteEilgreead^ifi^ IsiiEferiiditi^bDmfcEte^thGto'r^^ 

valves only 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015578 




felvSsdcfiiiaBt/eb/rei Hkfibefleferis^laH T7iaJiH^bcteEi|^6a3t^r(ibtfis^^ krtitrtffiti^tiainfcEte^taGtenoaheQstiid^GoiEaferdBSDiiib 

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felvSsd(6iis5t/ebm IIkf>t>efItf<feri©1(laH T7iriiM^bcteEi^693l^itbrfi3efcm}dctk^ krioDbrttfti^bDmfcEte^taGtenoaheQsbd^mEaferdBscmib 


felv§3^4iBBt/ebi® HteflEferislfbH T/iaJiw^bcteEi^ea^rtbrfisefcmidaliam taiitriitfti^bDmfdLteE^tnsta 
ECHANICAL-HYDRAULIC 

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ECHANICAL-HYDRAULIC 

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ECHANICAL-HYDRAULIC 

aust valves on a single camshaft. No change in valve overlaps. 
E^H^MG^fflMQRAdfiguration is in the Bugatti Veyron and Grand Sport. 

DMRRQIINUOUSLY VVT 

DMRROIINUOUSLY VVT 

ECHANICAL-HYDRAULIC 

R<ALLHDCO(3TR(MJOUSLY VVT 

AMS 

AMS 

AMS 

onv. 

AMS 

onv. 

AMS 

AMS 

onv. 

AMS 

onv. 

controlled and hydraulically adjusted 
controlled and hydraulically adjusted 
controlled and hydraulically adjusted 


onv. 

onv. 


AMS 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015579 



AMS 

AMS 

onv. 


onv. 

AMS 

ND OUTLET CAMS 1 Lithium lor 220 5.00 

AMS 

AMS 

onv. 

onv. 


controlled and hydraulically adjusted 
controlled and hydraulically adjusted 


LICALLY AND CONTROLLED ELECTRONICALLY 
AMS 


1 NiMH 

288 

6.00 

Hlithium Ion 

381 

75.00 

Jthium Ion 

381 

75.00 


27.0On-Board 


21.50n-Board 

76.2 Off-Board 
76.2 Off-Board 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015580 






edcatoavBrd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 


ericatodvBrd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 


Electrical F Both Y 


1AC lnducti( 


edcHtobvBrd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015581 



edcateov§rd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 

edcatocn/Brd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 

edcatocrvBrd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 

edcatom/Brd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 

edcatobvBrd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 

ericatoavBrd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015582 



Electrical FBRAKE PECFront WheY 


1 Other 


Other BRAKE PECBoth N lOther 

Electrical F Front Whe Y 10ther 

Electrical F Front Whe*Y 10ther 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015583 



RRSlor GerRated MolFuel MeteiFuel MeteiFuel MeteiFuel MeteiFuel Cell 

1 VOff Board Camless ViOil Viscosi 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

CRD! 

Common F 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W30 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W30 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

h GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W30 VW 

CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W30 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

h GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W30 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit N 


N 

5W40 

GDI 

Spark ignit N 


N 

5W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W30 VW 

40 GDI 

Spark Ignit N 

N 

N 

5W40 VW 

CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W30 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W/30, VV 

GDI 

Spark ignit 


N 

5W/30, VV 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

10W60 VV\ 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

10W60 VV\ 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W/30, VV 

GDI 

Spark ignit 


N 

5W/30, VV 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

10W60 VW 

GDI 

Spark ignit 


N 

10W60 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W30 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W30 VW 

h GDI 

Spark ignit 


N 

5W30 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit N 


N 

5W40 

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06/20/2017 



2017-FFP_015584 




GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 

h 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W30 VW 

h 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W30 VW 

h 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W30 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit N 

N 

5W40 


GDI 

Spark Ignit N 

N 

5W40 

h 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W30 VW 


MFI 

MultipointN 

N 

5W30 VW 

h 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W30 VW 


MFI 

MultipointN 

N 

5W30 VW 

h 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W30 VW 


MFI 

MultipointN 

N 

5W30 VW 


MFI 

Multipoint 

N 

0W40 / VV 


MFI 

Multipoint 

N 

10W60 VW 


MFI 

Multipoint 

N 

5W30 VW 


MFI 

Multipoint 

N 

5W30 VW 


GDPI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W30 VW 


MFI 

Multipoint/* 

N 

5W30 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


CRDI 

Common F 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


CRDI 

Common F 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


CRDI 

Common F 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


CRDI 

Common F 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W-40 VW 


GDI 

Spark ignit 

N 

5W40 / VV 


GDI 

Spark ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


CRDI 

Common F 

N 

5W40 VW 


CRDI 

Common F 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 

VW FOIA, EPA 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

06/20/2017 

N 

5W40 VW 

2017-FFP_015585 





GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 



GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 



CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W40 VW 



MFI 

Multipoint 


N 

5W40 VW 



MFI 

Multipoint 


N 

5W40 VW 



CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W40 VW 



GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

3 PHASE PI 

28 

GDI 

Spark Ignit N 

N 

N 

5W40 VW 



GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 



GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 



CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W40 VW 



CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W40 VW 



GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 



GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 



GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 



CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W30 VW 



GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

3 PHASE Cl 

34 

GDI 

Spark Ignit N 

N 

N 

5W40 VW 

Synchron ! 

85 


N 

Y 



Syncbron ! 

85 


N 

Y 




VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015586 



Stop/StartStop/StartTrans in FEB-ans as I Model TypCharge Be Charge ® Charge SuiCharge SuiEPA Calcul 


N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SAuto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SAuto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(AV-SJAuto(AV-Si 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AV-SJAuto(AV-S;Audi A6 C\ 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) Audi A6 qu 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

\50700 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

^50700 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) Audi Q7 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

hi 50500 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

hi 50500 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

iyf 50500 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

h| 50500 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

[$0700 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

[$0700 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

[$0700 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015587 







N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

[§0700 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

[§0700 

No 

Auto(AM-SAuto(AM-5 

[§0700 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5TT Coupe c 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5TT Coupe c 

[§0700 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

[§0700 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

[§0700 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

/yW50500[\j o 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

[y( 50500 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

£0700 

Yes 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

£0700 

Yes 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

[§0700 

No 

Auto(AM-£Auto(AM-SVENENO 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manua!(M ManuaI(M 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015588 



N 

No 

ManuaI(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) Jetta Base 

N 

No 

Manual(M ManuaI(M 

N 

No 

Manual(M ManuaI(M 

N 

No 

ManuaI(M Manual(M 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(AM-SAuto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) Tiguan fror 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) Touareg 

N 

No 

Auto(A1) Auto(A1) 

N 

No 

Auto(A1) Auto(A1) 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015589 



Calculated Gas GE6Aatfeig](GHG Ratin#l Smog R#1 Mfr Sm#1 EPA SmSmartWay 


34.9 
48.3 

36.2 

34.3 

35.2 

35.4 

32.3 
33.1 

31.4 
32.3 

33.1 

36.9 
30.0 

28.1 
37.7 

27.9 

37.7 

28.8 
28.0 

36.9 
28.8 

27.6 
21.1 

31.2 
30.0 

29.5 

29.6 

27.2 

34.3 
34.0 
28.1 

23.1 

20.7 

17.2 

19.6 
17.0 

20.7 
17.2 

19.6 
17.0 

22.8 

22.6 
22.6 


7 FVGAV02.C 
8FVGAV02.C 
7 FVGAV02.C 
6FVGAV02.C 
7 FVGAV02.C 
7 FVGAV02.C 
6 FVGAJ02.0 
6FVGAV02.C 
6FVGAJ02.0 
6FVGAJ02.0 
6FVGAV02.C 
7FVGAV02.C 
5 FVGAV02.C 

5 FVGAJ03.0 

6 FVGAJ03.0 

5 FVGAJ03.0 

6 FVGAJ03.0 
5 FVGAV03.C 

5 FVGAV04.C 

6 FVGAJ03.0 
5 FVGAV03.C 

5 FVGAV04.C 
4FVGAV06.- 

6 FVGAJ02.0 
5FVGAV02.C 
5 FVGAV02.C 
5 FVGAJ02.0 
5 FVGAJ03.0 
5 FVGAJ03.0 
6FVGAT02.C 
4FVGAT03.C 
4FVGAT03.C 
4FVGAV04.: 
2FVGAV04.: 
3FVGAV05.: 
2FVGAV05.: 
4FVGAV04.: 
2FVGAV04.: 
3FVGAV05.: 
2FVGAV05.: 
4FVGAV04.: 
4FVGAV04.: 
4FVGAV04.C 


33.2 


6FVGAV02.C 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015590 












26.9 

23.5 

26.9 
23.5 

26.4 

25.4 

25.4 
25.0 

24.9 
33.3 

33.3 

23.7 

19.5 

21.9 

18.3 

21.9 

18.3 

15.9 

12.6 

16.4 

14.6 

20.0 

15.8 
37.0 

35.9 

33.9 

46.6 
33.1 

46.4 

35.9 

33.3 

45.8 

33.1 

45.3 

32.2 

31.4 

24.8 

32.4 

38.9 

39.3 

48.3 
48.2 

35.9 
35.8 

39.4 


5 5 FVGAJ03.0 5 

5 5 FVGAJ03.0 5 

5 5 FVGAJ03.0 5 

5 5 FVGAJ03.0 5 

5 5 FVGAJ03.0 5 

5 5 FVGAV04.C 5 

5 5FVGAV04.C 5 

5 5FVGAV04.C 5 

4 4FVGAJ03.0 5 

6 6FVGAV02.C 5 

6 6FVGAV02.C 5 

4 4FVGAV04.C 5 

3 3 FVGAV06.C 5 

4 4FVGAV04.C 5 

3 3 FVGAV06.C 5 

4 4FVGAV04.C 5 

3 3 FVGAV06.C 5 

1 1FVGAV06.S 5 

1 1FVGAV08.C 5 

1 1FVGAV06.! 5 

1 1FVGAV06.!: 5 

3 3FVGAV05.: 5 

1 1FVGAV06. 5 

7 7FVGAV02.C 7 

7 7FVGAV02.C 7 

6 6FVGAV02.C 7 

8 7FVGAV02.C 5 

6 6FVGAV02.C 7 

8 7FVGAV02.C 5 

7 7FVGAV02.C 7 

6 6FVGAV02.C 7 

8 7FVGAV02.C 5 

6 6FVGAV02.C 7 

8 7FVGAV02.C 5 

6 6 FVGAJ02.0 5 

6 6 FVGAJ02.0 5 

5 5FVGAV03.C 5 

6 6FVGAV02.C 5 

7 7FVGAV02.C 9 

7 7FVGAV02.C 9 

8 8FVGAV02.C 5 

8 8FVGAV02.C 5 

7 7FVGAV02.C 9 

7 7FVGAV02.C 9 

7 7 FVGAV02.C 7 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015591 


38.4 

34.8 

49.2 

34.9 

35.9 

48.7 
34.0 

60.8 

37.7 

37.3 

46.2 

46.9 

28.5 

29.7 

29.6 
29.6 
25.0 

28.2 



7 

7 FVGAV02.C 

7 

7 

7 FVGAV02.C 

7 

8 

8FVGAV02.C 

5 

6 

6FVGAV02.C 

5 

7 

7 FVGAV02.C 

5 

8 

8FVGAV02.C 

5 

6 

6FVGAV02.C 

7 

10 

10 FVGAVOl.^ 

7 

7 

7FVGAV02.C 

7 

7 

7FVGAV02.C 

7 

8 

7FVGAV02.C 

5 

8 

7 FVGAV02.C 

5 

5 

5 FVGAV03.( 

5 

5 

5 FVGAJ02.0 

5 

5 

5 FVGAJ02.0 

5 

5 

5 FVGAT03.C 

5 

4 

4FVGAT03.6 

5 

5 

5 FVGAT03.C 

5 

10 

10FVGAV00. 

10 

10 

10FVGAV00. 

10 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015592 





Smog R#3 Mfr Srm#3 EPA SmSmartWay 


g R#4 Mfr Sim 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015593 




FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 7 

FVGAV02.C 7 

FVGAV02.C 5 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015594 



FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015595 



C02 FComb C02C02- VoluiC02- VoluiC02-Vol In 


500 


379 

267 

328 

3250 


326 

236 

285 

750 


362 

256 

314 

0 


379 

280 

334 

500 


366 

271 

323 

500 


374 

280 

332 


500 

415 

295 

361 

0 


398 

277 

343 


1000 

424 

303 

370 


500 

415 

295 

361 

0 


398 

277 

343 

750 


360 

272 

320 


1500 

452 

306 

386 


2000 

482 

326 

412 

1250 


416 

267 

349 


2500 

493 

321 

416 

1250 


416 

267 

349 


2000 

473 

303 

397 


2000 

484 

299 

401 

1000 


426 

280 

360 


2000 

473 

303 

397 


2000 

492 

310 

410 


5750 

640 

403 

534 


1000 

420 

317 

373 


1500 

451 

313 

389 


1500 

446 

316 

387 


1500 

452 

322 

393 


2500 

496 

347 

429 

500 


430 

328 

385 

0 


369 

298 

337 


1750 

541 

369 

464 


4750 

570 

409 

498 


5750 

656 

394 

538 


9250 

772 

439 

622 


6750 

686 

400 

557 


9250 

753 

454 

618 


5750 

656 

394 

538 


9250 

772 

439 

622 


6750 

686 

400 

557 


9250 

753 

454 

618 


4750 

562 

379 

480 


4750 

558 

398 

486 


4750 

614 

355 

497 

0 


381 

289 

340 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015596 














2500 

488 

321 

413 


3250 

519 

341 

439 


2500 

488 

321 

413 


3250 

519 

341 

439 


2500 

500 

341 

428 


3250 

531 

330 

441 


3250 

531 

330 

441 


3250 

534 

331 

442 


4000 

528 

373 

458 

0 


395 

284 

345 

0 


395 

284 

345 


4000 

580 

347 

475 


8000 

710 

421 

580 


5750 

638 

370 

517 


8000 

736 

443 

604 


5750 

638 

370 

517 


8000 

736 

443 

604 


11000 

840 

501 

688 


17500 

1050 

599 

847 


11000 

836 

481 

676 


12750 

902 

547 

742 


6750 

629 

441 

544 


11000 

831 

523 

692 

1500 


357 

270 

318 

1250 


372 

270 

326 

0 


377 

302 

343 

2750 


332 

251 

295 

0 


393 

292 

347 

2750 


333 

251 

296 

1250 


369 

274 

326 


500 

392 

314 

357 

2750 


335 

256 

300 

0 


393 

292 

347 

2750 


344 

254 

303 


500 

402 

284 

349 


500 

428 

278 

361 


3250 

523 

351 

446 


500 

405 

292 

354 

2000 


352 

247 

305 

2250 


350 

240 

300 

3250 


326 

236 

285 

3250 


334 

227 

286 

750 


358 

271 

319 

750 


355 

258 

311 

2250 


347 

238 

298 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015597 



2000 


351 

239 

301 

500 


379 

281 

334 

3250 


324 

228 

281 

1000 


395 

265 

337 

1500 


357 

259 

313 

3250 


332 

223 

283 

0 


389 

274 

338 

4750 


212 

185 

200 

1500 


363 

247 

311 

1500 


366 

251 

314 

2750 


344 

243 

298 

3000 


341 

234 

293 


1500 

449 

319 

390 


1500 

431 

344 

392 


1500 

435 

344 

394 


1250 

517 

351 

442 


4000 

520 

391 

462 

gggMgM 

2500 

447 

372 

413 



0 

0 

0 

825Q 


0 

0 

0 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015598 





309.0 

247.7 

289.0 

305.0 

294.0 

292.0 

327.0 

321.2 

335.0 

327.0 

321.2 
282.0 
358.0 

383.5 
331.0 
385.0 
331.0 

376.5 
391.0 
339.0 

376.5 
396.0 
515.0 
331.0 

357.5 
357.0 
358.0 
390.0 
348.0 
380.0 
446.0 
458.0 

540.6 

651.3 
577.0 

646.3 

540.6 

651.3 
577.0 

646.3 
466.0 
463.0 

499.5 
311.0 


191.0 

165.1 

188.0 

200.0 

198.0 

199.0 

210.0 

202.4 

216.0 

210.0 

202.4 
189.0 
219.0 
233.0 
194.0 
236.0 
194.0 
225.0 
224.0 
198.0 
225.0 
226.0 
310.0 
226.0 
223.0 
230.0 
230.0 
251.0 
231.0 
223.0 
260.0 
295.0 

299.8 

362.7 

309.4 

377.5 

299.8 

362.7 

309.4 

377.5 
296.0 
307.0 

269.5 
214.0 


255.9 

210.5 

243.6 

257.8 

250.8 

250.2 

274.4 

267.7 

281.4 

274.4 

267.7 

240.2 

295.4 

315.8 

269.4 
318.0 

269.4 

308.3 

315.9 

275.6 

308.3 

319.5 

422.8 

283.8 
297.0 

299.9 

300.4 

327.4 

295.4 

309.4 

362.3 

384.6 

432.3 

521.4 

456.6 

525.3 

432.3 

521.4 

456.6 

525.3 

389.5 

392.8 
396.0 

267.4 


378.7 

325.6 

362.1 

378.6 
366.0 

373.7 
415.0 
398.0 

424.4 
415.0 
398.0 
360.0 
452.0 

481.7 

415.7 

492.9 

415.7 

473.4 

483.9 

425.6 

473.4 

492.3 

640.3 

419.7 
451.0 

445.6 

451.6 
496.0 

430.5 
369.0 
541.0 

569.6 

656.3 

771.6 

685.6 

753.1 

656.3 

771.6 

685.6 

753.1 
562.0 
558.0 

613.8 

381.4 


267.1 

236.3 

255.5 

280.1 
271.0 

280.2 
295.0 

276.6 

303.1 
295.0 

276.6 
272.0 
306.0 
326.0 

267.3 

320.9 

267.3 

302.9 
299.0 

280.1 

302.9 

309.7 

403.3 

316.6 

312.5 

315.7 

321.9 
347.0 

328.5 
298.0 
369.0 

409.5 

394.3 

439.1 

400.2 
454.0 

394.3 

439.1 

400.2 
454.0 
379.0 
398.0 

354.8 

289.2 


328.5 

285.4 

314.1 

334.3 

323.2 

331.6 
361.0 

343.4 

369.8 
361.0 

343.4 

320.4 

386.3 

411.6 

348.9 

415.6 

348.9 

396.7 

400.7 

360.1 

396.7 

410.1 

533.6 

373.3 

388.7 

387.1 

393.2 
429.0 

384.6 
337.0 

463.6 

497.6 

538.4 
622.0 

557.2 

618.5 

538.4 
622.0 

557.2 

618.5 

479.6 
486.0 

497.3 

339.9 


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396.0 

248.0 

329.4 

488.0 

321.0 

443.0 

266.0 

363.4 

519.0 

341.0 

396.0 

248.0 

329.4 

488.0 

321.0 

443.0 

266.0 

363.4 

519.0 

341.0 

401.0 

256.0 

335.8 

500.0 

341.0 

427.7 

252.5 

348.9 

530.7 

330.5 

427.7 

252.5 

348.9 

530.7 

330.5 

444.0 

243.0 

353.6 

534.0 

330.6 

427.0 

269.0 

355.9 

528.0 

372.7 

312.7 

210.3 

266.6 

395.4 

284.3 

312.7 

210.3 

266.6 

395.4 

284.3 

462.0 

263.0 

372.4 

580.0 

347.0 

576.0 

314.0 

458.1 

709.5 

420.8 

511.0 

278.0 

406.2 

638.3 

369.6 

617.0 

333.0 

489.2 

736.3 

442.9 

511.0 

278.0 

406.2 

638.3 

369.6 

617.0 

333.0 

489.2 

736.3 

442.9 

690.0 

408.0 

563.1 

840.4 

501.0 

885.0 

495.0 

709.5 

1050.0 

599.0 

705.0 

353.0 

546.6 

836.0 

481.0 

771.0 

418.0 

612.2 

902.0 

547.0 

524.0 

346.0 

443.9 

628.6 

441.0 

708.0 

392.0 

565.8 

831.0 

523.0 

277.9 

191.7 

239.1 

357.0 

270.4 

290.3 

191.7 

245.9 

371.7 

270.4 

306.6 

211.2 

263.7 

377.1 

302.3 

253.0 

176.0 

218.4 

331.8 

251.0 

322.0 

206.1 

269.8 

392.7 

291.6 

254.0 

176.0 

218.9 

333.0 

251.0 

287.7 

194.3 

245.7 

368.6 

273.9 

308.8 

219.0 

268.4 

392.5 

313.5 

256.0 

180.0 

221.8 

335.4 

256.4 

322.0 

206.1 

269.8 

392.7 

291.6 

263.0 

178.0 

224.8 

343.6 

253.7 

327.7 

209.1 

274.3 

402.3 

284.1 

347.4 

204.8 

283.2 

428.4 

278.4 

434.0 

265.0 

358.0 

523.0 

351.0 

321.0 

213.0 

272.4 

404.7 

291.7 

274.0 

174.0 

229.0 

352.4 

246.5 

272.0 

169.0 

225.6 

350.1 

239.8 

247.7 

165.1 

210.5 

325.6 

236.3 

255.0 

158.0 

211.4 

334.2 

226.8 

288.0 

195.0 

246.2 

358.0 

270.7 

294.0 

191.0 

247.7 

354.6 

257.9 

269.6 

168.0 

223.9 

347.2 

238.5 


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412.8 

438.9 

412.8 

438.9 

428.4 

440.6 

440.6 

442.5 

458.1 

345.4 

345.4 

475.2 

579.6 

517.4 

604.3 

517.4 

604.3 

687.7 
847.0 

676.2 

742.2 

544.2 

692.4 
318.0 

326.1 

343.4 

295.4 

347.2 

296.1 
326.0 
357.0 

299.8 

347.2 

303.2 

349.2 

360.9 

445.6 

353.9 

304.7 

300.5 

285.4 

285.9 

318.7 

311.1 

298.3 


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272.8 

168.4 

225.8 

351.0 

239.0 

300.6 


302.4 

201.2 

256.9 

378.6 

280.6 

334.5 


246.0 

159.0 

206.8 

323.6 

228.1 

280.6 


310.0 

188.0 

255.1 

394.9 

265.4 

336.6 


302.0 

179.0 

246.6 

356.6 

259.3 

312.8 


253.0 

155.0 

208.9 

331.8 

222.7 

282.7 


316.2 

198.2 

263.1 

389.2 

274.4 

337.5 


155.0 

136.0 

146.4 

211.9 

184.8 

199.7 


283.0 

174.7 

234.3 

363.0 

247.5 

311.0 


285.3 

177.3 

236.7 

365.8 

251.0 

314.1 


263.0 

170.0 

221.2 

343.6 

242.9 

298.3 


261.0 

163.0 

217.0 

341.3 

233.5 

292.8 


372.0 

238.0 

311.7 

449.0 

319.0 

390.5 


340.8 

246.4 

298.3 

431.3 

344.0 

392.0 


343.9 

246.4 

300.0 

435.0 

344.0 

394.0 


422.0 

248.0 

343.7 

517.0 

351.0 

442.3 


416.0 

281.0 

355.2 

520.1 

390.6 

461.8 


354.0 

267.0 

314.8 

446.9 

371.8 

413.1 


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0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

4.0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

4.0 


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N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

4.2 

4.2 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

3.4 

3.4 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

3.4 

3.4 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

4.2 

4.2 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

7.1 

7.1 

N 

6.2 

6.2 

N 

7.1 

7.1 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

7.1 

7.1 

N 

6.2 

6.2 

N 

7.1 

7.1 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

3.8 

3.8 


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N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

5.3 

5.3 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

5.3 

5.3 

N 

6.7 

6.7 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

6.7 

6.7 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

6.7 

6.7 

N 

7.7 

7.7 

N 

10.0 

10.0 

N 

7.7 

7.7 

N 

8.3 

8.3 

N 

6.2 

6.2 

N 

7.7 

7.7 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

3.4 

3.4 

N 

3.3 

3.3 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.3 

3.3 


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N 

3.4 

3.4 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

2.2 

2.2 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

5.3 

5.3 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

29.0 

OJ 

■gJII 

N 


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Derived 5-cycle MPG Calculations For Electric Vehicles 


Please Enter: 

Model Year: 
Manufacturer Name: 
Model Name 
Test Date: 


2015 

X. XX. XX XX. 

yyyyyyyy 

xx/yy/2014 


Values in Yellow fill are used on FE Labels (window stickers) 


I. Calculate Electric vehicle FE Label city, Hwy, Combined FE values using the 2008 (derived 5-cycle} method and the 30% cap method: 


Enter unadjusted unrounded kW-hr/IOOmi Values (in red text blocks) as determined from SAE J1634: 


2008 FE Label method (Derived 5-cycle) 


City Highway Combined 

Calculated 

(round mpg (round mpg tounadjusted 
toO.Impg) O.lmpg) combined Units 


Elect veh FE unrounded kW-hr/100 mi 
Elect veh FE converted to mpg 


19.3900 

173.8 


25.3000 22.0495kW-hr/100 mi 

133.2 152.8366 mpg 


Derived 5- Derived 5- Adjusted 
cycle City cycle Hwy Combined Units 


Calculate derived 5-cycle mpg: 

99.5 

87.1 

93.5 mpg 

convert back to kW-hr/100 mi: 

33.9 

38.7 

36.0kW-hr/100 mi Derived 5-cycle 

Percent adjustment mpg: 

42.8% 

34.6% 

38.8% percent 

MPG w/ 30% Cap 

121.7 

93.2 

106.9856 MPGe with 30 % Cap 

convert back to kW-hr/100 mi: 

2014 Label Values: 

27.7043 

36.1486 

31.5042kW-hr/100 mi w/30 % Cap 

31.5 


Rounded MPG w/30% cap: 
Rounded kW=hr/100 mi: 


iH tS 

107 

28 36 



II. Calculate Electric vehicle driving ranges using the unadjusted SAE J1634 method and the 2008 (derived 5-cycle) method: 

Enter unadjusted City & Hwy Range Values in miles (in red text blocks) as determined from SAE J1634: 





Combined 

Rounded 




Citv Ranae Hwv 

Ranae 

Ranae 

Ranae 

Units 

Method: 

Calculate unadjusted driving range: 

111.293 

89.42 

101.4502 

101 

miles 

Unadjusted (SAE J1634) 

Calculate adjusted driving range (2008 method, No Cap): 

63.7 

58.5 

62.0636 

62 

miles 

2008 (derived 5-cycle, mpg-based, No Cap) 

Calculate adjusted driving range (2008 method, 30% Cap) 

77.9 

62.6 

71.0151 

71 

miles 

2008 (derived 5-cycle, mpg-based, 30% Cap) 


2008 MPG Factors: 


III. Calculate Electric vehicle annual fuel cost and 5-year savings, per 40 CFR 600.311-12(e) 


ref. 40 CFR 600.210-08 

City Intercept: 0.00326 

City Slope: 1.1805 

Hwy Intercept: 0.00138 

Hwy Slope: 1.3466 


Enter Average 2015 5-year Fuel Cost: 
Enter U.S. electricity costs: 

(from CD-13-14 for 2015) 

Calculate unrounded adjusted combined miles/kw-hr: 


$ 11,000 

$0.12 per kw-hr 

3.17418mi/kw-hr 


Petroleum Equivalency Factor 
for electricity; ref 10 CFR 474.3 

33,705 watt-hr/gal I on w/o 6.667 CAFE incentive 

no fuel fired accessories 


Unrounded 


Annual Miles 

Cost 

Units 

Annual Fuel Cost* 

Method 

15,000 

$0.12 

per kw-hr 

$643.00 

2008 (derived 5-cycle, mpg-based, No Cap) 

15,000 

$0.12 

per kw-hr 

$ 567.08 

1 2008 (derived 5-cycle, mpg-based, 30% Cap) 


*Note: Annual fuel costs should be ASTM rounded to the nearest $50. 


2015 Label 2015 Label 


Rounded 

5-year 

Annual 

Amount 

Fuel Cost 

You Save: 

$650.00 


$7,750 

5550,00 


$8,250 


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Tesla confirms a Certified Previously-Owned (CPO) 
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w" _ Historically, auto dealerships have made 

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2014 NVFEL Vehicle Technology Showcase (Thursday, Oct. 9 th ) 


Key Components: 

- Industry displays (FE and GHG emissions technology); 

- Keynote remarks and release of CO 2 Emissions and Fuel Economy 
Trends Report, 

- Expert Panel Discussion (theme ties to trends evidenced in the report); 


Key Messages: 

- Consistent with President’s Climate Action Plan 

- Positive Trends 

- Our work inspires the innovative technologies on display 


Strategic Goals: 

- NVFEL Outreach; 

- Demonstrate progress towards meeting the 2017-2025 GHG Regulations; 

- Steady year-to-year improvement: 

o Executives on panel (Mazda, Tesla); 
o Assistant administrator delivering keynote remarks; 
o Increased number of external displays (14 vs 10 in 2012); 
o Increased number of EPA displays 


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Schedule: 

1:00 P.M. to 1:10 P.M.: Welcome—David Haugen 

1:10 P.M. to 2:15 P.M.: Technology Displays 

2:15 P.M. to 2:40 P.M.: Opening Remarks—Chris Grundler 

Keynote Remarks—Janet McCabe 

2:40 P.M. to 3:00 P.M.: 2014 Trends Report Overview—Aaron Hula 
3:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.: Panel Discussion—Mike Olechiw, Moderator 


Displays: 


American Honda Motor Co., Inc. 
BMW of North America 
EPA: 


Diesel Technology Forum 
Ford Motor Corporation 
General Motors Corporation 
JATCO USA, Inc. 

Mazda North American Operations 


— Accord Hybrid i-MMD 

— i8 EV 

— Climate Change 

— Interactive Green Vehicle Guide 

— Hot/Cold Temperature Test Sites 

— SmartWay 

— Clean Diesel technology information panels 

— 2015 Aluminum F-150 

— 2015 Impala with Start-Stop 

— CVT cutaway 

— SkyAktiv engine cutaway 


Mercedes-Benz Research and Development NA — PHEV S-Class 


Mitsubishi Motors 
Nissan North America, Inc. 
Robert Bosch LLC 


Tesla Motors, Inc. 
Valeo 


— PHEV 

— Altima FE 

— Clean Diesel, Stop-Start, Thermal Mgmt. 
Power Electronics, Brushless Tech. 

— Model S and Supercharger 

— Electric supercharger; CAC; LP EGR 


Volkswagen Group of America 


— eGolf, TBD vehicle 


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Attendees: 

As of Oct. 3 rd , 140 registered from above manufacturers plus the following: 
AJW, Inc. 

Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers 
Allison Transmission 
Argonne National Laboratory 
AVL 

Bosal Emission Control Systems 

Center for Automotive Research 

Chrysler 

ControlT ec 

DENSO 

Detroit Diesel 

DOT 

Eberspaecher 

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago 

Horiba 

Isuzu 

Johnson Matthey, Inc. 

Kaiser Aluminum 

MECA 

MEMA 

Navigant 

NGK 

Ricardo 

SAE International 

SwRI 

Subaru 

Toyota 

Umicore 

University of Michigan Energy Institute 

Media: 

AOL 

Automotive News 
Forbes 

NHK Broadcasting 
TBD 


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Discussion Panel: 


Theme : Progress in GHG Emissions and Fuel Economy through Powertrain Technologies; 
Panelists : 

Mike Olechiw (Moderator) 

James Chen, VP of Regulatory Affairs & Associate General Counsel, Tesla Motors, Inc. 
John German, Senior Fellow, ICCT 

Mitsuo Hitom/, Managing Executive Officer, Global Powertrain Development, Mazda 
Motor Corporation 

Paul Nahra, Senior Technical Specialist, Borg Warner Inc. 

Oliver Schmidt, General Manager, Engineering and Environmental Office, Volkswagen 
Group of America 

Luke Tonachel, Director for Vehicles and Fuels, NRDC 


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2014 EPA Vehicle Technology Showcase 

October 9, 2014 

Panel Questions 


1. What role does your company or organization play in advancing powertrain technologies 
to reduce greenhouse gases from light-duty vehicles within the light-duty greenhouse gas arena 
and why is it your role important? 

a. Each company/organization rep should then explain who they are, where they are 
from, and their perspective. 

b. Cl} dMe per panel member 

2. How do you expect the evolving light-duty vehicle fleet to change affect powertrain 
selections between now and 2025 MY? (For example: car/truck mix, powertrain configurations 
performance demands, vehicle size, etc...) 

IL Possible follow-ups: 

a. There are a number of engine strategies being proposed by different companies. 
These include, turbo charging and downsizing, cylinder deactivation, high 
compression ratio configurations, Diesel, Atkinson, “e-turbos” etc, Do you think 
that this diversity of choice will remain, or do you think that one or two will 
become predominant? 

b. Similar to engines, there seems to be a race to top gear on transmissions. Does 
your company see transmissions stabilizing at 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, or more or CVTs? Or 
perhaps some other technology? 

c. Until recently, a typical engine design cycle may have been 7 years plus, 
compared to a vehicle design cycle of 5-6 years. As vehicle design cycles seem 
to be shrinking to 4-5 years, is your company finding that engine design cycles 
are also dropping? Are there opportunities for more innovation as a result? 

3. (OE/Supplier Specific) - What are the primary factors that contribute to or drive your 
company’s decisions regarding powertrain product planning and R&D expenditures? 

a. NGO’s - if you could guide vehicle manufacturer’s product plans, what would 

you recommend? 

4. (NGO Specific) - There is a lot of work being done in the transportation sector regarding 
alternative models for vehicle usage and ownership, emerging technologies, driver demographics 
and changes in personal travel in general 1 . How do you see these changes melding with the 
current solutions for personal transportation, or replacing them, and why? (OE’s/Suppliers) Do 
you agree or disagree with vision of future transportation? Why or why not? 

1 Alternative fomis of transportation include: Autonomous Vehicles, Zipcar, etc. 


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06/20/2017 


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To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

From: Automotive News 

Sent: Mon 10/6/2014 8:30:25 PM 

Subject: DAILY: GM fund for faulty switches draws 1,130 claims | Tesla set to join automated-driving 
race | Peugeot plots U.S. comeback | Caddy's new boss: 'Don't mess with me' | NHTSA probes Ford 
sedans 


Today's most read story 




1130 

1:00 pm U.S. ET | Oct 6 

The number of claims of injury and death linked to a 
faulty ignition switch in GM cars rose 30 percent last 
week to 1,130, according to a report on Monday from 
the lawyer overseeing a program set up to compensate 
accident victims.... » READ 



driving race 

7:28 am U.S. ET | Oct 6 

Tesla Motors will make its first foray toward automated 
driving, joining luxury rivals in offering high-tech 
features, including one that can keep the car in its lane, 
said a person familiar with the carmaker's plans.... 


» READ 



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Peugeot plots U.S. re-entry under 
PS brand 

12:01 am U.S, ET | Oct 4 

PSA Peugeot Citroen could re-enter the United States 
early in the next decade with its DS premium brand.... 

» READ 



Cadillac, American Airlines partner 
to offer travel perks, test drives 

4:05 pm U.S. ET | Oct 6 

Cadillac and American Airlines are teaming up to offer 
travel benefits to the airline’s frequent fliers and 
encourage test drives of the luxury brand’s lineup 
through a new marketing partnership.... » READ 



De Nysschen: 'Don't mess with 
me* 


12:01 am U.S. ET | Oct 6 

Cadillac's new global chief used a long and, at times, 
cutting Facebook post to punch back at critics of his 
plans.... » READ 



MOST READ (Last 7 days) 

Buffett to buy Van Tuvl Group, 
create Berkshire Hathaway 
Autombtive 


GM, Nissan, Chrysler gains propel 
market to 9% increase 


Jeep ponders switch to aluminum for 
next Wrangler body, Marchionne 
says 


Honda CR-V gets a sportier, more 
upscale look for 2015 


GM halts 2015 Chew Colorado, GMC 
Canyon deliveries to fix airbag flaw 


COLUMNS 

EDWARD NIEDERMEYER 

Dissecting what it means when 
Buffett grabs the wheel 

11:27 am U.S. ET 1 Oct 4 

Wherever Warren Buffett goes, investors follow. 
But for anyone who thinks now is the best time to 
buy into car dealerships, a quick reality check 

may be in order. ... » READ 



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U.S. regulators probe steering in 
estimated 938,000 Ford vehicles 


10:30 a in U.S. ET I Oct 6 





Fiat needs more than the 500 to 
revive core brand 

6:49 am U.S. ET 1 Oct 5 


Average new-car mpg drops most 
in nearly 3 years 

1:52 pm U.S. ET ( Oct 6 


Van Tuvl founder was *excited' 
about Buffett talks 


12:01 am U.S. ET I Oct 4 




GM issues 3 


recalls covering 


more than 57,000 vehicles 


2:12 pm U.S. ET | Oct 4 



UAW forms new local to recruit 
Mercedes workers in Alabama 

UPDATED: 10/3/14 9:18 PM ET - adds details 
5:44 pm U.S. ET | Oct 3 



Chrysler recalls 31,497 Ram 
ProMaster vans to fix head 
restraints 


9:46 am U.S. ET 1 Oct 6 


Mexico auto output, exports rise in 
September 


11:35 am U.S. ET I Oct 6 


Tesla battery factory near Reno is 
bet Nevada will see new gold rush 

12:01 am U.S. ET I Oct 4 




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Bugatti is shielded from VW cost 


reductions as it works on Vevron 
successor 

4:31 am U.S. ET I Oct 5 



Japanese automakers idle domestic 
plants as typhoon strikes 

UPDATED: 10/6/14 2:38 pm ET 
11:35 am U.S. ET | Oct 5 



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06/20/2017 


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Automotive News | 1155 Gratiot Ave., Detroit, Michigan, 48207 


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06/20/2017 


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From: Wehrly, Line 

Required Attendees: Fernandez, Antonio; Ott, William; Wright, DavidA; Snyder, Jim; 

Bunker, Byron; Dalton, Joel;! Ex' / j(EEO); Olechiw, Michael; Nam, Ed; Ball, Joel; 
Pidgeon, Bill 

Optional Attendees: Darrell Sonntag (Sonntag.Darrell@epa.gov); Warila, James 

Location: AA-Room-Office-N95-ConfRoom-AAOTAQ-Office 


Importance: Normal 

Subject: Discussion of diesel vehicle off-cycle emissions with VW 
Start Date/Time: Mon 10/20/2014 2:00:00 PM 


End Date/Time: Mon 10/20/2014 3:00:00 PM 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015629 






From: Wehrly, Line 


Required Attendees: Bunker, Byron; Snyder, Jim; Bail, Joel; Wright, DavidA; Ott, 


William; Pidqeon, Bill; Dalton, Joel; Olechiw, Michael; Fernandez, Antonio; Nam, Ed; 

Ex'.'7 


Ex. 7 


Location: AA-Room-Office-N95-ConfRoom-AAOTAQ-Office 


Importance: Normal 

Subject: Discussion of diesel vehicle off-cycle emissions with VW 
Start Date/Time: Mon 10/20/2014 2:00:00 PM 


End Date/Time: Mon 10/20/2014 3:00:00 PM 


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06/20/2017 


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From: Wehrly, Line 

Required Attendees: 


Bunker, Byron; Snyder, Jim; Bail, Joel; Wright, DavidA; Ott, 


William; Pidgeon, Bill; Dalton, Joel; Olechiw, Michael; Fernandez, Antonio; Nam, Ed; 
LJxT](EEO) 


Ex. 7 


Location: AA-Room-Office-N95-ConfRoom-AAOTAQ-Office 

Importance: Normal 

Subject: Discussion of diesel vehicle off-cycle emissions with VW 
Start Date/Time: Mon 10/20/2014 2:00:00 PM 

End Date/Time: Mon 10/20/2014 3:00:00 PM 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015631 






From: Wehrly, Line 

Required Attendees: Bunker, Byron; Snyder, Jim; Bail, Joel; Wright, DavidA; Ott, 

William; Pidgeon, Bill; Dalton, Joel; Olechiw, Michael; Fernandez, Antonio; Nam, Ed;!" Ex. 7’"] 
rixTj(EEO) " 

Location: AA-Room-Office-N95-ConfRoom-AAOTAQ-Office 

Importance: Normal 

Subject: Discussion of diesel vehicle off-cycle emissions with VW 
Start Date/Time: Mon 10/20/2014 2:00:00 PM 

End Date/Time: Mon 10/20/2014 3:00:00 PM 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015632 







From: Wehrly, Line 

Required Attendees: Bunker, Byron; Snyder, Jim; Bail, Joel; Wright, DavidA; Ott, 

William; Pidgeon, Bill; Dalton, Joel; Olechiw, Michael; Fernandez, Antonio; Nam, Ed; [""'ex'T""] 
LirrjEEO) 

Location: AA-Room-Office-N95-ConfRoom-AAOTAQ-Office 

Importance: Normal 

Subject: Discussion of diesel vehicle off-cycle emissions with VW 
Start Date/Time: Mon 10/20/2014 2:00:00 PM 

End Date/Time: Mon 10/20/2014 3:00:00 PM 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015633 







To: Peavyhouse, Robert[Peavyhouse.Robert@epa.gov] 

Cc: Good, David[good.david@epa.gov]; Thomas, Richard (EEO)[Richard.Thomas@vw.com] 

From: Ross Gatzke 

Sent: Mon 10/6/2014 8:46:45 PM 

Subject: Re: Finalizing 2012 Porsche GHG 

Bob, 

I have set the final status to YES for MY 2012. 

Ross Gatzke 

Senior Engineer, Regulatory Affairs 
Porsche Cars North America 
Ross.Gatzke@porsche.us 
Tel: 770-290-3516 
Fax: 678-225-6580 


From: "Peavyhouse, Robert" <Peavyhouse.Robert@epa.gov> 

To: Ross Gatzke <Ross.Gatzke@porsche.us> 

Cc: "Thomas, Richard (EEO)" <Richard.Thomas@vw.com>, "Good, David" 

<good.david@epa.gov> 

Date: 10/06/2014 02:08 PM 

Subject: Finalizing 2012 Porsche GHG 


Ross, 

Your 2012 CAFE production volumes have been removed from the Porsche 
CAFE/GHG submission and added to the Volkswagen submission. 

Richard has already submitted the combined Volkswagen/Porsche CAFE 
submission, and we have issued the official EPA letter(s) for this 
submission. 

Your Porsche GHG only calculation results are exactly the same as they were 
prior to removing the CAFE portion. 

We are still waiting on you to set your manufacturer final status to yes so 
that we can finalize the Porsche 2012 GHG submission. 

Please let me know when you have finalized this data submission. 

Robert Peavyhouse 
Compliance Division 
U.S. EPA-OTAQ 
Phone:(734)214-4814 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015634 



To: Thomas, Richard (EEO)[RichardThomas@vw.com] 

Cc: Giles, Michael (EEO)[michael.giles@vw.com] 

From: Good, David 

Sent: Tue 10/7/2014 3:24:58 PM 

Subject: RE: 2015 FE Guide - Data in Verify as of Oct 2, 2014 - including the eGolf 

VW Group 2015 FEGuide-all rel dates-no-sales-10-2-2014.xlsx 


Richard, 


I’m sorry—the fuel cost error statements in the dataset are incorrect. 


The EPA EV calculator calculates annual fuel cost correctly. I didn’t have the calculator results 
when I sent you the dataset errors. The macro’s calculations of $500 annual fuel cost and $8500 
5-year savings are wrong. 


The spreadsheet calculations are based on the equation in 600.31 l-12(e). In that equation, it 
doesn’t make sense to round miles per kW-hr—so that’s why the calculator used the unrounded 
value. 


So the values you input into Verify were correct ($550 annual fuel cost and $8250 for the 5-year 
savings). 


Dave 


From: Thomas, Richard (EEO) [mailto:Richard.Thomas@vw.com] 

Sent: Monday, October 06, 2014 8:27 AM 

To: Good, David 

Cc: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Subject: RE: 2015 FE Guide - Data in Verify as of Oct 2, 2014 - including the eGolf 


Hi Dave; 


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06/20/2017 


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I assume you are not in today but back on Tuesday. This is what I found, I used the same EPA 
EV calculator that you sent again and found that the calculator does not use a rounded combined 
kW-hr/100 mi number but rather an unrounded value of 29.2205 which then multiplied by the 
15,000 miles and times the 0.12 cents gives a value of 525.9690 which then rounds to the $550 
value I entered into verify. If I use a rounded value of 29 kW-hr/100 mi I get your $500 annual 
fuel cost value. It appears that Verify uses a rounded value. I also noticed that the unrounded 
fuel cost number in the calculator takes the unrounded adjusted combine value in miles per kW- 
hr and not the 29 rounded kW-hr/100 mi value. So maybe the calculator needs to be undated to 
use the rounded combined kW-hr/100 mile value in the annual fuel cost calculation. What do 
you think? 


Thanks, 

Richard 


From: Good, David f mailto:qood.david@epa.qovl 

Sent: Friday, October 03, 2014 3:50 PM 
To: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Subject: 2015 FE Guide - Data in Verify as of Oct 2, 2014 - including the eGolf 


Richard, 


Our macro picked up a few errors for the eGolf. 


I couldn’t double check your values since I don’t have your spreadsheet calculator for the eGolf 
(and I didn’t bother to look in Verify for the test data). I’ll attach a generic EV spreadsheet for 
your convenience (although I think I’ve sent it to you before). 


I get $500 for the annual fuel cost, as follows: 


Ann Fuel Cost = 15,000 miles x 29 kW-hr/100 miles x $0.12 per kW-hr = $522, which rounds to 
$500. 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


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Dave 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015637 



EPA comrrVERIFY ccModel Yr (Mfr Name Division (ICarline Verify Mfr index (US© Eng Displ # Cyl 



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2015 VolkswageAudi 

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101 

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2015 VolkswageAudi 

A3 Cabriol.VGA 

6 

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4 


2015 VolkswageAudi 

A3 Cabriol.VGA 

5 

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4 


2015 VolkswageAudi 

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4 

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49 

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A5 Cabriol.VGA 

66 

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65 

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2015 VolkswageAudi 

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50 

2.0 

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2015 VolkswageAudi 

A6 

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47 

2.0 

4 


2015 VolkswageAudi 

A6 quattroVGA 

48 

2.0 

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2015 VolkswageAudi 

A6 quattroVGA 

72 

3.0 

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2015 VolkswageAudi 

A6 quattroVGA 

17 

3.0 

6 


2015 VolkswageAudi 

A7 quattroVGA 

71 

3.0 

6 

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2015 VolkswageAudi 

A7 quattroVGA 

18 

3.0 

6 


2015 VolkswageAudi 

A8 

VGA 

40 

3.0 

6 


2015 VolkswageAudi 

A8 

VGA 

11 

4.0 

8 

Diesel; 

2015 VolkswageAudi 

A8L VGA 

15 

3.0 

6 


2015 VolkswageAudi 

A8L 

VGA 

41 

3.0 

6 


2015 VolkswageAudi 

A8L 

VGA 

10 

4.0 

8 


2015 VolkswageAudi 

A8L 

VGA 

14 

6.3 

12 


2015 VolkswageAudi 

allroad qu^VGA 

68 

2.0 

4 


2015 VolkswageAudi 

Q3 

VGA 

62 

2.0 

4 


2015 VolkswageAudi 

Q3 quattrcVGA 

37 

2.0 

4 


2015 VolkswageAudi 

Q5 

VGA 

67 

2.0 

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2015 VolkswageAudi 

Q5 

VGA 

70 

3.0 

6 

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2015 VolkswageAudi 

Q5 

VGA 

16 

3.0 

6 

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2015 VolkswageAudi 

Q5 Hybrid VGA 

63 

2.0 

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2015 VolkswageAudi 

Q7 

VGA 

12 

3.0 

6 


2015 VolkswageAudi 

Q7 

VGA 

51 

3.0 

6 


2015 VolkswageAudi 

R8 

VGA 

27 

4.2 

8 


2015 VolkswageAudi 

R8 

VGA 

29 

4.2 

8 


2015 VolkswageAudi 

R8 

VGA 

35 

5.2 

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2015 VolkswageAudi 

R8 

VGA 

33 

5.2 

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2015 VolkswageAudi 

R8 Spyder VGA 

26 

4.2 

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2015 VolkswageAudi 

R8 Spyder VGA 

28 

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2015 VolkswageAudi 

R8 Spyder VGA 

34 

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2015 VolkswageAudi 

R8 Spyder VGA 

32 

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2015 VolkswageAudi 

RS5 

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2015 VolkswageAudi 

RS5 CabrioVGA 

31 

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RS7 

VGA 

21 

4.0 

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2015 VolkswageAudi 

S3 

VGA 

42 

2.0 

4 


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06/20/2017 


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30.0000 

44.6000 

35.1828 

Auto(AV-S! 

24 

32 

27 


30.3000 

44.6000 

35.4089 


Aidt^fcd|300.314-0J£states labgbvalues rnji^t not change for entire model year^^qgBJofor^QcSSylafetnstfiftO-SM-O 

Manual(M 22 32 26 27.5555 43.9180 33.1059 

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Manual(M 

22 

32 

26 

27.5555 

43.9180 

33.1059 

Auto(AV-SJ 

25 

33 

28 

31.4000 

46.9000 

36.8857 

Auto(S8) 

20 

29 

23 

24.8000 

40.5000 

30.0404 

Auto(S8) 

18 

27 

22 

23.1369 

38.1000 

28.1037 

Auto(S8) 

24 

38 

29 

30.6987 

52.4000 

37.7304 

Auto(S8) 

18 

28 

21 

23.0447 

37.6000 

27.9059 

Auto(S8) 

24 

38 

29 

30.6987 

52.4000 

37.7304 

Auto(S8) 

19 

29 

22 

23.5657 

39.6000 

28.8162 

Auto(S8) 

18 

30 

22 

22.5929 

39.4000 

27.9601 

Auto(S8) 

24 

36 

28 

29.9399 

51.4000 

36.8664 

Auto(S8) 

19 

29 

22 

23.5657 

39.6000 

28.8162 

Auto(S8) 

18 

29 

22 

22.2780 

39.1000 

27.6266 

Auto(S8) 

14 

22 

17 

17.2000 

28.6000 

20.9595 

Auto(S8) 

21 

28 

24 

26.7000 

39.2000 

31.1732 

Auto(S6) 

20 

29 

23 

24.8499 

40.0000 

29.9555 

Auto(S6) 

20 

28 

23 

24.8000 

38.5000 

29.5284 

Auto(S8) 

20 

28 

23 

24.8000 

38.6000 

29.5548 

Auto(S8) 

18 

26 

21 

22.8446 

35.5000 

27.2096 

Auto(S8) 

24 

31 

27 

29.1832 

43.5000 

34.2568 

Auto(S8) 

24 

30 

26 

30.4000 

39.9000 

34.0480 

Auto(S8) 

19 

28 

22 

22.8000 

39.1000 

28.0649 

Auto(S8) 

16 

22 

18 

19.4000 

30.0000 

23.0678 

Auto(AM-5 

14 

23 

17 

16.4549 

29.7195 

20.5904 

Manual(M 

11 

20 

14 

13.6544 

24.3877 

17.0265 

Auto(AM-5 

13 

22 

16 

15.4000 

28.8067 

19.4796 

Manual(M 

12 

19 

14 

13.7000 

23.4475 

16.8527 

Auto(AM-5 

14 

23 

17 

16.4549 

29.7195 

20.5904 

Manual(M 

11 

20 

14 

13.6544 

24.3877 

17.0265 

Auto(AM-5 

13 

22 

16 

15.4000 

28.8067 

19.4796 

Manual(M 

12 

19 

14 

13.7000 

23.4475 

16.8527 

Auto(AM-5 

16 

23 

18 

19.1000 

30.0000 

22.8332 

Auto(AM-5 

16 

22 

18 

19.2000 

28.9000 

22.6159 


Aidftf(fedp00-314-0^.states labgfevalues mygt not change for entire model year,]^<@^tg3for^)3.^^(al2tnsfe®^0.314-0 
Auto(AM-£ 23 31 26 28.5000 41.5000 33.1767 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015641 



Auto(AM-5 

18 

28 

21 

22.4000 

35.8000 

26.9372 

Manual(M 

17 

26 

20 

20.0000 

33.4000 

24.4063 

Auto(AM-5 

18 

28 

21 

22.4000 

35.8000 

26.9372 

Manual(M 

17 

26 

20 

20.0000 

33.4000 

24.4063 

Auto(AM-5 

18 

26 

21 

22.1000 

34.7000 

26.4165 

Auto(AM-5 

17 

27 

20 

20.7366 

35.2072 

25.4423 

Auto(AM-5 

17 

27 

20 

20.7366 

35.2072 

25.4423 

Auto(S8) 

17 

27 

20 

19.9000 

36.4000 

24.9995 

Auto(S8) 

17 

24 

19 

20.8000 

32.9000 

24.9252 

Auto(AM-5 

22 

31 

26 

28.3669 

42.1911 

33.2728 

Auto(AM-5 

22 

31 

26 

28.3669 

42.1911 

33.2728 

Auto(S8) 

15 

25 

19 

19.1000 

33.5000 

23.6806 

Auto(S8) 

12 

21 

15 

15.4000 

28.3000 

19.3741 

Auto(S8) 

14 

24 

17 

17.3000 

31.8000 

21.7662 

Auto(S8) 

12 

20 

15 

14.4000 

26.7000 

18.1658 

Auto(S8) 

14 

24 

17 

17.3000 

31.8000 

21.7662 

Auto(S8) 

12 

20 

15 

14.4000 

26.7000 

18.1658 

Auto(S8) 

11 

18 

13 

12.9000 

21.8000 

15.8033 

Auto(AM-5 

8 

15 

10 

10.0000 

17.9000 

12.4782 

Auto(AM-5 

11 

18 

13 

12.6000 

25.2000 

16.2581 

Auto(AM-5 

10 

16 

12 

11.5000 

21.2000 

14.4817 

Auto(AM-5 

14 

20 

16 

16.8000 

25.5000 

19.8471 

Auto(AM-S 

11 

17 

13 

12.5000 

22.7000 

15.6681 

Auto(S6) 

25 

33 

28 

31.8064 

46.0926 

36.9616 

Manual(M 

24 

33 

27 

30.3689 

46.0618 

35.8679 

Auto(AM-5 

24 

30 

26 

29.1689 

42.3558 

33.9213 

Auto(AM-5 

31 

41 

34 

40.2000 

57.8000 

46.5830 

Manual(M 

23 

31 

26 

27.7589 

43.4112 

33.1352 

Manual(M 

31 

41 

34 

40.0000 

57.8000 

46.4350 

Auto(S6) 

24 

32 

27 

30.6903 

45.4713 

35.9488 

Auto(AM-5 

23 

29 

25 

28.8902 

40.8000 

33.2591 

Auto(AM-5 

30 

40 

34 

39.7000 

56.5000 

45.8327 

ManuaI(M 

23 

31 

26 

27.7589 

43.4112 

33.1352 

Manual(M 

30 

40 

34 

38.7000 

57.2000 

45.2919 

Auto(AM-5 

22 

31 

25 

26.9290 

42.1849 

32.1632 

Manual(M 

21 

32 

25 

25.6435 

43.4548 

31.4431 

Auto(S6) 

17 

25 

20 

20.5000 

33.5000 

24.8373 

Auto(AM-5 

22 

30 

25 

27.5000 

41.5000 

32.4219 

Auto(S6) 

25 

36 

29 

32.5000 

51.1000 

38.8661 

Manual(M 

25 

37 

30 

32.6000 

52.5000 

39.3042 

Auto(AM-5 

31 

43 

36 

41.0359 

61.6186 

48.2955 


[600.|£i4-08 statg£ label va&fies must not change for entire 

mod^y®®o©xc^t.ioo600^)I^snd 600 

Auto(AM-S 

25 

33 

28 

30.7000 

45.3000 

35.9078 

Manual(M 

25 

34 

28 

30.0000 

46.4000 

35.6740 

Auto(S6) 

25 

37 

30 

32.7401 

52.6000 

39.4414 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015642 




Manual(M 

25 

37 

29 

32.3787 

52.4790 

39.1216 

Auto(AM-S 

24 

32 

27 

29.5595 

44.4600 

34.8093 

Auto(AM-5 

31 

45 

36 

41.3000 

64.1000 

49.1703 

Auto(S6) 

23 

34 

26 

28.7000 

47.5000 

34.9193 

Manual(M 

25 

34 

28 

29.3000 

49.6000 

35.9145 

Manual(M 

31 

46 

36 

40.2000 

65.6000 

48.6823 

Manual(M 

23 

33 

26 

28.2801 

45.1600 

33.9987 

Auto(AM-5 

42 

48 

45 

57.5000 

65.3000 

60.7663 

Auto(S6) 

24 

36 

28 

31.2000 

50.5769 

37.6995 

Manual(M 

24 

35 

28 

30.9734 

49.8831 

37.3437 

Auto(AM-5 

30 

42 

34 

38.7000 

59.9000 

46.0312 

Manual(M 

30 

44 

35 

39.0000 

62.4000 

46.9173 

Auto(AM-5 

20 

28 

23 

23.9000 

37.3000 

28.5088 

Auto(S6) 

21 

26 

23 

25.9873 

36.0386 

29.7169 

Auto(S6) 

20 

26 

23 

25.7711 

36.0238 

29.5565 

Auto(S8) 

20 

29 

23 

24.1000 

41.0000 

29.5883 

Auto(S8) 

17 

23 

19 

21.3000 

31.6000 

24.9612 

Auto(S8) 

20 

24 

21 

25.1000 

33.1000 

28.1631 


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exceed ^-please listj|attery pa$$s, not cells; Error- combined unadj^^^pj: rr^^g^yi 0.^^|^fference 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015643 



C<MMMjGuzzler? Air Aspir lAir AspiraTrans Trans DesTrans, Oth# Gears 


23.4556 

33.3421 

27.0673 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

31.1996 

43.0359 

35.6064 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

24.3444 

34.5845 

28.0867 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

23.3120 

31.5429 

26.4136 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

24.0818 

32.6198 

27.2970 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

23.6858 

31.6788 

26.7189 

TC 

TurbocharjS CV 

Selectable 

8 

8(^l4^584soi3o]cPii?se !2eK5§2T?lease 

date f<ethe effecf%g(§)^§ r }#hen vehic^rMW§trc£labelIed; 

8 

22.1972 

32.0693 

25.7665 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

6 

8(?^442soi29]^g8se B^sii^lease 

datef<£the e ffetj%6c§&ter}Shen vehic^tw^gtrcf labelled; 

8 

8(^i4^Ji4soi3©]cPtt5rse B^kSQ^Iease 

dateTCthe effecfluY&cs&tgrVShen vehicferW?^atr<?labelled; 

8 

22.1972 

32.0693 

25.7665 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

6 

24.5044 

32.5529 

27.5721 

TC 

TurbocharjSCV 

Selectable 

8 

19.6106 

28.8603 

22.9156 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

18.3949 

27.2332 

21.5408 

SC 

SupercharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

24.4094 

38.0485 

29.1042 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

18.0028 

27.5267 

21.3226 

SC 

SupercharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

24.4094 

38.0485 

29.1042 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

18.6853 

29.3211 

22.3303 

SC 

SupercharfSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

18.2315 

29.5343 

22.0244 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

23.8727 

36.3252 

28.2271 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

18.6853 

29.3211 

22.3303 

SC 

SupercharfSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

17.9485 

28.5015 

21.5369 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

13.8358 

21.9706 

16.6020G 

NA 

Naturally /SA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

21.0646 

27.9892 

23.7037 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

19.6619 

28.5380 

22.8617 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

19.7028 

28.0105 

22.7375 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

19.6619 

27.5771 

22.5781 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

17.8443 

25.5746 

20.6536 

SC 

SupercharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

23.6266 

31.3636 

26.5783 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

24.0075 

29.7936 

26.3065 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

18.7400 

27.6200 

21.9099 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

15.5983 

21.6157 

17.8322 

SC 

Superchar^SA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

13.5631 

22.5823 

16.5348G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

11.4565 

20.0560 

14.1955G 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

6 

12.9942 

22.2057 

15.9766G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

11.7338 

19.4192 

14.2763 G 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

6 

13.5631 

22.5823 

16.5348G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

11.4565 

20.0560 

14.1955 G 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

6 

12.9942 

22.2057 

15.9766G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

11.7338 

19.4192 

14.2763 G 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

6 

15.7409 

23.3075 

18.4339 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

15.8793 

22.1836 

18.2078 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

8(q)|432§@sot25]iFg?5rse Q.qvff?2?iease 

datef<Ethe effetf%g(§)^§ r }/ghen vehic^rW^at^labelied; 

8 

23.1833 

30.7065 

26.0560 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015644 




18.1170 

27.5580 

21.4190 

SC 

Superchar^AMS 

Automatec 

7 

17.0438 

26.0230 

20.1767 

SC 

SupercharjM 

Manual 

6 

18.1170 

27.5580 

21.4190 

SC 

Superchar^AMS 

Automatec 

7 

17.0438 

26.0230 

20.1767 

SC 

SupercharjM 

Manual 

6 

17.6699 

25.9530 

20.6333 

SC 

Superchar^AMS 

Automatec 

7 

16.7533 

26.9042 

20.1794 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

7 

16.7533 

26.9042 

20.1794 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

7 

16.5369 

26.7008 

19.9551 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

16.7285 

23.6581 

19.2682 

SC 

SuperchaqSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

22.3665 

31.1759 

25.6242 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

22.3665 

31.1759 

25.6242 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

15.2087 

25.3816 

18.5553 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

12.4737 

21.0866 

15.2827 G 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

13.8190 

23.8488 

17.0447 G 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

12.0228 

20.0478 

14.6643 G 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

13.8190 

23.8488 

17.0447 G 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

12.0228 

20.0478 

14.6643 G 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

10.5402 

17.7129 

12.8889G 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

8.4232 

14.7698 

10.4424 G 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

7 

10.6055 

18.4729 

13.1199G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

9.7957 

16.2453 

11.9264G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

14.0224 

20.0427 

16.2140G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

10.6353 

16.9743 

12.7836G 

NA 

Naturally AAMS 

Automated 

7 

24.7637 

32.6943 

27.7980 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

23.7579 

32.6943 

27.0899 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

5 

23.6856 

29.5929 

26.0232 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

30.6516 

40.5292 

34.4273 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

22.6980 

30.6082 

25.6850 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

6 

30.5143 

40.5292 

34.3319 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

6 

23.9740 

32.2876 

27.1159 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

22.7135 

28.5529 

25.0157 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

30.3081 

39.6674 

33.9083 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

22.6980 

30.6082 

25.6850 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

6 

29.6183 

40.1317 

33.5766 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

6 

21.8993 

30.8310 

25.1821 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

20.6665 

31.8238 

24.5378 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

6 

16.9415 

25.2190 

19.8774 

NA 

Naturally /SA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

21.7634 

30.1121 

24.8658 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

25.2640 

36.0643 

29.1989 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

25.3353 

37.0021 

29.5244 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

5 

31.1996 

43.0359 

35.6064 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

.3m9$$U4)4S<$.m}-] Fg§3§fjpvise 

releasq"date to when\tf§hif#s were relabelled; 

6 

24.6434 

32.6158 

27.6891 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

24.9095 

34.2917 

28.4070 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

6 

25.4066 

VW FOIA, EPA 

37.0689 

29.5967 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

06/20/2017 

Semi-Auto 

6 

2017-FFP_015645 



25.1926 

37.0021 

29.4176 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

5 

23.5744 

31.8670 

26.7012 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

31.4045 

44.6752 

36.2501 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

22.5269 

33.6412 

26.4608 

NA 

Naturally /SA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

24.6629 

33.9684 

28.1307 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

5 

30.6516 

45.6549 

35.9711 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

6 

22.8950 

32.6159 

26.4413 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

6 

42.0354 

48.2310 

44.6144 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

7 

24.3335 

35.7288 

28.4112 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

24.1899 

35.2585 

28.1693 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

5 

29.6183 

41.9168 

34.1237 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

29.8256 

43.5614 

34.7575 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

6 

19.7174 

27.8048 

22.6868 

NA 

Naturally/AMS 

Automatec 

6 

20.5496 

25.7855 

22.6161 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

20.3807 

25.8019 

22.5089 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

19.6490 

28.9961 

22.9829 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

17.0411 

22.7325 

19.2048 

NA 

Naturally /SA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

19.8843 

23.7762 

21.4655 

SC 

SupercharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 


fpjcgg Error- for EVs adjusted combined fuel con^yfg^gygmust be 0 and voluntarily incr 

frojg ggg^aloyjjajjgi^f Error- for EVs adjusted combined fuel con^y fgpt^jgmust be 0 and voluntarily incr 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015646 



Lockup TcTrans 

Vomated IV^nual 

Vomated IVfanual 
Vomated IVfanual 
Vomated IVfanual 
Vomated IV^nual 
MT with paries) 

Y N 

N N 

Y N 

Y N 

N N 

MT with paries) 


Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 


N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


Vomated IV^nual 

N N 

Vomated IV^nual 

N N 

Vomated IV^nual 

N N 

Vomated IV^nual 

N N 

Vomated IV^nual 

Vomated IV^rmal 

Y N 

Vomated IV^nual 


Cre Drive Sys 

withFpaddles) 

withFpaddles) 

withFpaddles) 

with/paddles) 

with/paddles) 

F 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

F 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

F 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

with/paddles) 

A 

with/paddles) 

A 

with/paddles) 

A 

with/paddles) 

A 

with/paddles) 

with/paddles) 

A 

with/paddles) 


Drive DesiPrimary BMax 

EtharMax Biodi Rangel 



2-Wheel DFVGAV02.( 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.( 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.( 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.( 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ02.0 

85 

422 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ02.0 

85 

406 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ02.0 

85 

422 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.( 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0NU4 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0NU4 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

All Wheel IFVGAV03.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0NU4 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

All Wheel IFVGAV03.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV06.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ02.0 

85 

406 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ02.0 

85 

455 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0NU4 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

All Wheel IFVGAT02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAT03.0NU3 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

All Wheel IFVGAT03.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV05.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV05.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV05.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV05.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015647 










Vomated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

N N A All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

tomated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

N N A All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

tomated IVNnual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 
^omated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 
\omated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

tyamated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV02.C 
tomated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV02.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV06.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV06.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV06.C 

Y N R 2-Wheel DFVGAV06.S 

tomated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV08.C 
Vomated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV06.! 
tomated IVfqnual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV06.!: 
Vomated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV05.] 
Ipmated Manual with peddles) All Wheel IFVGAV06. 

Y N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

tomated IVJqnual withFpaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 
famated IV^nual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 
N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 

Y N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

famated IV^nual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 
tomated IV^nual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 
N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 

Vomated IVfanual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAJ02.0 
N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAJ02.0 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV03.( 

tomated Manual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

Y N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

Vomated Manual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 
N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 

Vomated Manual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

Y N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 


15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

85 

357 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

85 

357 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

85 

357 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GPR 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GPR 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GPR 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GPR 

Gasoline (1 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015648 





N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

Vomated 

IV^nual withFpaddles) 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Vomated 

IV^nual withfpaddles) 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Vomated 

IV^nual withRoaddles) 

2-Wheel DFVGAV01.' 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

Vomated 

IVfanual withFpaddles) 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

Vomated 

IVfanual withFpaddles) 

2-Wheel DFVGAV03.( 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAJ02.0 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel IFVGAJ02.0 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel IFVGAT03.0NU2 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel IFVGAT03.6 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel IFVGAT03.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

pased adjusted combiped fuel ftWSWSfoftlaofri/Please 

revise Vegfy as 

neec^d. 

Electricity 

^ased adjusted combiped fuel cogs^ggijCgjB^hfyftftldftfri/Please 

revise Vegty as 

neec fe? ■ 

Electricity 


06/20/2017 2017-FFP 015649 


VW FOIA, EPA 



GuzzIGas Guzzl2Dr Pass '2Dr Lugg 4Dr Pass 

4Dr Lugg Htchbk PaHtchbk Lu 

Mpfeaded Rfltey^epied) 

Not exempt 



86 

12 



(15 ppfiffle®ip8HlMm) 

Not exempt 



86 

12 



Mpfeaded Rflfey^igvepied) 

Not exemp 

79 

10 





iWpfeaded ffafcfirp5>egT(jed) 

Not exemp 

79 

10 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



86 

10 



Mpfeaded |fafcfinp>egT<Jed) 

Not exempt 



91 

12 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



91 

12 



Mpfeaded |fafisnpii£»€pjed) 

Not exempt 



91 

12 



Mpfeaded Rfifienp^ed) 

Not exemp 

81 

10 





Mpfeaded Rflte*rp?»egTsJed) 

Not exemp 

84 

12 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemf: 

84 

12 





Mpfeaded R^t^pis^Jed) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



iWpteaded Rflte*rp?»efrted) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



MfUS (15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



Mpteaded Rflte>pp«ie£kjed) 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

(15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

iWpfeaded RflteSip«^t<jed) 

Not exempt 



100 

15 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



100 

15 



MfWS (15 ppffite@fi^«(n|Mnn) 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



Mpfeaded FtategTpfgyefkJed) 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



Mpfeaded Rfifc&rpaefrted) 

Not exempt 



90 

28 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 





84 

17 

Mpfeaded Ftate*rpig>efkJed) 

Not exempt 





84 

17 

Mpfeaded RflfiSTpiepded) 

Truck 







rWpfeaded Rfte^pig^ided) 

Truck 







MfUS (15 PtwmeSn^Klf m) 

Truck 







Mpfeaded ftfli&rpaegiFled) 

Truck 







MfHB (15 PtwmeSn^Klf m) 

Truck 







iWpfeaded R^tegip^g^iided) 

Truck 







Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 







iWpfeaded ffateinpsiejfrted) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 







l^ptfaded RffeSTp^g^Jed) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rfltey^vep^ed) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded FNte»ip®^rted) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded ftfll^ipyepied) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rfiteg^g^rted) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

84 

13 





Mpfeaded RtffconpiignefKjed) 

Not exemp 

81 

10 





Mpfeaded Rfl^y^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

Mpfeaded RflfconpfanefTded) 

Not exempt 



86 

10 




VWFOIA, EPA 06/20/2017 2017-FFP 015650 




rWptfaded RfiteS^SVeffded) 

Not exempt 



90 

13 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



90 

13 



iWpfeaded RfiteS^effded) 

Not exemp 

84 

13 





Mpfeaded Rflfey^igvepied) 

Not exemp 

84 

13 





Mpfeaded ffate>rp5>egT(jed) 

Not exemp 

81 

10 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



Mptfaded |fafcfinp>egT<Jed) 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



100 

15 



rWpfeaded |fafispp*£»€p1ed) 

Truck 







Mpfeaded Rfifienp^ed) 

Not exemp 

74 

13 





Mpfeaded Rflte*rp?»egTsJed) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

89 

11 





Mpfeaded R^tesipiis^Jed) 

Not exemp 

89 

11 





Mpfeaded ftflfiofip^ed) 

Not exemp 

86 

7 





l^ptfaded Rflte*rp?»egT<Jed) 

Not exemp 

86 

7 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

102 

13 





Mpfeaded ftafiStfpRegrted) 

Not exemp 

102 

13 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



101 

11 



fWpfeaded RflfciiifssRgN 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rflf&ypsUgN 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rflftu;ip*s()gN 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rflfey^epied) 

Not exempt 







M Wb leadertifiteiptfP^N 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded RflteBTpKftegfljed) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

Mpfeaded R«te^ig^t<Jed) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

NtfMS (15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

Mpfeaded Ftetejrpaegrded) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

Mfr(B (15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

iMpfeaded Rf|fc©rp?»egTded) 

Not exemp 

81 

7 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

81 

7 





NtfuS (15 PlPitWerip«HT|Mm) 

Not exemp 

81 

7 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

81 

7 





NtfUB (15 ppffite@fi^«KlMm) 

Not exemp 

81 

7 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

94 

13 





Mpfeaded Ftafcofp^efTded) 

Not exemp 

94 

13 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

94 

13 





Mpfeaded R^teyipiig^lvJed) 

Not exemp 

77 

11 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

Mpfeaded RfltegTpsyegTtjed) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

NtfUB (15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

MfKB (15 ppfliteanp^KlWim) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

Mpfeaded Rflfioppaeftfed) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

Mpfeaded RflftonpiignefTded) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

Mpfeaded Rfltey^vep^ed) 

Not exempt 



94 

16 




VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015651 



iMpfeaded Rflteg^igveffded) 
Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 
NWuS (15 PtWWe®ip8HlNm) 
Mpfeaded Rflfey^igvepied) 
Mptfaded RflteS^effded) 
Ntf*(5 (15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 
Mpfeaded |fafi©rp>efT<Jed) 
Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 
Mpfeaded RffesTp^^Jed) 
Mpfeaded Rflfe^igvepied) 
NWus (15 p lWWle^p«HTi Mrn) 
MfKS (15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 
Mpfeaded R^teSip^^Jed) 
Mpfeaded Rfltey^epded) 
Mpfeaded foite*np«iegijded) 
Mfr(B (15 PtwmeSn^Klf m) 
Mpfeaded Rflte>rpF»egijded) 
Mpfeaded Rflfey^igvepded) 

MPG miles per gN 
KW-HR/IOkilowatt-hoN 


Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Truck 
Truck 
Truck 
Truck 
Truck 

Not exempt 
Not exempt 


94 

16 

94 

16 

94 

16 

94 

16 

94 

16 

94 

16 

94 

16 

94 

16 

102 

16 

102 

16 

102 

16 

102 

16 

102 

16 


91 

CM 

w f 


17 

17 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015652 



infill FuEPA 
2100 
1550 
2050 
2200 
2100 
2100 
2300 
2200 
2400 
2300 
2200 
2050 
2500 
2600 
1950 
2700 
1950 
2600 
2600 
2000 
2600 
2600 
3350 
2400 
2500 
2500 
2500 
2700 
2100 
2200 
2550 


3350 

4050 

3550 

4050 

3350 

4050 

3550 

4050 


19.5 


CalciComment City2 FE (<Hwy2 FueComb2 FiLow'd Cit^Low'd Hw Low'd CorCity2 Unai 

2100corrected fuel unit price, engine configuration number changed to #1 for 1.8L engine code CN 
1550 hwy label value correction, Bio-Diesel Max 5% 

2050 refresh release date, corrected interior volumes, fuel unit price correction, engine configurati 
2200 refreshed release date, interior volume corrected, engine configuration changed to #2 for 2.0 
2100carline interior volumes corrected from 2 door to 4 door, engine configuration number chang 
2100 

2300manuf conlS 22 18 19.5 

2200 

2400 eng code c 15 21 17 19 

2300manuf conl5 22 18 19.5 

2200 
2050 
2500 
2600 
1950 
2700 
1950 
2600 
2600 
2000 
2600 

2600 FUEL AND GHG RATING CORRECTED TO 5 
33505-yr fuel cost corrected 

2400manuf conlS 21 17 19.2 

2500Corrected C02 typos, corrected round error for highway rounded adjusted C02 value 
2500Eng division correction 

2500 14 19 16 17.4 

2700 Syr fuel cost corrected 

2100Corrected unrounded unadjusted highway and combined C02 values 

2200corrected stop/start indicator, zero set for 5-yr fuel saved instead of zero for spending 

2550 


19.2 


3150 3150corrected highway C02 adj value 


3350 

4050 

3550 

4050 

3350 

4050 

3550 

4050 


3150 


3150 


3150 3150 

3150 3150 Relabel, 50/50 weighting of best and worse (D&S) testing 

2200 2200 5yr fuel savings set to zero instead of spending 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015653 








2700 2700 

2850 2850 

2700 2700 

2850 2850 

2700 2700 

2850 2850 maximum ethanol corrected 

2850 2850 maximum ethanol corrected 

2850 2850S/S indicator to yes, back to NO. 

3000 3000 

2200 2200changed engine configuration number after Verify reassigned numbers on CSI after addition o 

2200 2200changed engine configuration number after Verify reassigned numbers on CSI after addition o 

3000 3000 release date change to March 

3800 3800 9 15 11 10.5 

3350 3350data substitution corrected to no for eng code CYCA, release date change to March 

3800 3800 9 15 11 10.5 

3350 3350 release date change to March 

3800 3800 9 15 11 10.5 

4400 4400 

5700 5700eng code correction 

4400 4400 

4750 4750 

3550 3550Release date change 

4400 4400corrected carline to Veneno Roadster 477 

1900 1900 

1950 1950corrected combined unrounded unadj value 
2200 2200corrected combined unadjusted unrounded value type 
1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2200 2200 

1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

1950 1950 

2300 2300 

1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2200 2200 

1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2300 2300 

2300 2300 

2850 2850 

2300 2300 

1800 1800 

1750 1750 

1550 1550 hwy label value corrected, Bio-Diesel Max 5% 

1550 1550 relabel with EPA confirmatory tests, Bio-Diesel Max 5% 

2050 2050SMOG corrected to 9 as this is a nationwide Tier 2 BIN 2 and Calif PZEV.....engine code correc 
2050 2050engine code correction to 211 hp code 
1750 1750 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015654 




1800 

2100 

1550 

2000 

1900 

1550 

2200 

1250 

1900 

1900 

1650 

1600 

2500 

2500 

2500 

2450 

3000 

2700 



1800fuel consumption and C02 unadj unrounded corrected, max Ethanol to 15% 

21005 yr fuel savings corrected 

1550 release date change, Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 
2000 
1900 

1550 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 
2200 

1250Start/stop indicator corrected to yes 

1900 rounded adjusted highway C02 rounding error corrected 

1900 

1650 EPA confirmatory tests numbers for city highway US06 now included, no label value changes, 

1600corrected C02 values and annual fuel cost corrected, Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2500 

2500 max Ethanol set to 15% 

2500 

2450 corrected fuel economy rating to 5 
3000 

2700S/S set to yes 

SOOtrans type corrected on CSI to rid warnings on label 
SOOtrans type corrected on CSI to rid warnings on label 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015655 





SB. 


on changed to #1 for 1.8L engine code CNSB 
L engine code CNTC. 

ed to #2 for 2.0L engine code CNTC, GHG rating corrected 


30.8 

23.356 

15.3563 

21.9111 

17.7451 

304 

E 

Ethanol (EiMPG 

miles per g 

30 

22.7545 

15.0024 

21.384 

17.3296 

287 

E 

Ethanol (EiMPG 

miles per g 

30.8 

23.356 

15.3563 

21.9111 

17.7451 

304 

E 

Ethanol (EiMPG 

miles per g 


28.8 22.5882 15.1507 20.5603 17.1855 287 E Ethanol (EJMPG 

27.1 20.7407 13.7947 19.3602 15.8444 317 E Ethanol (E<MPG 


miles per g 


miles per g 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015656 


f a model running change, this label includes two engine configuration numbers: #2 for engine code CETA and # 4 f 
f a model running change, this label includes two engine configuration numbers: #2 for engine code CETA and # 4 f 


20.8 

13.5107 

8.8115 

15.1054 

10.8449 

262 

E 

Ethanol (EIMPG 

miles per g 

20.5 

13.4531 

8.6127 

14.7094 

10.5874 

262 

E 

Ethanol (EIMPG 

miles per g 

20.5 

13.4531 

8.6127 

14.7094 

10.5874 

262 

E 

Ethanol (EIMPG 

miles per g 


ted 


VWFOIA, EPA 06/20/2017 2017-FFP 015657 



EPA reprocessed their confirmatory city and highway tests - corrected unrounded MPG results entered, Bio-Diesel 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015658 





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! Comb 

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2 

23 

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2 

23 

Subcompa 







S!DI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

2600 

400 

281 

347 

2600 

SIDI; Unde 

2 

24 

Compact C 






SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

2750 

410 

288 

355 

2750 

SIDI; Unde 

2 

23 

Subcompa 


2600 

400 

281 

347 

2600 

SIDI; Unde 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 







SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 







SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 








2 

25 

Midsize Ca 







SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 








2 

25 

Midsize Ca 







SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 







SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 








2 

26 

Large Cars 







SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 







SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 







SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 


2750 

406 

300 

358 

2750 

SIDI; FFV; 

2 

27 

Small Stati 







SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 






SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

2900 

450 

320 

392 

2900 

SIDI; FFV; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 






SIDI; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 







2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 






SIDI; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 







2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 






SIDI; 

2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 






SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; Unde 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 







SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015659 











or engine code CDMA and all TT models, 
or engine code CDMA and all TT models. 

4250 711 410 576 4250 

4250 726 421 589 4250 

4250 726 421 589 4250 



1 

15 

Midsize Ca 


2 

21 

Two Seate 


2 

21 

Two Seate 


2 

21 

Two Seate 

SIDi & PFI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 


2 

21 

Two Seate 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDi; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDi; 

2 

24 

Compact C 


2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 


2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDi; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 


2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 


2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDi; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDi; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 


2 

24 

Compact C 

Under EPA 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 


SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

SIDi; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

SIDI; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seatei 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

FFV; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

FFV; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

FFV; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015660 









SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 


2 

24 

Compact C 


1 

14 

Compact C 


1 

14 

Compact C 


2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

Max 5% correction 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 


2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

SIDI; 

2 

230 

Small SUV 2WD 

SIDI; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 


2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 

SIDI; 

2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 

SIDI; 

2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 



4 

Compact C 



4 

Compact C 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015661 



6%r/TruckCalc ApprSales Release DEPA FE Label Datas&triB]ue La Label RecRelabel Relabel Di 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycI2/feS)/3014 

16011 

N 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16973 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl^2^014 

16013M^W 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl^2^014 

16012 ^^H 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycl£/tfe!M3014 

16197^^^B 

N 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

15670^^8 

N 

N 


m MPG higlyway, and ^ MPG copo&$ti£' r | 3 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycleS/i?ib/3014 

15675 ^^^H 

In 

N 

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IN MPG highway, and $&MPG cor£)mi^J;- la 


|n MPG highway, and ^ MPG coR^lat^J;- la 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle9$lb/3014 

15676 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle9/i3b/3014 

15673 ^« 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycIeQ$!M3014 

15674 

IN 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

16062 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycI§/t3a(B*£2014 

15458 ^^^B 

§N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycIeQ$!M3014 

16061 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclfe/M^014 

15459 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/fe3M3014 

15647 ^W 

§N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclle/IM^3014 

15385 

In 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/felM3014 

15456 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/felM3014 

15648 ^« 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/fe$^1014 

15386 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/lkM3014 

16699 

N 

N 

§m 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

16637 

N 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/4/2014 

16057 

|n 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle8^fcyQ014 

15650 

N 

N 


Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

16034^^^^ 

|n 

N 


Vehicle Specific 5-cycleQ$M3014 

16700 

| N 

N 


Vehicle Specific S-cycfe/iM^OM 

l5460 ^M 

N 

N 


Vehicle Specific 5-cycle6^^^014 

16701 

N 

N 

D 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycIe8/»l)/3014 

15408 

1 N 

N 

D 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

15711 

1 N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl/i3M3014 

15493 

1 N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0/i5M3O14 

15 4 9 7 

1 N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle8/i5M3014 

iseoi 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0^^^O14 

15598 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0/iSM3O14 

15492 

In 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0^^^O14 

15496 ^^H 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycIe0/i5M3O14 

15600 ^^^b 

1 N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl/i5M3014 

15597J 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle€l/i5M3014 

1558 * _ 

i N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle6$fe/3014 

15590 

N 

N 


MPG highway, and $£ MPG coR&jftftcl;- la 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle8/i4M3014 

16702 

In 

N 

VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP_015662 




car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl^fi^014 

16064 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl$M5014 

16067 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl$M3014 

16 °65j 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl$M3014 

16068| 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle8$B^014 

16066 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycIe(3/ib/a014 

15576 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycleQ^2^014 

15575 | 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/tfeB)/3014 

15400 



Vehicle Specific 5-cycIe0/i?M3O14 

16059 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclb/tfeS)/3014 

16014| 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclb/lfe!M3014 

160151 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclV&&/3014 

15558 | 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfi/Ib!fe/3014 

15654 | 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycl3/IM>/3014 

15557 1 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/tbfeyS014 

15661 | 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/&&/3014 

15559 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycl!e/tk!fe/3014 

15659j 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle9^t^014 

15737 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/IM^014 

15692 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle/1M^014 

15678 | 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle/1M^014 

15681 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/lfei^014 

15599 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle7&b@D14 

16523 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16085 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16169 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyc®/l^^014 

16170 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 

16979 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycli£/t^M3014 

16092| 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 

16981 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16086| 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfi/I^S014 

16088p 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 

16978 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycft/fe8^014 

16093 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 

16980| 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycli&/lblM3014 

15689| 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycli&/fet&&1014 

1569o| 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfi£/tbfc/3014 

156871 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycli&/tb&>/3014 

15602 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16492 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

161981 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16974 


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car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle4/ib/a014 

169031 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle4/ib/3014 

16904| 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 

164291 



highway,^nd XX MPfiLcombine$elabel - lc 
N 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015663 














car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 


D 

D 

D 

car 

car 


Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 
Vehicle Specific 5-cycfi&/fe&/3014 
Derived 5-cycle label 8/4/2014 
Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 
Vehicle Specific 5-cycl&/Ms>/3014 
Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 
Vehicle Specific 5-cycfi£/&&/3014 
Derived Vehicle Specifi/25/?0te4 
Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 
Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 
Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 
Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 
Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/&fi^014 
Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 
Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 
Vehicle Specific 5-cyc®/Mb/3014 
Derived 5-cycle label 8/1/2014 
Derived 5-cycle label 9/15/2014 
Electric Vehicle 2-cyc 
Electric Vehicle 2-cycl 

J Mm wMM 1 Wmmm tw : 


17017 
16703 

16976 
16450 
16222 

16977 
16381 
17131 
16393 
16273 

16982 

16983 
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17018 
15611 
15417 
15688 
16838 
17235 
17235 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015664 




Suppress<Police/EmCommenfcCyl Deact'Cyl Deact Var Valve Var Valve Var Valve Var Valve 



N 

N 

1.8L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

N 

N 


N 

N 

1.8L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

2.0L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

Audi Valve 

N 

N 

2.0L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

Audi Valve 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

psye decreased 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

psye increase 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

pslje decreased 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

12 to 6 cyliY 

Intake andN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALVBattery(s) 

N 

N 

Engine codN 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

ENGINE CCN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

ENGINE CCN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

ENGINE CCN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

ENGINE CCN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

Continuou N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

Continuou N 


IH|e decreased 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

Audi Valve 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015665 







N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

GeneratiorN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

GeneratiorN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

Y 

Cylinder d(Y 

Variation cN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

Engine CocY 

ELECTRON Y 

HYDRAULKN 


N 

N 

Engine CocY 

ELECTRON Y 

HYDRAULKN 


N 

N 

ENGINE CCN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

Engine CoY 

ELECTROY 

HYDRAULN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

MECANON 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

MECANON 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

MECANON 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

MECANON 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

MECANON 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

MECANON 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

MECANON 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

N 

N 


N 

N 

N 

Y 

position ofN 


N 

N 

N 

Y 

position of N 


N 

N 

N 

Y 

position ofN 


N 

N 

N 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

1.8L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

1.8L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

N 

N 


Me decreased 

Engine CocN 

N 

N 


N 

N 

2.0L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

Audi Valve 

N 

N 

2.0L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

Audi Valve 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

MECANON 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015666 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


Engine CocN 
Engine CocN 
Engine CocN 
Engine CocN 
Engine CocN 
Engine CocN 
Engine CocN 


ppch for Highway label 


N 


N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


Engine CocN 
Engine CocN 
Engine CocN 
Engine CocN 
Engine codN 
N 
N 

Engine CocN 
N 

V6 CYLINDN 


Y 

Y 
N 
N 
N 
N 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 
N 
N 

Y 

Y 

Y 
N 

Y 

Y 


MECANIQAN 

MECANIQfiN 

N 

N 

N 

N 

MECANIC/>N 

MECANIGfiN 

MECANIC/>N 

MECANON 

N 

N 

Electronic N 
position ofN 
position ofN 
N 

INTAKE/EN 
MECANON 


Battery(s) 


Battery(s) 

Battery(s) 

Battery(s) 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015667 




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ECHANICAL-HYDRAULIC 

ECHANICAL-HYDRAULIC 


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valves only 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015668 




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ECHANICAL-HYDRAULIC 

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ECHANICAL-HYDRAULIC 

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ECHANICAL-HYDRAULIC 

aust valves on a single camshaft. No change in valve overlaps. 
E^H^MG^fflMQRAdfiguration is in the Bugatti Veyron and Grand Sport. 

DMRRQIINUOUSLY VVT 

DMRROIINUOUSLY VVT 

ECHANICAL-HYDRAULIC 

R<ALLHDCO(3TR(MJOUSLY VVT 

AMS 

AMS 

AMS 

onv. 

AMS 

onv. 

AMS 

AMS 

onv. 

AMS 

onv. 

controlled and hydraulically adjusted 
controlled and hydraulically adjusted 
controlled and hydraulically adjusted 


onv. 

onv. 


AMS 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015669 



AMS 

AMS 

onv. 


onv. 

AMS 

ND OUTLET CAMS 1 Lithium lor 220 5.00 

AMS 

AMS 

onv. 

onv. 


controlled and hydraulically adjusted 
controlled and hydraulically adjusted 


LICALLY AND CONTROLLED ELECTRONICALLY 
AMS 


1 NiMH 

288 

6.00 

Hlithium Ion 

381 

75.00 

Jthium Ion 

381 

75.00 


27.0On-Board 


21.50n-Board 

76.2 Off-Board 
76.2 Off-Board 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015670 






edcatoavBrd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 


ericatodvBrd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 


Electrical F Both Y 


1AC lnducti( 


edcHtobvBrd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015671 



edcateov§rd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 

edcatocn/Brd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 

edcatocrvBrd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 

edcatom/Brd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 

edcatobvBrd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 

ericatoavBrd gear or higher, ECT greater than 40C, engine speed 930 to 3500 RPM, vehicle speed greater than 25 km 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015672 



Electrical FBRAKE PECFront WheY 


1 Other 


Other BRAKE PECBoth N lOther 

Electrical F Front Whe Y 10ther 

Electrical F Front Whe*Y 10ther 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015673 



RRSlor GerRated MolFuel MeteiFuel MeteiFuel MeteiFuel MeteiFuel Cell 

1 VOff Board Camless ViOil Viscosi 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

CRD! 

Common F 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W30 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W30 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

h GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W30 VW 

CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W30 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

h GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W30 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit N 


N 

5W40 

GDI 

Spark ignit N 


N 

5W40 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W30 VW 

40 GDI 

Spark Ignit N 

N 

N 

5W40 VW 

CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W30 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W/30, VV 

GDI 

Spark ignit 


N 

5W/30, VV 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

10W60 VV\ 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

10W60 VV\ 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W/30, VV 

GDI 

Spark ignit 


N 

5W/30, VV 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

10W60 VW 

GDI 

Spark ignit 


N 

10W60 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W30 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W30 VW 

h GDI 

Spark ignit 


N 

5W30 VW 

GDI 

Spark Ignit N 


N 

5W40 

VW FOIA, EPA 

06/20/2017 



2017-FFP_015674 




GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 

h 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W30 VW 

h 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W30 VW 

h 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W30 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit N 

N 

5W40 


GDI 

Spark Ignit N 

N 

5W40 

h 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W30 VW 


MFI 

MultipointN 

N 

5W30 VW 

h 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W30 VW 


MFI 

MultipointN 

N 

5W30 VW 

h 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W30 VW 


MFI 

MultipointN 

N 

5W30 VW 


MFI 

Multipoint 

N 

0W40 / VV 


MFI 

Multipoint 

N 

10W60 VW 


MFI 

Multipoint 

N 

5W30 VW 


MFI 

Multipoint 

N 

5W30 VW 


GDPI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W30 VW 


MFI 

Multipoint/* 

N 

5W30 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


CRDI 

Common F 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


CRDI 

Common F 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


CRDI 

Common F 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


CRDI 

Common F 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W-40 VW 


GDI 

Spark ignit 

N 

5W40 / VV 


GDI 

Spark ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


CRDI 

Common F 

N 

5W40 VW 


CRDI 

Common F 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 


GDI 

Spark Ignit 

N 

5W40 VW 

VW FOIA, EPA 

GDI 

Spark Ignit 

06/20/2017 

N 

5W40 VW 

2017-FFP_015675 





GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 



GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 



CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W40 VW 



MFI 

Multipoint 


N 

5W40 VW 



MFI 

Multipoint 


N 

5W40 VW 



CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W40 VW 



GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

3 PHASE PI 

28 

GDI 

Spark Ignit N 

N 

N 

5W40 VW 



GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 



GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 



CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W40 VW 



CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W40 VW 



GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 



GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 



GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 



CRDI 

Common F 


N 

5W30 VW 



GDI 

Spark Ignit 


N 

5W40 VW 

3 PHASE Cl 

34 

GDI 

Spark Ignit N 

N 

N 

5W40 VW 

Synchron ! 

85 


N 

Y 



Syncbron ! 

8b 


N 

Y 




VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015676 



Stop/StartStop/StartTrans in FEB-ans as I Model TypCharge Be Charge ® Charge SuiCharge SuiEPA Calcul 


N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SAuto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-SAuto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(AV-SJAuto(AV-Si 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AV-SJAuto(AV-S;Audi A6 C\ 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) Audi A6 qu 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

\50700 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

^50700 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) Audi Q7 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

hi 50500 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

hi 50500 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

iyf 50500 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

h| 50500 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

[$0700 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

[$0700 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

[$0700 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015677 







N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

[§0700 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

[§0700 

No 

Auto(AM-SAuto(AM-5 

[§0700 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5TT Coupe c 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5TT Coupe c 

[§0700 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

[§0700 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

[§0700 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

/yW50500[\j o 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

[y( 50500 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

£0700 

Yes 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

£0700 

Yes 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

[§0700 

No 

Auto(AM-£Auto(AM-SVENENO 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manua!(M ManuaI(M 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015678 



N 

No 

ManuaI(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) Jetta Base 

N 

No 

Manual(M ManuaI(M 

N 

No 

Manual(M ManuaI(M 

N 

No 

ManuaI(M Manual(M 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(AM-SAuto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Manual(M Manual(M 

N 

No 

Auto(AM-5Auto(AM-5 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) Tiguan fror 

N 

No 

Auto(S6) Auto(S6) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

N 

No 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) 

Y 

Yes 

Auto(S8) Auto(S8) Touareg 

N 

No 

Auto(A1) Auto(A1) 

N 

No 

Auto(A1) Auto(A1) 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015679 



Calculated Gas GE6Aatfeig](GHG Ratin#l Smog R#1 Mfr Sm#1 EPA SmSmartWay 


34.9 
48.3 

36.2 

34.3 

35.2 

35.4 

32.3 
33.1 

31.4 
32.3 

33.1 

36.9 
30.0 

28.1 
37.7 

27.9 

37.7 

28.8 
28.0 

36.9 
28.8 

27.6 
21.1 

31.2 
30.0 

29.5 

29.6 

27.2 

34.3 
34.0 
28.1 

23.1 

20.7 

17.2 

19.6 
17.0 

20.7 
17.2 

19.6 
17.0 

22.8 

22.6 
22.6 


7 FVGAV02.C 
8FVGAV02.C 
7 FVGAV02.C 
6FVGAV02.C 
7 FVGAV02.C 
7 FVGAV02.C 
6 FVGAJ02.0 
6FVGAV02.C 
6FVGAJ02.0 
6FVGAJ02.0 
6FVGAV02.C 
7FVGAV02.C 
5 FVGAV02.C 

5 FVGAJ03.0 

6 FVGAJ03.0 

5 FVGAJ03.0 

6 FVGAJ03.0 
5 FVGAV03.C 

5 FVGAV04.C 

6 FVGAJ03.0 
5 FVGAV03.C 

5 FVGAV04.C 
4FVGAV06.- 

6 FVGAJ02.0 
5FVGAV02.C 
5 FVGAV02.C 
5 FVGAJ02.0 
5 FVGAJ03.0 
5 FVGAJ03.0 
6FVGAT02.C 
4FVGAT03.C 
4FVGAT03.C 
4FVGAV04.: 
2FVGAV04.: 
3FVGAV05.: 
2FVGAV05.: 
4FVGAV04.: 
2FVGAV04.: 
3FVGAV05.: 
2FVGAV05.: 
4FVGAV04.: 
4FVGAV04.: 
4FVGAV04.C 


33.2 


6FVGAV02.C 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015680 












26.9 

23.5 

26.9 
23.5 

26.4 

25.4 

25.4 
25.0 

24.9 
33.3 

33.3 

23.7 

19.5 

21.9 

18.3 

21.9 

18.3 

15.9 

12.6 

16.4 

14.6 

20.0 

15.8 
37.0 

35.9 

33.9 

46.6 
33.1 

46.4 

35.9 

33.3 

45.8 

33.1 

45.3 

32.2 

31.4 

24.8 

32.4 

38.9 

39.3 

48.3 
48.2 

35.9 
35.8 

39.4 


5 5 FVGAJ03.0 5 

5 5 FVGAJ03.0 5 

5 5 FVGAJ03.0 5 

5 5 FVGAJ03.0 5 

5 5 FVGAJ03.0 5 

5 5 FVGAV04.C 5 

5 5FVGAV04.C 5 

5 5FVGAV04.C 5 

4 4FVGAJ03.0 5 

6 6FVGAV02.C 5 

6 6FVGAV02.C 5 

4 4FVGAV04.C 5 

3 3 FVGAV06.C 5 

4 4FVGAV04.C 5 

3 3 FVGAV06.C 5 

4 4FVGAV04.C 5 

3 3 FVGAV06.C 5 

1 1FVGAV06.S 5 

1 1FVGAV08.C 5 

1 1FVGAV06.! 5 

1 1FVGAV06.!: 5 

3 3FVGAV05.: 5 

1 1FVGAV06. 5 

7 7FVGAV02.C 7 

7 7FVGAV02.C 7 

6 6FVGAV02.C 7 

8 7FVGAV02.C 5 

6 6FVGAV02.C 7 

8 7FVGAV02.C 5 

7 7FVGAV02.C 7 

6 6FVGAV02.C 7 

8 7FVGAV02.C 5 

6 6FVGAV02.C 7 

8 7FVGAV02.C 5 

6 6 FVGAJ02.0 5 

6 6 FVGAJ02.0 5 

5 5FVGAV03.C 5 

6 6FVGAV02.C 5 

7 7FVGAV02.C 9 

7 7FVGAV02.C 9 

8 8FVGAV02.C 5 

8 8FVGAV02.C 5 

7 7FVGAV02.C 9 

7 7FVGAV02.C 9 

7 7 FVGAV02.C 7 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015681 


38.4 

34.8 

49.2 

34.9 

35.9 

48.7 
34.0 

60.8 

37.7 

37.3 

46.2 

46.9 

28.5 

29.7 

29.6 
29.6 
25.0 

28.2 



7 

7 FVGAV02.C 

7 

7 

7 FVGAV02.C 

7 

8 

8FVGAV02.C 

5 

6 

6FVGAV02.C 

5 

7 

7 FVGAV02.C 

5 

8 

8FVGAV02.C 

5 

6 

6FVGAV02.C 

7 

10 

10 FVGAVOl.^ 

7 

7 

7FVGAV02.C 

7 

7 

7FVGAV02.C 

7 

8 

7FVGAV02.C 

5 

8 

7 FVGAV02.C 

5 

5 

5 FVGAV03.( 

5 

5 

5 FVGAJ02.0 

5 

5 

5 FVGAJ02.0 

5 

5 

5 FVGAT03.C 

5 

4 

4FVGAT03.6 

5 

5 

5 FVGAT03.C 

5 

10 

10FVGAV00. 

10 

10 

10FVGAV00. 

10 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015682 





Smog R#3 Mfr Srm#3 EPA SmSmartWay 


g R#4 Mfr Sim 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015683 




FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 7 

FVGAV02.C 7 

FVGAV02.C 5 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015684 



FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 

FVGAV02.C 5 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015685 



C02 FComb C02C02- VoluiC02- VoluiC02-Vol In 


500 


379 

267 

328 

3250 


326 

236 

285 

750 


362 

256 

314 

0 


379 

280 

334 

500 


366 

271 

323 

500 


374 

280 

332 


500 

415 

295 

361 

0 


398 

277 

343 


1000 

424 

303 

370 


500 

415 

295 

361 

0 


398 

277 

343 

750 


360 

272 

320 


1500 

452 

306 

386 


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482 

326 

412 

1250 


416 

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349 


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493 

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416 

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416 

267 

349 


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473 

303 

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484 

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426 

280 

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473 

303 

397 


2000 

492 

310 

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5750 

640 

403 

534 


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420 

317 

373 


1500 

451 

313 

389 


1500 

446 

316 

387 


1500 

452 

322 

393 


2500 

496 

347 

429 

500 


430 

328 

385 

0 


369 

298 

337 


1750 

541 

369 

464 


4750 

570 

409 

498 


5750 

656 

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538 


9250 

772 

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622 


6750 

686 

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557 


9250 

753 

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618 


5750 

656 

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538 


9250 

772 

439 

622 


6750 

686 

400 

557 


9250 

753 

454 

618 


4750 

562 

379 

480 


4750 

558 

398 

486 


4750 

614 

355 

497 

0 


381 

289 

340 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015686 














2500 

488 

321 

413 


3250 

519 

341 

439 


2500 

488 

321 

413 


3250 

519 

341 

439 


2500 

500 

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428 


3250 

531 

330 

441 


3250 

531 

330 

441 


3250 

534 

331 

442 


4000 

528 

373 

458 

0 


395 

284 

345 

0 


395 

284 

345 


4000 

580 

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475 


8000 

710 

421 

580 


5750 

638 

370 

517 


8000 

736 

443 

604 


5750 

638 

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8000 

736 

443 

604 


11000 

840 

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688 


17500 

1050 

599 

847 


11000 

836 

481 

676 


12750 

902 

547 

742 


6750 

629 

441 

544 


11000 

831 

523 

692 

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357 

270 

318 

1250 


372 

270 

326 

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377 

302 

343 

2750 


332 

251 

295 

0 


393 

292 

347 

2750 


333 

251 

296 

1250 


369 

274 

326 


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392 

314 

357 

2750 


335 

256 

300 

0 


393 

292 

347 

2750 


344 

254 

303 


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402 

284 

349 


500 

428 

278 

361 


3250 

523 

351 

446 


500 

405 

292 

354 

2000 


352 

247 

305 

2250 


350 

240 

300 

3250 


326 

236 

285 

3250 


334 

227 

286 

750 


358 

271 

319 

750 


355 

258 

311 

2250 


347 

238 

298 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015687 



2000 


351 

239 

301 

500 


379 

281 

334 

3250 


324 

228 

281 

1000 


395 

265 

337 

1500 


357 

259 

313 

3250 


332 

223 

283 

0 


389 

274 

338 

4750 


212 

185 

200 

1500 


363 

247 

311 

1500 


366 

251 

314 

2750 


344 

243 

298 

3000 


341 

234 

293 


1500 

449 

319 

390 


1500 

431 

344 

392 


1500 

435 

344 

394 


1250 

517 

351 

442 


4000 

520 

391 

462 

gggMgM 

2500 

447 

372 

413 



0 

0 

0 

825Q 


0 

0 

0 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015688 





309.0 

247.7 

289.0 

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292.0 

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321.2 

335.0 

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282.0 
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383.5 
331.0 
385.0 
331.0 

376.5 
391.0 
339.0 

376.5 
396.0 
515.0 
331.0 

357.5 
357.0 
358.0 
390.0 
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380.0 
446.0 
458.0 

540.6 

651.3 
577.0 

646.3 

540.6 

651.3 
577.0 

646.3 
466.0 
463.0 

499.5 
311.0 


191.0 

165.1 

188.0 

200.0 

198.0 

199.0 

210.0 

202.4 

216.0 

210.0 

202.4 
189.0 
219.0 
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236.0 
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198.0 
225.0 
226.0 
310.0 
226.0 
223.0 
230.0 
230.0 
251.0 
231.0 
223.0 
260.0 
295.0 

299.8 

362.7 

309.4 

377.5 

299.8 

362.7 

309.4 

377.5 
296.0 
307.0 

269.5 
214.0 


255.9 

210.5 

243.6 

257.8 

250.8 

250.2 

274.4 

267.7 

281.4 

274.4 

267.7 

240.2 

295.4 

315.8 

269.4 
318.0 

269.4 

308.3 

315.9 

275.6 

308.3 

319.5 

422.8 

283.8 
297.0 

299.9 

300.4 

327.4 

295.4 

309.4 

362.3 

384.6 

432.3 

521.4 

456.6 

525.3 

432.3 

521.4 

456.6 

525.3 

389.5 

392.8 
396.0 

267.4 


378.7 

325.6 

362.1 

378.6 
366.0 

373.7 
415.0 
398.0 

424.4 
415.0 
398.0 
360.0 
452.0 

481.7 

415.7 

492.9 

415.7 

473.4 

483.9 

425.6 

473.4 

492.3 

640.3 

419.7 
451.0 

445.6 

451.6 
496.0 

430.5 
369.0 
541.0 

569.6 

656.3 

771.6 

685.6 

753.1 

656.3 

771.6 

685.6 

753.1 
562.0 
558.0 

613.8 

381.4 


267.1 

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280.1 
271.0 

280.2 
295.0 

276.6 

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295.0 

276.6 
272.0 
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326.0 

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320.9 

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302.9 
299.0 

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302.9 

309.7 

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312.5 

315.7 

321.9 
347.0 

328.5 
298.0 
369.0 

409.5 

394.3 

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400.2 
454.0 

394.3 

439.1 

400.2 
454.0 
379.0 
398.0 

354.8 

289.2 


328.5 

285.4 

314.1 

334.3 

323.2 

331.6 
361.0 

343.4 

369.8 
361.0 

343.4 

320.4 

386.3 

411.6 

348.9 

415.6 

348.9 

396.7 

400.7 

360.1 

396.7 

410.1 

533.6 

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388.7 

387.1 

393.2 
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538.4 
622.0 

557.2 

618.5 

538.4 
622.0 

557.2 

618.5 

479.6 
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497.3 

339.9 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015689 






396.0 

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363.4 

519.0 

341.0 

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256.0 

335.8 

500.0 

341.0 

427.7 

252.5 

348.9 

530.7 

330.5 

427.7 

252.5 

348.9 

530.7 

330.5 

444.0 

243.0 

353.6 

534.0 

330.6 

427.0 

269.0 

355.9 

528.0 

372.7 

312.7 

210.3 

266.6 

395.4 

284.3 

312.7 

210.3 

266.6 

395.4 

284.3 

462.0 

263.0 

372.4 

580.0 

347.0 

576.0 

314.0 

458.1 

709.5 

420.8 

511.0 

278.0 

406.2 

638.3 

369.6 

617.0 

333.0 

489.2 

736.3 

442.9 

511.0 

278.0 

406.2 

638.3 

369.6 

617.0 

333.0 

489.2 

736.3 

442.9 

690.0 

408.0 

563.1 

840.4 

501.0 

885.0 

495.0 

709.5 

1050.0 

599.0 

705.0 

353.0 

546.6 

836.0 

481.0 

771.0 

418.0 

612.2 

902.0 

547.0 

524.0 

346.0 

443.9 

628.6 

441.0 

708.0 

392.0 

565.8 

831.0 

523.0 

277.9 

191.7 

239.1 

357.0 

270.4 

290.3 

191.7 

245.9 

371.7 

270.4 

306.6 

211.2 

263.7 

377.1 

302.3 

253.0 

176.0 

218.4 

331.8 

251.0 

322.0 

206.1 

269.8 

392.7 

291.6 

254.0 

176.0 

218.9 

333.0 

251.0 

287.7 

194.3 

245.7 

368.6 

273.9 

308.8 

219.0 

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392.5 

313.5 

256.0 

180.0 

221.8 

335.4 

256.4 

322.0 

206.1 

269.8 

392.7 

291.6 

263.0 

178.0 

224.8 

343.6 

253.7 

327.7 

209.1 

274.3 

402.3 

284.1 

347.4 

204.8 

283.2 

428.4 

278.4 

434.0 

265.0 

358.0 

523.0 

351.0 

321.0 

213.0 

272.4 

404.7 

291.7 

274.0 

174.0 

229.0 

352.4 

246.5 

272.0 

169.0 

225.6 

350.1 

239.8 

247.7 

165.1 

210.5 

325.6 

236.3 

255.0 

158.0 

211.4 

334.2 

226.8 

288.0 

195.0 

246.2 

358.0 

270.7 

294.0 

191.0 

247.7 

354.6 

257.9 

269.6 

168.0 

223.9 

347.2 

238.5 


VW FOIA, EPA 


412.8 

438.9 

412.8 

438.9 

428.4 

440.6 

440.6 

442.5 

458.1 

345.4 

345.4 

475.2 

579.6 

517.4 

604.3 

517.4 

604.3 

687.7 
847.0 

676.2 

742.2 

544.2 

692.4 
318.0 

326.1 

343.4 

295.4 

347.2 

296.1 
326.0 
357.0 

299.8 

347.2 

303.2 

349.2 

360.9 

445.6 

353.9 

304.7 

300.5 

285.4 

285.9 

318.7 

311.1 

298.3 


2017-FFP 015690 



272.8 

168.4 

225.8 

351.0 

239.0 

300.6 


302.4 

201.2 

256.9 

378.6 

280.6 

334.5 


246.0 

159.0 

206.8 

323.6 

228.1 

280.6 


310.0 

188.0 

255.1 

394.9 

265.4 

336.6 


302.0 

179.0 

246.6 

356.6 

259.3 

312.8 


253.0 

155.0 

208.9 

331.8 

222.7 

282.7 


316.2 

198.2 

263.1 

389.2 

274.4 

337.5 


155.0 

136.0 

146.4 

211.9 

184.8 

199.7 


283.0 

174.7 

234.3 

363.0 

247.5 

311.0 


285.3 

177.3 

236.7 

365.8 

251.0 

314.1 


263.0 

170.0 

221.2 

343.6 

242.9 

298.3 


261.0 

163.0 

217.0 

341.3 

233.5 

292.8 


372.0 

238.0 

311.7 

449.0 

319.0 

390.5 


340.8 

246.4 

298.3 

431.3 

344.0 

392.0 


343.9 

246.4 

300.0 

435.0 

344.0 

394.0 


422.0 

248.0 

343.7 

517.0 

351.0 

442.3 


416.0 

281.0 

355.2 

520.1 

390.6 

461.8 


354.0 

267.0 

314.8 

446.9 

371.8 

413.1 


0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

4.0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

4.0 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015691 




N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

4.2 

4.2 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

3.4 

3.4 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

3.4 

3.4 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

4.2 

4.2 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

4.5 

4.5 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

7.1 

7.1 

N 

6.2 

6.2 

N 

7.1 

7.1 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

7.1 

7.1 

N 

6.2 

6.2 

N 

7.1 

7.1 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

5.6 

5.6 

N 

3.8 

3.8 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015692 







N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

5.3 

5.3 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

5.3 

5.3 

N 

6.7 

6.7 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

6.7 

6.7 

N 

5.9 

5.9 

N 

6.7 

6.7 

N 

7.7 

7.7 

N 

10.0 

10.0 

N 

7.7 

7.7 

N 

8.3 

8.3 

N 

6.2 

6.2 

N 

7.7 

7.7 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

5.0 

5.0 

N 

4.0 

4.0 

N 

3.4 

3.4 

N 

3.3 

3.3 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.3 

3.3 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015693 



N 

3.4 

3.4 

N 

3.7 

3.7 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

2.8 

2.8 

N 

3.8 

3.8 

N 

2.2 

2.2 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

3.6 

3.6 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

2.9 

2.9 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

4.3 

4.3 

N 

5.3 

5.3 

N 

4.8 

4.8 

N 

29.0 

OJ 

■gJII 

N 


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VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015694 






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VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015695 














VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015696 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015697 



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VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015698 









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VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015699 



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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015700 



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VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015701 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015702 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015703 



To: Grundler, Christopher[grundler.christopher@epa.gov] 

Cc: Charmley, William[charmley.william@epa.gov] 

From: [ ex."7 I(EEO) 

Sent: Tue 16/7/2014 3:29:21 PM 

Subject: FFV Weighting Factor 

EPA FFV F Factor Prooosal.pdf 


Hello Chris, 


As a follow-up to our phone conversation today, attached please find a proposal for a guidance 
letter concerning an FFV weighting factor. I have taken the liberty of adding Bill to this email as 
well to keep him informed of the proposal - Bill, please feel free to call me and we can discuss 
in more detail. 


Chris, many thanks for the great, open discussion on this topic. I fully agree with many of your 
comments and I know it is not an easy topic. Despite the challenges, at Volkswagen we feel that 
this proposal is consistent with our position during the GHG rulemaking negotiations and 
consistent with our interest and research in very low carbon footprint ethanol fuel. 


The candid thoughts were very much appreciated. 


Best regards and please feel free to talk to Volkswagen about any topics going forward, 


Ex. 7 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015704 







GROUP OF AMERICA 


October 7,2014 

Mr. Christopher Grundler 
IJSEPA Headquarters 
William Jefferson Clinton Building 
1200 Pennsylvania Avenue NW 
MC6401A 

Washington, DC 20460 
Mr. William Charmley 

USEPA National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory/OAR 
2565 Plymouth Road 
Ann Arbor, MI 48105 

Dear Chris and Bill, 

I am writing to request that EPA issue the enclosed Draft Guidance Letter concerning the E85 
weighting factor (“F factor”) for model year 2016-2025 flex fuel vehicles. The F factor is used 
to estimate the volume of E85 combusted in flex fuel vehicles for the purpose of calculating the 
greenhouse gas emissions of such vehicles. 

Volkswagen makes this request pursuant to 40 C.F.R. § 600.510-12(k), which provides that 
“manufacturers may request the use of alternative values for the weighting factor F,” and that 
“[u]pon written request from a manufacturer, the Administrator will determine and publish by 
written guidance an appropriate value of F for each requested alternative fuel 

In the GHG rule, EPA provided a utility factor for dual fuel compressed natural gas (CNG) 
vehicles and Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (“PHEV), but not E85 FFVs. However, EPA 
"commit[ted] to providing early [F factor] guidance to [E85 FFVJ manufacturers well in advance 
of each model year,” recognizing that “planning and manufacturing commitments for future 
production of FFVs may depend on knowing the future regulatory environment.” 1 

Thereafter, EPA issued a “Draft Guidance Letter” that would have set an E85 F factor of 0.2 for 


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3800 HAMLIN ROAD 
AUBURN HlttS, Ml 48326 
PHONf +1 248 754 $000 


‘2017 and Later Mode! Year Light-Duty Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Corporate Average Fuel Economy 
Standards, Final Rule, 77 Fed. Reg. 62624,62830 (2012). 


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A 

model years 2016 through 2019, but this guidance was never finalized, and EPA has yet to take 
any action on the E85 F factor. 

Several key assumptions underlying the CAFE rule’s treatment of E85 and the subsequent Draft 
Guidance Letter are no longer valid, and changed circumstances justify a new approach to the F 
factor for E85. 


First, EPA’s recent Clean Power Plan signals the agency’s commitment to progress on climate 
change as a major agency priority. EPA has hitherto sought to limit greenhouse gas emissions 
through regulation of stationary sources and vehicles, but a comprehensive climate change 
strategy will include fuel as well. Increasing the number of FFVs on the road eventually would 
give EPA the freedom to initiate a shift to cleaner, higher-octane fuel, thereby reducing 
emissions of CO 2 . 


Second, on November 29,2013, EPA issued a proposed partial waiver of the Renewable Fuel 
Standard’s blending requirement for 2014. 2 3 4 This is significant, because EPA relied on the RFS’s 
ability to drive ethanol demand when it denied a utility factor for E85: “ [I] f actual use of E85 and 
other higher-ethanol blends increases, for example in response to future RFS requirements and/or 
due to more competitive pricing, then the regulations already allow automakers to apply a higher 
E85 weighting consistent with the greater use of the fuel.” 5 In light of the partial waiver, the RFS 
can no longer be relied upon to drive ethanol usage above the E10 “blendwall” without some 
additional incentive to produce FFVs. Increasing the number of FFVs in the national fleet would 
help to overcome the blendwall and enable compliance with the RFS’s statutory blending 
requirements. 


Third, in denying an F factor for E85, EPA referred to “fuel use data [that] demonstrate[s] that 
ethanol FFVs only use E85 less than one percent of the time.” 6 More recent experience has 
shown that when FFVs make up a significant portion of the vehicles in an area, station owners 
will invest in the infrastructure necessary to sell E85 and price it competitively with gasoline on 
an energy basis. In such areas, FFV owners use E85 a significant portion of the time. By making 
it cost effective for manufacturers to produce FFVs, EPA would enable the market conditions 
necessary for nationwide ethanol-gasoline price parity. 


2 Available at http://www.epa.gov/otaq/regs/ld-hwy/greenhouse/documents/draft-ffv-guidance-letter.pdf. 

3 As researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory concluded in one recently study, “[t]he unique properties of 
midlevel alcohol-gasoline blends were shown to be the enabling technology toward higher engine efficiency, 
leading to feasible near-term increases in vehicle efficiency and reductions in CO .” Derek A Splitter & James P. 

Szybist, Experimental Investigation of Spark-Ignited Combustion with High-Octane Biofuels and EGR. /. Engine 
Load Range and Downsize Downspeed Opportunity, Energy & Fuels (2013); see also Control of Air Pollution from 
Motor Vehicles; Tier 3 Motor Vehicle Emission and Fuel Standards, 78 Fed. Reg. 29825,29911 (noting that a 30% 
ethanol blend “could help manufacturers who wish to raise compression ratios to improve vehicle efficiency, as a 
step toward complying with the 2017 and later light-duty greenhouse gas and CAFE standards.”). 

4 2014 Standards for the Renewable Fuel Standard Program, Proposed Rule, 78 Fed. Reg. 71732. 


5 77 Fed. Reg. at 62830. 

6 Id, 


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Finally, the draft Guidance document provides manufacturers assurance of an F factor only 
through Model Year 2019, but as the agency knows, the automobile production cycle is several 
years long, and manufacturers will soon be making decisions that affect the number of FFVs 
produced in Model Year 2020 and beyond. By Model Year 2019, the statutory incentive to 
produce FFVs will be fully phased out. 7 Thus, our proposed Guidance would provide an F factor 
through 2025. 

For these reasons we respectfully request that you issue the enclosed Draft Guidance Letter. 


Sincerely, 



Stuart I Johnson 

Senior Manager 

Powertrain Regulatory Affairs 

Volkswagen Group of America 

Engineering and Environmental Office 

3800 Hamlin Road 

Auburn Hills, MI 48326 

Phone: 248-754-4208 


7 49 U.S.C. § 32906. 


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06/20/2017 


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Proposed Guidance Letter 


CD-I3-XX (LD) SUBJECT: E85 Flexible Fuel Vehicle Weighting Factor for 

Model Year 2016-2025 Vehicles 


Dear Manufacturer: 

Under EPA’s light-duty vehicle greenhouse gas (GHG) program, starting with the 2016 model 
year, the regulations describe two pathways for determining the GHG value for a gasoline-E85 
flexible fuel vehicle (FFV). The default approach is to use the value determined for operation 
on gasoline (see 40 CFR 600.510-12(j)(2)(vi)). The alternative is to combine the gasoline and 
E85 GHG values together in a way that accounts for the real-world use of E85 with a weighting 
factor (this weighting factor is described as “F” in the regulations (see 40 CFR 
600.51012(j)(2)(vi) and (k)). 

The regulations describe two different approaches that may be used to determine the value of F. 
First, upon written request from a manufacturer, EPA “will determine and publish by written 
guidance an appropriate value of F for each requested alternative fuel based on the 
Administrator’s assessment of real-world use of the alternative fuel” (see 40 CFR 600.510- 
12(k)(l)). Second, a manufacturer may submit its own data to EPA that demonstrates the real- 
world use of the alternative fuel and determines an appropriate value of F specific to their 
vehicles (see 40 CFR 600.510-12(k)(2)). 

Several manufacturers have requested that EPA determine a value of F for E85 to apply to 2016 
and beyond model year FFVs, and that EPA publish guidance as early as possible. EPA is 
therefore issuing this guidance as directed by 40 CFR 600.510- 12(k)( 1). 

For the 2016 model year, manufacturers may determine a utility factor (F value) using the 
following calculation. F = 350 / CREE gas . This is optional; manufacturers may always continue 
to use the default value of 0, thus ignoring the E85 carbon-related exhaust emissions (CREE) 
value. Manufacturers may continue to use this calculation through the 2025 model year. 

The equation using the F factor is described in 40 CFR 6(50.510-12(j)(2)(vi) as follows: 

1) CREE = (F X CREEaii ) + (1 - F) X CREE gas , 

where CREE a | t is the CREE value calculated for the model type using the alternative fuel (in this 
case E85) and CREE gas is the CREE value calculated for the model type while operating on 
gasoline. 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015708 


There are several important things to note for manufacturers electing to use this F value: 

A. Do not apply a factor of 0,15 to the E85 CREE value before combining with the 
gasoline CREE value. The requirements to use a multiplier of 0.15 for purposes of the 
greenhouse gas emissions standards extend only through the 2015 model year (see 40 
CFR 600.510-12(j)(2)(iv) and (vi)). 

B. Manufacturers electing to use this F value must apply it to all gasoline-E85 
FFVs, regardless of the relative E85 and gasoline emission values. In other words, this 
value may not be used solely on FFVs where the E85 CREE value is lower than the 

w me CREE value. 


C. Manufacturers continue to retain the option of collecting their own data 
demonstrating the real-world use of E85 for those model types and similar industry 
models and requesting that EPA determine a unique F factor for use in the equation for 
those model types (see 40 CFR 600.510-12(k)(2)). 

In the event that a new certification fuel with an ethanol level above 10% is approved, this 
guidance will apply equally to that fuel with the CREEalt from the new certification fuel being 
used in equation 1 above. 

If you have any questions about this guidance, please contact your certification team 
representative. 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015709 



To: Pidgeon, Bill[pidgeon.bill@epa.gov] 

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To: Rodgers, William (EEO)[William.Rodgers@vw.com] 

From: Snyder, Jim 

Sent: Tue 10/7/2014 4:11:45 PM 

Subject: Grundler mtg 


I just checked his calendar and Byron’s mtg with Chris Grundler is from 2 to 4:00. 


Jim Snyder 

Light-Duty Vehicle Group 
Compliance Division 

United States Environmental Protection Agency 
(734) 214-4946 

snvder.iimi@epa.oov 


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GROUP OF AMERICA 


October 7,2014 

Mr. Christopher Grundler 
IJSEPA Headquarters 
William Jefferson Clinton Building 
1200 Pennsylvania Avenue NW 
MC6401A 

Washington, DC 20460 
Mr. William Charmley 

USEPA National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory/OAR 
2565 Plymouth Road 
Ann Arbor, MI 48105 

Dear Chris and Bill, 

I am writing to request that EPA issue the enclosed Draft Guidance Letter concerning the E85 
weighting factor (“F factor”) for model year 2016-2025 flex fuel vehicles. The F factor is used 
to estimate the volume of E85 combusted in flex fuel vehicles for the purpose of calculating the 
greenhouse gas emissions of such vehicles. 

Volkswagen makes this request pursuant to 40 C.F.R. § 600.510-12(k), which provides that 
“manufacturers may request the use of alternative values for the weighting factor F,” and that 
“[u]pon written request from a manufacturer, the Administrator will determine and publish by 
written guidance an appropriate value of F for each requested alternative fuel 

In the GHG rule, EPA provided a utility factor for dual fuel compressed natural gas (CNG) 
vehicles and Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (“PHEV), but not E85 FFVs. However, EPA 
"commit[ted] to providing early [F factor] guidance to [E85 FFVJ manufacturers well in advance 
of each model year,” recognizing that “planning and manufacturing commitments for future 
production of FFVs may depend on knowing the future regulatory environment.” 1 

Thereafter, EPA issued a “Draft Guidance Letter” that would have set an E85 F factor of 0.2 for 


VOLKSWAGEN GROUP OF AMERICA, INC. 
3800 HAMLIN ROAD 
AUBURN HlttS, Ml 48326 
PHONf +1 248 754 $000 


‘2017 and Later Mode! Year Light-Duty Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Corporate Average Fuel Economy 
Standards, Final Rule, 77 Fed. Reg. 62624,62830 (2012). 


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model years 2016 through 2019, but this guidance was never finalized, and EPA has yet to take 
any action on the E85 F factor. 

Several key assumptions underlying the CAFE rule’s treatment of E85 and the subsequent Draft 
Guidance Letter are no longer valid, and changed circumstances justify a new approach to the F 
factor for E85. 


First, EPA’s recent Clean Power Plan signals the agency’s commitment to progress on climate 
change as a major agency priority. EPA has hitherto sought to limit greenhouse gas emissions 
through regulation of stationary sources and vehicles, but a comprehensive climate change 
strategy will include fuel as well. Increasing the number of FFVs on the road eventually would 
give EPA the freedom to initiate a shift to cleaner, higher-octane fuel, thereby reducing 
emissions of CO 2 . 


Second, on November 29,2013, EPA issued a proposed partial waiver of the Renewable Fuel 
Standard’s blending requirement for 2014. 2 3 4 This is significant, because EPA relied on the RFS’s 
ability to drive ethanol demand when it denied a utility factor for E85: “ [I] f actual use of E85 and 
other higher-ethanol blends increases, for example in response to future RFS requirements and/or 
due to more competitive pricing, then the regulations already allow automakers to apply a higher 
E85 weighting consistent with the greater use of the fuel.” 5 In light of the partial waiver, the RFS 
can no longer be relied upon to drive ethanol usage above the E10 “blendwall” without some 
additional incentive to produce FFVs. Increasing the number of FFVs in the national fleet would 
help to overcome the blendwall and enable compliance with the RFS’s statutory blending 
requirements. 


Third, in denying an F factor for E85, EPA referred to “fuel use data [that] demonstrate[s] that 
ethanol FFVs only use E85 less than one percent of the time.” 6 More recent experience has 
shown that when FFVs make up a significant portion of the vehicles in an area, station owners 
will invest in the infrastructure necessary to sell E85 and price it competitively with gasoline on 
an energy basis. In such areas, FFV owners use E85 a significant portion of the time. By making 
it cost effective for manufacturers to produce FFVs, EPA would enable the market conditions 
necessary for nationwide ethanol-gasoline price parity. 


2 Available at http://www.epa.gov/otaq/regs/ld-hwy/greenhouse/documents/draft-ffv-guidance-letter.pdf. 

3 As researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory concluded in one recently study, “[t]he unique properties of 
midlevel alcohol-gasoline blends were shown to be the enabling technology toward higher engine efficiency, 
leading to feasible near-term increases in vehicle efficiency and reductions in CO .” Derek A Splitter & James P. 

Szybist, Experimental Investigation of Spark-Ignited Combustion with High-Octane Biofuels and EGR. /. Engine 
Load Range and Downsize Downspeed Opportunity, Energy & Fuels (2013); see also Control of Air Pollution from 
Motor Vehicles; Tier 3 Motor Vehicle Emission and Fuel Standards, 78 Fed. Reg. 29825,29911 (noting that a 30% 
ethanol blend “could help manufacturers who wish to raise compression ratios to improve vehicle efficiency, as a 
step toward complying with the 2017 and later light-duty greenhouse gas and CAFE standards.”). 

4 2014 Standards for the Renewable Fuel Standard Program, Proposed Rule, 78 Fed. Reg. 71732. 


5 77 Fed. Reg. at 62830. 

6 Id, 


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Finally, the draft Guidance document provides manufacturers assurance of an F factor only 
through Model Year 2019, but as the agency knows, the automobile production cycle is several 
years long, and manufacturers will soon be making decisions that affect the number of FFVs 
produced in Model Year 2020 and beyond. By Model Year 2019, the statutory incentive to 
produce FFVs will be fully phased out. 7 Thus, our proposed Guidance would provide an F factor 
through 2025. 

For these reasons we respect fully request that you issue the enclosed Draft Guidance Letter. 
Sincerely, 

Ex. 7 

i_i 

Volkswagen Group of America 
Engineering and Environmental Office 
3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, MI 48326 

I .Ex 7 ! 


7 49 U.S.C. § 32906. 


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Proposed Guidance Letter 


CD-I3-XX (LD) SUBJECT: E85 Flexible Fuel Vehicle Weighting Factor for 

Model Year 2016-2025 Vehicles 


Dear Manufacturer: 

Under EPA’s light-duty vehicle greenhouse gas (GHG) program, starting with the 2016 model 
year, the regulations describe two pathways for determining the GHG value for a gasoline-E85 
flexible fuel vehicle (FFV). The default approach is to use the value determined for operation 
on gasoline (see 40 CFR 600.510-12(j)(2)(vi)). The alternative is to combine the gasoline and 
E85 GHG values together in a way that accounts for the real-world use of E85 with a weighting 
factor (this weighting factor is described as “F” in the regulations (see 40 CFR 
600.51012(j)(2)(vi) and (k)). 

The regulations describe two different approaches that may be used to determine the value of F. 
First, upon written request from a manufacturer, EPA “will determine and publish by written 
guidance an appropriate value of F for each requested alternative fuel based on the 
Administrator’s assessment of real-world use of the alternative fuel” (see 40 CFR 600.510- 
12(k)(l)). Second, a manufacturer may submit its own data to EPA that demonstrates the real- 
world use of the alternative fuel and determines an appropriate value of F specific to their 
vehicles (see 40 CFR 600.510-12(k)(2)). 

Several manufacturers have requested that EPA determine a value of F for E85 to apply to 2016 
and beyond model year FFVs, and that EPA publish guidance as early as possible. EPA is 
therefore issuing this guidance as directed by 40 CFR 600.510- 12(k)( 1). 

For the 2016 model year, manufacturers may determine a utility factor (F value) using the 
following calculation. F = 350 / CREE gas . This is optional; manufacturers may always continue 
to use the default value of 0, thus ignoring the E85 carbon-related exhaust emissions (CREE) 
value. Manufacturers may continue to use this calculation through the 2025 model year. 

The equation using the F factor is described in 40 CFR 6(50.510-12(j)(2)(vi) as follows: 

1) CREE = (F X CREEaii ) + (1 - F) X CREE gas , 

where CREE a | t is the CREE value calculated for the model type using the alternative fuel (in this 
case E85) and CREE gas is the CREE value calculated for the model type while operating on 
gasoline. 


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There are several important things to note for manufacturers electing to use this F value: 

A. Do not apply a factor of 0,15 to the E85 CREE value before combining with the 
gasoline CREE value. The requirements to use a multiplier of 0.15 for purposes of the 
greenhouse gas emissions standards extend only through the 2015 model year (see 40 
CFR 600.510-12(j)(2)(iv) and (vi)). 

B. Manufacturers electing to use this F value must apply it to all gasoline-E85 
FFVs, regardless of the relative E85 and gasoline emission values. In other words, this 
value may not be used solely on FFVs where the E85 CREE value is lower than the 

w me CREE value. 


C. Manufacturers continue to retain the option of collecting their own data 
demonstrating the real-world use of E85 for those model types and similar industry 
models and requesting that EPA determine a unique F factor for use in the equation for 
those model types (see 40 CFR 600.510-12(k)(2)). 

In the event that a new certification fuel with an ethanol level above 10% is approved, this 
guidance will apply equally to that fuel with the CREEalt from the new certification fuel being 
used in equation 1 above. 

If you have any questions about this guidance, please contact your certification team 
representative. 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


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To: Charmley, William[charmley.william@epa.gov]; Lieske, 

Christopher[lieske.christopher@epa.gov]; French, Roberts[french.roberts@epa.gov] 

Cc: Olechiw, Michaei[oiechiw.michaei@epa.gov]; Bunker, Byron[bunker.byron@epa.gov] 

From: Moran, Robin 

Sent: Tue 10/7/2014 4:44:24 PM 

Subject: RE: FFV Weighting Factor 


Sure, we'll take a look, but this is completely out of the blue. Haven’t heard a word from VW 
before this. They never even gave public comments on the draft F factor. Weird. 


From: Charmiey, William 

Sent: Tuesday, October 07, 2014 12:42 PM 

To: Lieske, Christopher; French, Roberts; Moran, Robin 

Cc: Olechiw, Michael; Bunker, Byron 

Subject: FW: FFV Weighting Factor 


Chris, Rob and Robin 


Can you all look at this letter from VW. I don’t really understand why they decided to send this, 
or have| Ex. 7 "ball Chris on it (I received a call from! £ Xi 7 this morning but I was busy). 


What is the actual proposal from VW in this letter regarding the F-factor value for FFVs? 


Thanks 

Bill 


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From: 

Sent: YuesQay;''OcToBer'07',''20T4'TT:29'A1W 


To: Grundler, Christopher 
Cc: Charmley, William 
Subject: FFV Weighting Factor 


Hello Chris, 


As a follow-up to our phone conversation today, attached please find a proposal for a guidance 
letter concerning an FFV weighting factor. I have taken the liberty of adding Bill to this email as 
well to keep him informed of the proposal - Bill, please feel free to call me and we can discuss 
in more detail. 


Chris, many thanks for the great, open discussion on this topic. I fully agree with many of your 
comments and I know it is not an easy topic. Despite the challenges, at Volkswagen we feel that 
this proposal is consistent with our position during the GHG ailemaking negotiations and 
consistent with our interest and research in very low carbon footprint ethanol fuel. 


The candid thoughts were very much appreciated. 


Best regards and please feel free to talk to Volkswagen about any topics going forward, 


Ex. 7 


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To: Good, David[good.david@epa.gov] 

From: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Sent: Tue 10/7/2014 6:52:50 PM 

Subject: RE: 2015 FE Guide - Data in Verify as of Oct 2, 2014 - including the eGolf 


Hi Dave; 


Thanks for the information. I have a couple more questions. Why are there two rows for the 
same e-Golf 109 index? One row seems to have MPGe numbers while the other has kW-hr/100 
mile values. Where do I input the fuel consumption number in kW-hr per 100 miles in Verify. I 
originally put it into the field that I normally put the fuel consumption in MPG, but the message I 
see from your report said that electric cars should be zero. Where you going to run your audit 
again for this index? 


If you can call tomorrow, I would appreciate it. 


Thanks, 

Richard 


From: Good, David [mailto:good.david@epa.gov] 

Sent: Tuesday, October 07, 2014 11:25 AM 
To: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Cc: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Subject: RE: 2015 FE Guide - Data in Verify as of Oct 2, 2014 - including the eGolf 


Richard, 


I’m sorry—the fuel cost error statements in the dataset are incorrect. 


The EPA EV calculator calculates annual fuel cost correctly. I didn’t have the calculator results 
when I sent you the dataset errors. The macro’s calculations of $500 annual fuel cost and $8500 
5-year savings are wrong. 


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The spreadsheet calculations are based on the equation in 600.31 l-12(e). In that equation, it 
doesn’t make sense to round miles per kW-hr—-so that’s why the calculator used the unrounded 
value. 


So the values you input into Verify were correct ($550 annual fuel cost and $8250 for the 5-year 
savings). 


Dave 


From: Thomas, Richard (EEO) f mailto:Richard.Thomas@vw.com' 

Sent: Monday, October 06, 2014 8:27 AM 

To: Good, David 

Cc: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Subject: RE: 2015 FE Guide - Data in Verify as of Oct 2, 2014 - including the eGolf 


Hi Dave; 


I assume you are not in today but back on Tuesday. This is what I found, I used the same EPA 
EV calculator that you sent again and found that the calculator does not use a rounded combined 
kW-hr/100 mi number but rather an unrounded value of 29.2205 which then multiplied by the 
15,000 miles and times the 0.12 cents gives a value of 525.9690 which then rounds to the $550 
value I entered into verify. If I use a rounded value of 29 kW-hr/100 mi I get your $500 annual 
fuel cost value. It appears that Verify uses a rounded value. I also noticed that the unrounded 
fuel cost number in the calculator takes the unrounded adjusted combine value in miles per kW- 
hr and not the 29 rounded kW-hr/100 mi value. So maybe the calculator needs to be undated to 
use the rounded combined kW-hr/100 mile value in the annual fuel cost calculation. What do 
you think? 


Thanks, 

Richard 


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From: Good, David fmailto:qood.david@epa.gov' 

Sent: Friday, October 03, 2014 3:50 PM 
To: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Subject: 2015 FE Guide - Data in Verify as of Oct 2, 2014 - including the eGolf 


Richard, 


Our macro picked up a few errors for the eGolf. 


I couldn’t double check your values since I don’t have your spreadsheet calculator for the eGolf 
(and I didn’t bother to look in Verify for the test data). I’ll attach a generic EV spreadsheet for 
your convenience (although I think I’ve sent it to you before). 


I get $500 for the annual fuel cost, as follows: 


Ann Fuel Cost = 15,000 miles x 29 kW-hr/100 miles x $0.12 per kW-hr = $522, which rounds to 
$500. 


Dave 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015724 



To: Charmley, William[charmley.william@epa.gov]; French, Roberts[french.roberts@epa.gov]; 

Moran, Robin[moran.robin@epa.gov] 

Cc: Olechiw, Michael[olechiw.michaei@epa.gov]; Bunker, Byron[bunker.byron@epa.gov] 

From: Lieske, Christopher 

Sent: Tue 10/7/2014 7:11:05 PM 

Subject: RE: FFV Weighting Factor 


Bill and Byron 


We’ve reviewed the letter from VW. The cover letter seems to be saying that EPA should use 
the guidance to incentivize FFVs to support the use of E85. Of course, EPA decided in the LD 
GHG rules not to provide incentives for FFVs after MY 2015. The reasons VW provides for 
incentivizing FFVs are: (1) more FFVs would give EPA the freedom to shift to cleaner, higher 
octane fuel in the future (2) more FFVs would help overcome the blendwall and enable 
compliance with RFS requirements and (3) more FFVs will provide station owners with an 
incentive to make E85 available. 


VW does not provide any explanation or methodology supporting their F factor proposal. The 
VW proposal would establish F=350/CREEgas. In most cases, this would result in an F factor 
greater than 1 and a weighted CREE value below the CREE value of the FFV when tested on 
E85. VW also recommends that the F factor be extended out to 2025. 


From: Charmley, William 

Sent: Tuesday, October 07, 2014 12:42 PM 

To: Lieske, Christopher; French, Roberts; Moran, Robin 

Cc: Olechiw, Michael; Bunker, Byron 

Subject: FW: FFV Weighting Factor 


Chris, Rob and Robin 


Can you all look at this letter from VW. I don’t really understand why they decided to send this, 
or have [ Ex. 7 jcall Chris on it (I received a call fromj Ex. 7 1 this morning but I was busy). 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015725 





What is the actual proposal from VW in this letter regarding the F-factor value for FFVs? 


Thanks 



Frorrfi Ex. 7 

Sent: TuesdayfOcf6ber"077T6T4'TT. r 29"/^' 
To: Grundler, Christopher 
Cc: Charmley, William 
Subject: FFV Weighting Factor 


Hello Chris, 


As a follow-up to our phone conversation today, attached please find a proposal for a guidance 
letter concerning an FFV weighting factor. I have taken the liberty of adding Bill to this email as 
well to keep him informed of the proposal - Bill, please feel free to call me and we can discuss 
in more detail. 


Chris, many thanks for the great, open discussion on this topic. I fully agree with many of your 
comments and I know it is not an easy topic. Despite the challenges, at Volkswagen we feel that 
this proposal is consistent with our position during the GHG rulemaking negotiations and 
consistent with our interest and research in very low carbon footprint ethanol fuel. 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015726 






The candid thoughts were very much appreciated. 


Best regards and please feel free to talk to Volkswagen about any topics going forward, 


Ex. 7 ! 

_j 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015727 




To: Harry.Thompson@dot.gov[Harry.Thompson@dot.gov] 

From: Good, David 

Sent: Tue 10/7/2014 9:04:52 PM 

Subject: EPA approved the 2012 Porsche/VW CAFE/GHG 

Harry, 


I’m not sure when we approved it—but the detailed data, letter etc it should be in your EPA 
mailbox. 


Dave 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015728 



To: Thomas, Richard (EEO)[RichardThomas@vw.com] 

From: Good, David 

Sent: Tue 10/7/2014 9:17:15 PM 

Subject: RE: 2015 FE Guide - Data in Verify as of Oct 2, 2014 - including the eGolf 

VW Group 2015 FEGuide-all rel dates-no-sales-10-2-2014.xlsx 


Richard, 


Our macro generates 2 rows for all PHEVs & EVs. You can see the data for all other EVs & 
PHEVs in the download the datafile (PHEV or EV tab) at www.fueleconomv.gov . 


Wherever you entered fuel consumption value of 29.0 in Verify, please revise it to zero. 
(Electric vehicles don’t consume any gasoline.) I think you entered the kw-hr/100 mile data 
correctly—-in the mpg fields with different units. 


I ran the query around 1PM today. I can ran it again whenever you need it. 


Dave 


From: Thomas, Richard (EEO) [mailto:Richard.Thomas@vw.com] 

Sent: Tuesday, October 07, 2014 2:53 PM 
To: Good, David 

Subject: RE: 2015 FE Guide - Data in Verify as of Oct 2, 2014 - including the eGolf 


Hi Dave; 


Thanks for the information. I have a couple more questions. Why are there two rows for the 
same e-Golf 109 index? One row seems to have MPGe numbers while the other has kW-hr/100 
mile values. Where do I input the fuel consumption number in kW-hr per 100 miles in Verify. I 
originally put it into the field that I normally put the fuel consumption in MPG, but the message I 
see from your report said that electric cars should be zero. Where you going to run your audit 
again for this index? 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015729 



If you can call tomorrow, I would appreciate it. 


Thanks, 

Richard 


From: Good, David r mailto:oood.david@epa.aov' 

Sent: Tuesday, October 07, 2014 11:25 AM 
To: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Cc: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Subject: RE: 2015 FE Guide - Data in Verify as of Oct 2, 2014 - including the eGolf 


Richard, 


I’m sorry—the fuel cost error statements in the dataset are incorrect. 


The EPA EV calculator calculates annual fuel cost correctly. I didn’t have the calculator results 
when I sent you the dataset errors. The macro’s calculations of $500 annual fuel cost and $8500 
5-year savings are wrong. 


The spreadsheet calculations are based on the equation in 600.31 l-12(e). In that equation, it 
doesn’t make sense to round miles per kW-hr—so that’s why the calculator used the unrounded 
value. 


So the values you input into Verify were correct ($550 annual fuel cost and $8250 for the 5-year 
savings). 


Dave 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015730 



From: Thomas, Richard (EEO) f mailto:Richard.Thomas@vw.corn 

Sent: Monday, October 06, 2014 8:27 AM 

To: Good, David 

Cc: Giles, Michael (EEO) 

Subject: RE: 2015 FE Guide - Data in Verify as of Oct 2, 2014 - including the eGolf 


Hi Dave; 


I assume you are not in today but back, on Tuesday. This is what I found, I used the same EPA 
EV calculator that you sent again and found that the calculator does not use a rounded combined 
kW-hr/100 mi number but rather an unrounded value of 29.2205 which then multiplied by the 
15,000 miles and times the 0.12 cents gives a value of 525.9690 which then rounds to the $550 
value I entered into verify. If I use a rounded value of 29 kW-hr/100 mi I get your $500 annual 
fuel cost value. It appears that Verify uses a rounded value. I also noticed that the unrounded 
fuel cost number in the calculator takes the unrounded adjusted combine value in miles per kW- 
hr and not the 29 rounded kW-hr/100 mi value. So maybe the calculator needs to be undated to 
use the rounded combined kW-hr/100 mile value in the annual fuel cost calculation. What do 
you think? 


Thanks, 

Richard 


From: Good, David f mailto:aood.david@epa.gov' 

Sent: Friday, October 03, 2014 3:50 PM 
To: Thomas, Richard (EEO) 

Subject: 2015 FE Guide - Data in Verify as of Oct 2, 2014 - including the eGolf 


Richard, 


Our macro picked up a few errors for the eGolf. 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015731 



I couldn’t double check your values since I don’t have your spreadsheet calculator for the eGolf 
(and I didn’t bother to look in Verify for the test data). I’ll attach a generic EV spreadsheet for 
your convenience (although I think I’ve sent it to you before). 


I get $500 for the annual fuel cost, as follows: 


Ann Fuel Cost = 15,000 miles x 29 kW-hr/100 miles x $0.12 per kW-hr = $522, which rounds to 
$500. 


Dave 


VWFOIA, EPA 06/20/2017 2017-FFP 015732 



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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015733 












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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015734 








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40.8000 

33.2591 

Auto(AM-5 

30 

40 

34 

39.7000 

56.5000 

45.8327 

ManuaI(M 

23 

31 

26 

27.7589 

43.4112 

33.1352 

Manual(M 

30 

40 

34 

38.7000 

57.2000 

45.2919 

Auto(AM-5 

22 

31 

25 

26.9290 

42.1849 

32.1632 

Manual(M 

21 

32 

25 

25.6435 

43.4548 

31.4431 

Auto(S6) 

17 

25 

20 

20.5000 

33.5000 

24.8373 

Auto(AM-5 

22 

30 

25 

27.5000 

41.5000 

32.4219 

Auto(S6) 

25 

36 

29 

32.5000 

51.1000 

38.8661 

Manual(M 

25 

37 

30 

32.6000 

52.5000 

39.3042 

Auto(AM-5 

31 

43 

36 

41.0359 

61.6186 

48.2955 


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mod^y®®o©xc^t.ioo600^)I^snd 600 

Auto(AM-S 

25 

33 

28 

30.7000 

45.3000 

35.9078 

Manual(M 

25 

34 

28 

30.0000 

46.4000 

35.6740 

Auto(S6) 

25 

37 

30 

32.7401 

52.6000 

39.4414 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015737 




Manual(M 

25 

37 

29 

32.3787 

52.4790 

39.1216 

Auto(AM-S 

24 

32 

27 

29.5595 

44.4600 

34.8093 

Auto(AM-5 

31 

45 

36 

41.3000 

64.1000 

49.1703 

Auto(S6) 

23 

34 

26 

28.7000 

47.5000 

34.9193 

Manual(M 

25 

34 

28 

29.3000 

49.6000 

35.9145 

Manual(M 

31 

46 

36 

40.2000 

65.6000 

48.6823 

Manual(M 

23 

33 

26 

28.2801 

45.1600 

33.9987 

Auto(AM-5 

42 

48 

45 

57.5000 

65.3000 

60.7663 

Auto(S6) 

24 

36 

28 

31.2000 

50.5769 

37.6995 

Manual(M 

24 

35 

28 

30.9734 

49.8831 

37.3437 

Auto(AM-5 

30 

42 

34 

38.7000 

59.9000 

46.0312 

Manual(M 

30 

44 

35 

39.0000 

62.4000 

46.9173 

Auto(AM-5 

20 

28 

23 

23.9000 

37.3000 

28.5088 

Auto(S6) 

21 

26 

23 

25.9873 

36.0386 

29.7169 

Auto(S6) 

20 

26 

23 

25.7711 

36.0238 

29.5565 

Auto(S8) 

20 

29 

23 

24.1000 

41.0000 

29.5883 

Auto(S8) 

17 

23 

19 

21.3000 

31.6000 

24.9612 

Auto(S8) 

20 

24 

21 

25.1000 

33.1000 

28.1631 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015738 



C<MMMjGuzzler? Air Aspir lAir AspiraTrans Trans DesTrans, Oth# Gears 


23.4556 

33.3421 

27.0673 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

31.1996 

43.0359 

35.6064 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

24.3444 

34.5845 

28.0867 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

23.3120 

31.5429 

26.4136 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

24.0818 

32.6198 

27.2970 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

23.6858 

31.6788 

26.7189 

TC 

TurbocharjS CV 

Selectable 

8 

8(^l^J84soi3o]cPii?se !2eK5§2T?lease 

date f<ethe effecf%g(§)^§ r }#hen vehic^rMW§trc£labelIed; 

8 

22.1972 

32.0693 

25.7665 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

6 

8(e)<f)#442soi29]22§gse GS/SSlTPlease 

datef<£the e ffetj%6c§&ter}Shen vehic^tw^gtrcf labelled; 

8 

8(^i^Ji4soi3c]cPtt5rse B^kSQ^Iease 

dateTCthe effecfluY&cs&tgrVShen vehicterttf#KetK£labelled; 

8 

22.1972 

32.0693 

25.7665 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

6 

24.5044 

32.5529 

27.5721 

TC 

TurbocharjSCV 

Selectable 

8 

19.6106 

28.8603 

22.9156 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

18.3949 

27.2332 

21.5408 

SC 

SupercharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

24.4094 

38.0485 

29.1042 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

18.0028 

27.5267 

21.3226 

SC 

SupercharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

24.4094 

38.0485 

29.1042 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

18.6853 

29.3211 

22.3303 

SC 

SupercharfSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

18.2315 

29.5343 

22.0244 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

23.8727 

36.3252 

28.2271 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

18.6853 

29.3211 

22.3303 

SC 

SupercharfSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

17.9485 

28.5015 

21.5369 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

13.8358 

21.9706 

16.6020G 

NA 

Naturally /SA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

21.0646 

27.9892 

23.7037 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

19.6619 

28.5380 

22.8617 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

19.7028 

28.0105 

22.7375 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

19.6619 

27.5771 

22.5781 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

17.8443 

25.5746 

20.6536 

SC 

SupercharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

23.6266 

31.3636 

26.5783 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

24.0075 

29.7936 

26.3065 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

18.7400 

27.6200 

21.9099 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

15.5983 

21.6157 

17.8322 

SC 

Superchar^SA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

13.5631 

22.5823 

16.5348G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

11.4565 

20.0560 

14.1955G 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

6 

12.9942 

22.2057 

15.9766G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

11.7338 

19.4192 

14.2763 G 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

6 

13.5631 

22.5823 

16.5348G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

11.4565 

20.0560 

14.1955 G 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

6 

12.9942 

22.2057 

15.9766G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

11.7338 

19.4192 

14.2763 G 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

6 

15.7409 

23.3075 

18.4339 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

15.8793 

22.1836 

18.2078 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

8(q)|432§@sot25]iFg?5rse Q.qvff?2?iease 

datef<Ethe effetf%g(§)^§ r }/ghen vehic^rW^at^labelied; 

8 

23.1833 

30.7065 

26.0560 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015739 




18.1170 

27.5580 

21.4190 

SC 

Superchar^AMS 

Automatec 

7 

17.0438 

26.0230 

20.1767 

SC 

SupercharjM 

Manual 

6 

18.1170 

27.5580 

21.4190 

SC 

Superchar^AMS 

Automatec 

7 

17.0438 

26.0230 

20.1767 

SC 

SupercharjM 

Manual 

6 

17.6699 

25.9530 

20.6333 

SC 

Superchar^AMS 

Automatec 

7 

16.7533 

26.9042 

20.1794 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

7 

16.7533 

26.9042 

20.1794 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

7 

16.5369 

26.7008 

19.9551 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

16.7285 

23.6581 

19.2682 

SC 

SuperchaqSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

22.3665 

31.1759 

25.6242 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

22.3665 

31.1759 

25.6242 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

15.2087 

25.3816 

18.5553 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

12.4737 

21.0866 

15.2827 G 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

13.8190 

23.8488 

17.0447 G 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

12.0228 

20.0478 

14.6643 G 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

13.8190 

23.8488 

17.0447 G 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

12.0228 

20.0478 

14.6643 G 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

10.5402 

17.7129 

12.8889G 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

8.4232 

14.7698 

10.4424 G 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

7 

10.6055 

18.4729 

13.1199G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

9.7957 

16.2453 

11.9264G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

14.0224 

20.0427 

16.2140G 

NA 

Naturally /AMS 

Automatec 

7 

10.6353 

16.9743 

12.7836G 

NA 

Naturally AAMS 

Automated 

7 

24.7637 

32.6943 

27.7980 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

23.7579 

32.6943 

27.0899 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

5 

23.6856 

29.5929 

26.0232 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

30.6516 

40.5292 

34.4273 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

22.6980 

30.6082 

25.6850 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

6 

30.5143 

40.5292 

34.3319 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

6 

23.9740 

32.2876 

27.1159 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

22.7135 

28.5529 

25.0157 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

30.3081 

39.6674 

33.9083 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

22.6980 

30.6082 

25.6850 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

6 

29.6183 

40.1317 

33.5766 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

6 

21.8993 

30.8310 

25.1821 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

20.6665 

31.8238 

24.5378 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

6 

16.9415 

25.2190 

19.8774 

NA 

Naturally /SA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

21.7634 

30.1121 

24.8658 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

25.2640 

36.0643 

29.1989 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

25.3353 

37.0021 

29.5244 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

5 

31.1996 

43.0359 

35.6064 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

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releasq"date to when\tf§hif#s were relabelled; 

6 

24.6434 

32.6158 

27.6891 

TC 

TurbochariAMS 

Automatec 

6 

24.9095 

34.2917 

28.4070 

TC 

TurbochariM 

Manual 

6 

25.4066 

VW FOIA, EPA 

37.0689 

29.5967 

TC 

TurbochariSA 

06/20/2017 

Semi-Auto 

6 

2017-FFP_015740 



25.1926 

37.0021 

29.4176 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

5 

23.5744 

31.8670 

26.7012 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

31.4045 

44.6752 

36.2501 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

22.5269 

33.6412 

26.4608 

NA 

Naturally /SA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

24.6629 

33.9684 

28.1307 

NA 

Naturally /M 

Manual 

5 

30.6516 

45.6549 

35.9711 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

6 

22.8950 

32.6159 

26.4413 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

6 

42.0354 

48.2310 

44.6144 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

7 

24.3335 

35.7288 

28.4112 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

24.1899 

35.2585 

28.1693 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

5 

29.6183 

41.9168 

34.1237 

TC 

TurbocharjAMS 

Automatec 

6 

29.8256 

43.5614 

34.7575 

TC 

TurbocharjM 

Manual 

6 

19.7174 

27.8048 

22.6868 

NA 

Naturally/AMS 

Automatec 

6 

20.5496 

25.7855 

22.6161 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

20.3807 

25.8019 

22.5089 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

6 

19.6490 

28.9961 

22.9829 

TC 

TurbocharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

17.0411 

22.7325 

19.2048 

NA 

Naturally /SA 

Semi-Auto 

8 

19.8843 

23.7762 

21.4655 

SC 

SupercharjSA 

Semi-Auto 

8 


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frojg ggg^aloyjjajjgi^f Error- for EVs adjusted combined fuel con^y fgpt^jgmust be 0 and voluntarily incr 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015741 



Lockup TcTrans 

Vomated IV^nual 

Vomated IVfanual 
Vomated IVfanual 
Vomated IVfanual 
Vomated IV^nual 
MT with paries) 

Y N 

N N 

Y N 

Y N 

N N 

MT with paries) 


Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 

Y 


N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


Vomated IV^nual 

N N 

Vomated IV^nual 

N N 

Vomated IV^nual 

N N 

Vomated IV^nual 

N N 

Vomated IV^nual 

Vomated IV^rmal 

Y N 

Vomated IV^nual 


Cre Drive Sys 

withFpaddles) 

withFpaddles) 

withFpaddles) 

with/paddles) 

with/paddles) 

F 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

F 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

F 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

A 

with/paddles) 

A 

with/paddles) 

A 

with/paddles) 

A 

with/paddles) 

A 

with/paddles) 

with/paddles) 

A 

with/paddles) 


Drive DesiPrimary BMax 

EtharMax Biodi Rangel 



2-Wheel DFVGAV02.( 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.( 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.( 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.( 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ02.0 

85 

422 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ02.0 

85 

406 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ02.0 

85 

422 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.( 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0NU4 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0NU4 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

All Wheel IFVGAV03.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0NU4 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

All Wheel IFVGAV03.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV06.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ02.0 

85 

406 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ02.0 

85 

455 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0NU4 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

All Wheel IFVGAT02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAT03.0NU3 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

All Wheel IFVGAT03.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV05.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV05.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV05.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV05.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.; 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

All Wheel IFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015742 










Vomated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

N N A All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

tomated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

N N A All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

tomated IVNnual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 
^omated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 
\omated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAJ03.0 

tyamated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV02.C 
tomated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV02.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV06.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV06.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV04.C 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV06.C 

Y N R 2-Wheel DFVGAV06.S 

tomated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV08.C 
Vomated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV06.! 
tomated IVfqnual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV06.!: 
Vomated IV^nual with/paddles) All Wheel IFVGAV05.] 
Ipmated Manual with peddles) All Wheel IFVGAV06. 

Y N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

tomated IVJqnual withFpaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 
famated IV^nual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 
N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 

Y N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

famated IV^nual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 
tomated IV^nual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 
N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 

Vomated IVfanual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAJ02.0 
N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAJ02.0 

Y N A All Wheel IFVGAV03.( 

tomated Manual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

Y N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

Vomated Manual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 
N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 

Vomated Manual withppaddles) 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

N N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

Y N F 2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 


15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

85 

357 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

85 

357 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

85 

357 

GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GPR 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GPR 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GPR 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GPR 

Gasoline (1 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015743 





N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

Vomated 

IV^nual withFpaddles) 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Vomated 

IV^nual withfpaddles) 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Vomated 

IV^nual withRoaddles) 

2-Wheel DFVGAV01.' 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.C 

15 


G 

Gasoline (F 

Vomated 

IVfanual withFpaddles) 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

N 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAV02.0VAL 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

Vomated 

IVfanual withFpaddles) 

2-Wheel DFVGAV03.( 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Y 

N 

F 

2-Wheel DFVGAJ02.0 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel IFVGAJ02.0 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel IFVGAT03.0NU2 


5 

DU 

Diesel, ultr 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel IFVGAT03.6 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

Y 

N 

A 

All Wheel IFVGAT03.C 

15 


GP 

Gasoline (F 

pased adjusted combiped fuel ftWSWSfoftlaofri/Please 

revise Vegfy as 

neec^d. 

Electricity 

^ased adjusted combiped fuel cogs^ggijCgjB^hfyftftldftfri/Please 

revise Vegty as 

neec fe? ■ 

Electricity 


06/20/2017 2017-FFP 015744 


VW FOIA, EPA 



GuzzIGas Guzzl2Dr Pass '2Dr Lugg 4Dr Pass 

4Dr Lugg Htchbk PaHtchbk Lu 

Mpfeaded Rfltey^epied) 

Not exempt 



86 

12 



(15 ppfiffle®ip8HlMm) 

Not exempt 



86 

12 



Mpfeaded Rflfey^igvepied) 

Not exemp 

79 

10 





iWpfeaded ffafcfirp5>egT(jed) 

Not exemp 

79 

10 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



86 

10 



Mpfeaded |fafcfinp>egT<Jed) 

Not exempt 



91 

12 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



91 

12 



Mpfeaded |fafisnpii£»€pjed) 

Not exempt 



91 

12 



Mpfeaded Rfifienp^ed) 

Not exemp 

81 

10 





Mpfeaded Rflte*rp?»egTsJed) 

Not exemp 

84 

12 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemf: 

84 

12 





Mpfeaded R^t^pis^Jed) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



iWpteaded Rflte*rp?»efrted) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



MfUS (15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



Mpteaded Rflte>pp«ie£kjed) 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

(15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

iWpfeaded RflteSip«^t<jed) 

Not exempt 



100 

15 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



100 

15 



MfWS (15 ppffite@fi^«(n|Mnn) 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



Mpfeaded FtategTpfgyefkJed) 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



107 

15 



Mpfeaded Rfifc&rpaefrted) 

Not exempt 



90 

28 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 





84 

17 

Mpfeaded Ftate*rpig>efkJed) 

Not exempt 





84 

17 

Mpfeaded RflfiSTpiepded) 

Truck 







rWpfeaded Rfte^pig^ided) 

Truck 







MfUS (15 PtwmeSn^Klf m) 

Truck 







Mpfeaded ftfli&rpaegiFled) 

Truck 







MfHB (15 PtwmeSn^Klf m) 

Truck 







iWpfeaded R^tegip^g^iided) 

Truck 







Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 







iWpfeaded ffateinpsiejfrted) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 







l^ptfaded RffeSTp^g^Jed) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rfltey^vep^ed) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded FNte»ip®^rted) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded ftfll^ipyepied) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rfiteg^g^rted) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

84 

13 





Mpfeaded RtffconpiignefKjed) 

Not exemp 

81 

10 





Mpfeaded Rfl^y^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

Mpfeaded RflfconpfanefTded) 

Not exempt 



86 

10 




VWFOIA, EPA 06/20/2017 2017-FFP 015745 




rWptfaded RfiteS^SVeffded) 

Not exempt 



90 

13 



Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



90 

13 



iWpfeaded RfiteS^effded) 

Not exemp 

84 

13 





Mpfeaded Rflfey^igvepied) 

Not exemp 

84 

13 





Mpfeaded ffate>rp5>egT(jed) 

Not exemp 

81 

10 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



98 

16 



Mptfaded |fafcfinp>egT<Jed) 

Not exempt 





94 

25 

Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



100 

15 



rWpfeaded |fafispp*£»€p1ed) 

Truck 







Mpfeaded Rfifienp^ed) 

Not exemp 

74 

13 





Mpfeaded Rflte*rp?»egTsJed) 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

89 

11 





Mpfeaded R^tesipiis^Jed) 

Not exemp 

89 

11 





Mpfeaded ftflfiofip^ed) 

Not exemp 

86 

7 





l^ptfaded Rflte*rp?»egT<Jed) 

Not exemp 

86 

7 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

102 

13 





Mpfeaded ftafiStfpRegrted) 

Not exemp 

102 

13 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 



101 

11 



fWpfeaded RflfciiifssRgN 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rflf&ypsUgN 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rflftu;ip*s()gN 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded Rflfey^epied) 

Not exempt 







M Wb leadertifiteiptfP^N 

Not exempt 







Mpfeaded RflteBTpKftegfljed) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

Mpfeaded R«te^ig^t<Jed) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

NtfMS (15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

Mpfeaded Ftetejrpaegrded) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

Mfr(B (15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 

Not exempt 





85 

15 

iMpfeaded Rf|fc©rp?»egTded) 

Not exemp 

81 

7 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

81 

7 





NtfuS (15 PlPitWerip«HT|Mm) 

Not exemp 

81 

7 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

81 

7 





NtfUB (15 ppffite@fi^«KlMm) 

Not exemp 

81 

7 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

94 

13 





Mpfeaded Ftafcofp^efTded) 

Not exemp 

94 

13 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exemp 

94 

13 





Mpfeaded R^teyipiig^lvJed) 

Not exemp 

77 

11 





Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

Mpfeaded RfltegTpsyegTtjed) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

NtfUB (15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

MfKB (15 ppfliteanp^KlWim) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

Mpfeaded Rflfioppaeftfed) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

Mpfeaded RflftonpiignefTded) 

Not exempt 





93 

16 

Mpfeaded Rfltey^vep^ed) 

Not exempt 



94 

16 




VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015746 



iMpfeaded Rflteg^igveffded) 
Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 
NWuS (15 PtWWe®ip8HlNm) 
Mpfeaded Rflfey^igvepied) 
Mptfaded RflteS^effded) 
Ntf*(5 (15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 
Mpfeaded |fafi©rp>efT<Jed) 
Mpfeaded Rfltey^ep^ed) 
Mpfeaded RffesTp^^Jed) 
Mpfeaded Rflfe^igvepied) 
NWus (15 p lWWle^p«HTi Mrn) 
MfKS (15 PlwmeSn^KlWim) 
Mpfeaded R^teSip^^Jed) 
Mpfeaded Rfltey^epded) 
Mpfeaded foite*np«iegijded) 
Mfr(B (15 PtwmeSn^Klf m) 
Mpfeaded Rflte>rpF»egijded) 
Mpfeaded Rflfey^igvepded) 

MPG miles per gN 
KW-HR/IOkilowatt-hoN 


Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Not exempt 
Truck 
Truck 
Truck 
Truck 
Truck 

Not exempt 
Not exempt 


94 

16 

94 

16 

94 

16 

94 

16 

94 

16 

94 

16 

94 

16 

94 

16 

102 

16 

102 

16 

102 

16 

102 

16 

102 

16 


91 

CM 

w f 


17 

17 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015747 



infill FuEPA 
2100 
1550 
2050 
2200 
2100 
2100 
2300 
2200 
2400 
2300 
2200 
2050 
2500 
2600 
1950 
2700 
1950 
2600 
2600 
2000 
2600 
2600 
3350 
2400 
2500 
2500 
2500 
2700 
2100 
2200 
2550 


3350 

4050 

3550 

4050 

3350 

4050 

3550 

4050 


19.5 


CalciComment City2 FE (<Hwy2 FueComb2 FiLow'd Cit^Low'd Hw Low'd CorCity2 Unai 

2100corrected fuel unit price, engine configuration number changed to #1 for 1.8L engine code CN 
1550 hwy label value correction, Bio-Diesel Max 5% 

2050 refresh release date, corrected interior volumes, fuel unit price correction, engine configurati 
2200 refreshed release date, interior volume corrected, engine configuration changed to #2 for 2.0 
2100carline interior volumes corrected from 2 door to 4 door, engine configuration number chang 
2100 

2300manuf conlS 22 18 19.5 

2200 

2400 eng code c 15 21 17 19 

2300manuf conl5 22 18 19.5 

2200 
2050 
2500 
2600 
1950 
2700 
1950 
2600 
2600 
2000 
2600 

2600 FUEL AND GHG RATING CORRECTED TO 5 
33505-yr fuel cost corrected 

2400manuf conlS 21 17 19.2 

2500Corrected C02 typos, corrected round error for highway rounded adjusted C02 value 
2500Eng division correction 

2500 14 19 16 17.4 

2700 Syr fuel cost corrected 

2100Corrected unrounded unadjusted highway and combined C02 values 

2200corrected stop/start indicator, zero set for 5-yr fuel saved instead of zero for spending 

2550 


19.2 


3150 3150corrected highway C02 adj value 


3350 

4050 

3550 

4050 

3350 

4050 

3550 

4050 


3150 


3150 


3150 3150 

3150 3150 Relabel, 50/50 weighting of best and worse (D&S) testing 

2200 2200 5yr fuel savings set to zero instead of spending 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015748 








2700 2700 

2850 2850 

2700 2700 

2850 2850 

2700 2700 

2850 2850 maximum ethanol corrected 

2850 2850 maximum ethanol corrected 

2850 2850S/S indicator to yes, back to NO. 

3000 3000 

2200 2200changed engine configuration number after Verify reassigned numbers on CSI after addition o 

2200 2200changed engine configuration number after Verify reassigned numbers on CSI after addition o 

3000 3000 release date change to March 

3800 3800 9 15 11 10.5 

3350 3350data substitution corrected to no for eng code CYCA, release date change to March 

3800 3800 9 15 11 10.5 

3350 3350 release date change to March 

3800 3800 9 15 11 10.5 

4400 4400 

5700 5700eng code correction 

4400 4400 

4750 4750 

3550 3550Release date change 

4400 4400corrected carline to Veneno Roadster 477 

1900 1900 

1950 1950corrected combined unrounded unadj value 
2200 2200corrected combined unadjusted unrounded value type 
1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2200 2200 

1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

1950 1950 

2300 2300 

1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2200 2200 

1650 1650 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2300 2300 

2300 2300 

2850 2850 

2300 2300 

1800 1800 

1750 1750 

1550 1550 hwy label value corrected, Bio-Diesel Max 5% 

1550 1550 relabel with EPA confirmatory tests, Bio-Diesel Max 5% 

2050 2050SMOG corrected to 9 as this is a nationwide Tier 2 BIN 2 and Calif PZEV.....engine code correc 
2050 2050engine code correction to 211 hp code 
1750 1750 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015749 




1800 

2100 

1550 

2000 

1900 

1550 

2200 

1250 

1900 

1900 

1650 

1600 

2500 

2500 

2500 

2450 

3000 

2700 



1800fuel consumption and C02 unadj unrounded corrected, max Ethanol to 15% 

21005 yr fuel savings corrected 

1550 release date change, Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 
2000 
1900 

1550 Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 
2200 

1250Start/stop indicator corrected to yes 

1900 rounded adjusted highway C02 rounding error corrected 

1900 

1650 EPA confirmatory tests numbers for city highway US06 now included, no label value changes, 

1600corrected C02 values and annual fuel cost corrected, Bio-Diesel Max 5% correction 

2500 

2500 max Ethanol set to 15% 

2500 

2450 corrected fuel economy rating to 5 
3000 

2700S/S set to yes 

SOOtrans type corrected on CSI to rid warnings on label 
SOOtrans type corrected on CSI to rid warnings on label 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015750 




SB. 

on changed to #1 for 1.8L engine code CNSB 
L engine code CNTC. 

ed to #2 for 2.0L engine code CNTC, GHG rating corrected 


30.8 

23.356 

15.3563 

21.9111 

17.7451 

304 

E 

Ethanol (EiMPG 

miles per g 

30 

22.7545 

15.0024 

21.384 

17.3296 

287 

E 

Ethanol (EiMPG 

miles per g 

30.8 

23.356 

15.3563 

21.9111 

17.7451 

304 

E 

Ethanol (EiMPG 

miles per g 


28.8 22.5882 15.1507 20.5603 17.1855 287 E Ethanol (EJMPG 

27.1 20.7407 13.7947 19.3602 15.8444 317 E Ethanol (E<MPG 


miles per g 


miles per g 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015751 


f a model running change, this label includes two engine configuration numbers: #2 for engine code CETA and # 4 f 
f a model running change, this label includes two engine configuration numbers: #2 for engine code CETA and # 4 f 


20.8 

13.5107 

8.8115 

15.1054 

10.8449 

262 

E 

Ethanol (EIMPG 

miles per g 

20.5 

13.4531 

8.6127 

14.7094 

10.5874 

262 

E 

Ethanol (EIMPG 

miles per g 

20.5 

13.4531 

8.6127 

14.7094 

10.5874 

262 

E 

Ethanol (EIMPG 

miles per g 


ted 


VWFOIA, EPA 06/20/2017 2017-FFP 015752 



EPA reprocessed their confirmatory city and highway tests - corrected unrounded MPG results entered, Bio-Diesel 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015753 





Z02 IHwy COl 

! Comb 

CO:FueI2 E 

PjfiDescriptOilntal 

<e Val Exh; 

aust VCarlii 

ie C! Carline Cl 







S!Di; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 








2 

23 

Subcompa 







S!DI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

2600 

400 

281 

347 

2600 

SIDI; Unde 

2 

24 

Compact C 






SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

2750 

410 

288 

355 

2750 

SIDI; Unde 

2 

23 

Subcompa 


2600 

400 

281 

347 

2600 

SIDI; Unde 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 







SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 







SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 








2 

25 

Midsize Ca 







SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 








2 

25 

Midsize Ca 







SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 







SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 








2 

26 

Large Cars 







SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 







SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 







SIDI; 

2 

26 

Large Cars 


2750 

406 

300 

358 

2750 

SIDI; FFV; 

2 

27 

Small Stati 







SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 






SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

2900 

450 

320 

392 

2900 

SIDI; FFV; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 






SIDI; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 







2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 






SIDI; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 







2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 






SIDI; 

2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 






SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 







SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 







SIDI; Unde 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 







SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 



VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015754 











or engine code CDMA and all TT models, 
or engine code CDMA and all TT models. 

4250 711 410 576 4250 

4250 726 421 589 4250 

4250 726 421 589 4250 



1 

15 

Midsize Ca 


2 

21 

Two Seate 


2 

21 

Two Seate 


2 

21 

Two Seate 

SIDi & PFI; 

2 

21 

Two Seate 


2 

21 

Two Seate 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDi; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDi; 

2 

24 

Compact C 


2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 


2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDi; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 


2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 


2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDi; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDi; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 


2 

24 

Compact C 

Under EPA 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 


SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

SIDi; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

SIDI; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

21 

Two Seatei 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

FFV; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

FFV; 

2 

23 

Subcompa 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

FFV; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015755 









SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 


2 

24 

Compact C 


1 

14 

Compact C 


1 

14 

Compact C 


2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

24 

Compact C 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

Max 5% correction 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 


2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

SIDI; 

2 

25 

Midsize Ca 

SIDI; 

2 

230 

Small SUV 2WD 

SIDI; 

2 

231 

Small SUV 4WD 


2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 

SIDI; 

2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 

SIDI; 

2 

233 

Standard SUV 4W 



4 

Compact C 



4 

Compact C 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015756 



6%r/TruckCalc ApprSales Release DEPA FE Label Datas&triB]ue La Label RecRelabel Relabel Di 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycI2/feS)/3014 

16011 

N 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16973 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl^2^014 

16013M^W 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl^2^014 

16012 ^^H 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycl£/tfe!M3014 

16197^^^B 

N 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

15670^^8 

N 

N 


m MPG higlyway, and ^ MPG copo&$ti£' r | 3 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycleS/i?ib/3014 

15675 ^^^H 

In 

N 

g4pconomf)y^y^i^ft:fti1al5 , gg'@j^/2elii#s weje^gMPG city. 

IN MPG highway, and $&MPG cor£)mi^J;- la 


|n MPG highway, and ^ MPG coR^lat^J;- la 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle9$lb/3014 

15676 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle9/i3b/3014 

15673 ^« 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycIeQ$!M3014 

15674 

IN 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

16062 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycI§/t3a(B*£2014 

15458 ^^^B 

§N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycIeQ$!M3014 

16061 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclfe/M^014 

15459 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/fe3M3014 

15647 ^W 

§N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclle/IM^3014 

15385 

In 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/felM3014 

15456 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/felM3014 

15648 ^« 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/fe$^1014 

15386 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/lkM3014 

16699 

N 

N 

§m 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

16637 

N 

N 

car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/4/2014 

16057 

|n 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle8^fcyQ014 

15650 

N 

N 


Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

16034^^^^ 

|n 

N 


Vehicle Specific 5-cycleQ$M3014 

16700 

| N 

N 


Vehicle Specific S-cycfe/iM^OM 

l5460 ^M 

N 

N 


Vehicle Specific 5-cycle6^^^014 

16701 

N 

N 

D 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycIe8/»l)/3014 

15408 

1 N 

N 

D 

Derived 5-cycle label 6/9/2014 

15711 

1 N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl/i3M3014 

15493 

1 N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0/i5M3O14 

15 4 9 7 

1 N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle8/i5M3014 

iseoi 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0^^^O14 

15598 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0/iSM3O14 

15492 

In 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle0^^^O14 

15496 ^^H 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycIe0/i5M3O14 

15600 ^^^b 

1 N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl/i5M3014 

15597J 

N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle€l/i5M3014 

1558* _ 

i N 

N 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle6$fe/3014 

15590 

N 

N 


MPG highway, and $£ MPG coR&jftftcl;- la 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle8/i4M3014 

16702 

In 

N 

VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP_015757 




car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl^fi^014 

16064 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl$M5014 

16067 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl$M3014 

16 °65j 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclefl$M3014 

16068| 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle8$B^014 

16066 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycIe(3/ib/a014 

15576 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycleQ^2^014 

15575 | 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/tfeB)/3014 

15400 



Vehicle Specific 5-cycIe0/i?M3O14 

16059 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclb/tfeS)/3014 

16014| 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclb/lfe!M3014 

160151 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyclV&&/3014 

15558 | 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfi/Ib!fe/3014 

15654 | 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycl3/IM>/3014 

15557 1 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/tbfeyS014 

15661 | 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/&&/3014 

15559 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycl!e/tk!fe/3014 

15659j 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle9^t^014 

15737 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/IM^014 

15692 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle/1M^014 

15678 | 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle/1M^014 

15681 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/lfei^014 

15599 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle7&b@D14 

16523 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16085 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16169 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cyc®/l^^014 

16170 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 

16979 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycli£/t^M3014 

16092| 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 

16981 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16086| 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfi/I^S014 

16088p 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 

16978 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycft/fe8^014 

16093 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 

16980| 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycli&/lblM3014 

15689| 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycli&/fet&&1014 

1569o| 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycfi£/tbfc/3014 

156871 


car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycli&/tb&>/3014 

15602 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16492 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

161981 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 

16974 


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ill 

car 

Vehicle Specific 5-cycle4/ib/a014 

169031 


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Vehicle Specific 5-cycle4/ib/3014 

16904| 


car 

Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 

164291 



highway,^nd XX MPfiLcombine$elabel - lc 
N 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015758 














car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 

car 


D 

D 

D 

car 

car 


Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 
Vehicle Specific 5-cycfi&/fe&/3014 
Derived 5-cycle label 8/4/2014 
Derived 5-cycle label 8/25/2014 
Vehicle Specific 5-cycl&/Ms>/3014 
Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 
Vehicle Specific 5-cycfi£/&&/3014 
Derived Vehicle Specifi/25/?0te4 
Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 
Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 
Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 
Derived 5-cycle label 7/28/2014 
Vehicle Specific 5-cycfe/&fi^014 
Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 
Derived 5-cycle label 7/14/2014 
Vehicle Specific 5-cyc®/Mb/3014 
Derived 5-cycle label 8/1/2014 
Derived 5-cycle label 9/15/2014 
Electric Vehicle 2-cyc 
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J Mm wMM 1 Wmmm tw : 


17017 
16703 

16976 
16450 
16222 

16977 
16381 
17131 
16393 
16273 

16982 

16983 
15686 

17018 
15611 
15417 
15688 
16838 
17235 
17235 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015759 




Suppress<Police/EmCommenfcCyl Deact'Cyl Deact Var Valve Var Valve Var Valve Var Valve 



N 

N 

1.8L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

N 

N 


N 

N 

1.8L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

2.0L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

Audi Valve 

N 

N 

2.0L EngimN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

Audi Valve 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

psye decreased 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

psye increase 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

pslje decreased 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

12 to 6 cyliY 

Intake andN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALVBattery(s) 

N 

N 

Engine codN 

N 

N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

ENGINE CCN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

ENGINE CCN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCN 


N 

N 

ENGINE CCN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

ENGINE CCN 

Y 

INLET ANDN 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

Continuou N 


N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

Continuou N 


IH|e decreased 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

Audi Valve 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 015760 







N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocN 

Y 

CONTINUCY 

AUDI VALV 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

DeactivaticY 

Continuou Y 

Multi-lobe 

N 

N 

Engine CocY 

Deacti