New report: GM makes no excuses for its diesel emissions

A new report from The Globe and Mail says GM has not made an effort to fix the diesel emissions of its vehicles.

The paper reports that GM has been aware of the problem for a while, but failed to address it until it was revealed in April, and then only after it became clear to the public.

In fact, the report says GM made no effort to address the problem before it was made public, and instead failed to provide a single solution.

The Globe reports that the company is not only aware of problems with the engine’s emission, but has had a problem with the quality of the parts it uses.

The company says it is aware of some problems with certain engine components, but only with the GM 3.5L EcoBoost engine.

The GM EcoBoost engines, which were introduced in 2016, have the most pollution of any diesel engines on the market.

The report says the company has yet to address any of the other emission problems that have been identified by the Environmental Protection Agency.

GM has said that it is not planning to introduce a new diesel engine for the next 10 years.