The battle for emissions standards has split the industry.
General Motors joins Fiat Chrysler and Toyota says Monday they are on the Trump administration's side in taking California over fuel economy standards, according to the New York Times.
The other party includes Honda and Ford after reaching a deal to follow stricter rules in California.  TAKE FOX BUSINESS ON CLICK HERE
California wants to go its own way, while the Trump administration wants to weaken the standards set during the Obama administration.
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The argument put forward by car manufacturers who are on the Trump side is that the federal government
General Motors and Fiat Chrysler direct inquiries to Global Automakers. Toyota did not immediately respond to a request for comment from the Times.
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