In the wake of Volkswagen’s emissions scandal, a new lawsuit has been filed against FCA US LLC, Robert Bosch LLC, and their foreign parent companies. The suit proposes that Fiat Chrysler has been working with Bosch to manufacture and sell vehicles with supposedly low-emission diesel engines outfitted with “defeat devices” designed to evade emissions tests and skew results. Allegedly, the car manufacturer markets these new “EcoDiesel” vehicles toward environmentally conscious consumers who are willing to pay more for the cars. In reality, the complaint argues, the vehicles emit an illegal level of environmental pollutants. The “defeat devices,” designed and manufactured by Bosch, supposedly detect when a vehicle is being tested and instruct the emission control systems in the vehicle to release a much lower level of pollutants than what is produced under normal driving conditions. This device has reportedly been installed in over 100,000 vehicles, model years 2014 through 2016.