The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ordered Mitsubishi to issue more information regarding its adherence to environmental regulations in light of recent news that the Japanese automaker had intentionally defied regulations for the past 25 years. The California Air Regulations Board also demands that the manufacturer provide more information because the company has facilities in the western state. Mitsubishi declared on Tuesday that it had fabricated false records for four minicar models in the “coasting test” since at least 1991. The company has yet to explain how it influenced employees to falsify the records, but the EPA and California Air Regulations Board demand accurate calculations despite the ambiguities in their reporting. In November 2014, Kia and Hyundai settled with the EPA for $350 million in a two-year investigation that found them guilty for environmental infractions. The EPA subsequently updated its practices for coasting procedures, leading to the Mitsubishi scandal. Mistubishi’s misconduct has gathered a lot of recent attention and attracted the suspicion of the EPA and other regulatory bodies. Investigation will continue to stir up attention from the Auto Industry in the coming months. Mitsubishi executives, including President Tetsuro Aikawa, announced that they intend to follow through with the investigation and comply with EPA orders.