The multistate inquiry is taking shape at an unusually fast pace after last week’s announcement by Volkswagen that it had installed software in 11 million diesel cars that was designed to trick emissions testers, making it appear that the vehicles met pollution standards.
The multistate inquiry is taking shape at an unusually fast pace after last week’s announcement by Volkswagen that it had installed software in 11 million diesel cars that was designed to trick emissions testers, making it appear that the vehicles met pollution standards. Brennan Linsley The Associated Press
The multistate inquiry is taking shape at an unusually fast pace after last week’s announcement by Volkswagen that it had installed software in 11 million diesel cars that was designed to trick emissions testers, making it appear that the vehicles met pollution standards. Brennan Linsley The Associated Press

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