“I find it absolutely implausible that senior people would have known about these issues with regard to the testing regime,” Paul Willis, head of Volkswagen’s British operations, said at a parliamentary hearing Monday in London. “We mishandled the situation. That’s why we need to fix the cars, we need to get the customers in, and put it right.”
“I find it absolutely implausible that senior people would have known about these issues with regard to the testing regime,” Paul Willis, head of Volkswagen’s British operations, said at a parliamentary hearing Monday in London. “We mishandled the situation. That’s why we need to fix the cars, we need to get the customers in, and put it right.” The Associated Press AP
“I find it absolutely implausible that senior people would have known about these issues with regard to the testing regime,” Paul Willis, head of Volkswagen’s British operations, said at a parliamentary hearing Monday in London. “We mishandled the situation. That’s why we need to fix the cars, we need to get the customers in, and put it right.” The Associated Press AP

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