Volkswagen, Europe’s leading automaker, was forced to admit that 11 million of its diesel cars worldwide were equipped with software that allowed it to cheat on tests of noxious gas emissions. The company now faces a raft of investigations in the United States, Europe and China.
Volkswagen, Europe’s leading automaker, was forced to admit that 11 million of its diesel cars worldwide were equipped with software that allowed it to cheat on tests of noxious gas emissions. The company now faces a raft of investigations in the United States, Europe and China. Michael Probst The Associated Press
Volkswagen, Europe’s leading automaker, was forced to admit that 11 million of its diesel cars worldwide were equipped with software that allowed it to cheat on tests of noxious gas emissions. The company now faces a raft of investigations in the United States, Europe and China. Michael Probst The Associated Press

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