A VW employee on Tuesday entered the Volkswagen factory site through Gate 17 in Wolfsburg, Germany. For Volkswagen, the cost of its cheating on emissions tests in the U.S. is likely to run into the tens of billions of dollars and prematurely end its long-sought status as the world's biggest carmaker.
A VW employee on Tuesday entered the Volkswagen factory site through Gate 17 in Wolfsburg, Germany. For Volkswagen, the cost of its cheating on emissions tests in the U.S. is likely to run into the tens of billions of dollars and prematurely end its long-sought status as the world's biggest carmaker. Julian Stratenschulte The Associated Press
A VW employee on Tuesday entered the Volkswagen factory site through Gate 17 in Wolfsburg, Germany. For Volkswagen, the cost of its cheating on emissions tests in the U.S. is likely to run into the tens of billions of dollars and prematurely end its long-sought status as the world's biggest carmaker. Julian Stratenschulte The Associated Press