Meanwhile, Volkswagen chief executive Matthias Muller in an interview to Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung said the company will start recall of vehicles by January and fix the issue by the end of next year.
Days after Volkswagen admitted that half a million cars it sold in the US contained software enabling them to evade clean air laws, top Environmental Protection Agency officials said they are planning to toughen emissions testing for all automakers.
Embattled German automaker Volkswagen on Friday tapped an executive from Porsche as the group’s new chief – and pledged a major managerial shakeup as it tries to navigate the backlash over its attempt to get around us emissions regulations. He is head of Porsche,...
Audi’s orator said the difficulties of a given world’s nationally recognized homologation necessities managed to get it more hard to come across all along the suffering motor vehicles as quickly as these targeted.
VW’s executive board said yesterday it expected “further personnel consequences in the next days”, and that “all participants in these proceedings that has resulted in unmeasurable harm for Volkswagen, will be subject to the full consequences”.
In choosing Porsche chief Matthias Mueller as its new CEO, Volkswagen Group’s board used the occasion Friday to announce a complete management shake up in the wake of its emissions testing rigging scandal.