German automakers to recall 630,000 diesel cars to fix emissionsFri, 22, Apr 2016
Volkswagen, Opel, Audi, Mercedes and Porsche will recall 630,000 vehicles to fix diesel emissions management software, a German government official said, widening a clampdown on air pollution in the wake of the VW scandal.
VW's European customers frustrated as automaker reaches U.S. diesel dealFri, 22, Apr 2016
Lawyers say VW owners in Europe deserve a similar deal to a U.S. agreement that includes buybacks, fixes and "substantial" compensation for cars fitted with emissions-cheating software. About 8.5 million of 11 million VW Group cars equipped with rigged engines were sold in Europe.
VW fooled state DMVs too, prompting calls for tougher air testsWed, 20, Apr 2016
Each year, millions of American motorists trudge to state inspection stations to make sure their vehicles aren't violating pollution limits. At least, that's what they think they're doing. As the emissions-cheating scandal involving Volkswagen demonstrates, the tests may not be all they are cracked up to be.
Cheating code words said to complicate VW's emissions probeTue, 19, Apr 2016
Investigators probing Volkswagen's diesel-emissions cheating are struggling to make headway through data secured from more than 1,500 laptops that includes obscure company code words, Bloomberg reported.