Sunday May 31, 2020

VW to recall 2.4 million cars in Germany

The motor company has been ordered to recall the cars by Germany's automotive watchdog

15th October, 2015
VW has set aside 6.5bn to cover the costs of the scandal Credit: Pixabay

Germany's automotive watchdog has ordered Volkswagen to recall 2.4 million cars in Germany as a result of the diesel emissions scandal.

It is understood the watchdog rejected the car manufacturer's proposal that motorists could voluntarily bring their cars in for repair.

The order comes as Italian police raided VW offices in Verona and Lamborghini offices in Bologna.

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