Frankfurt: Volkswagen on Tuesday revealed more details about the vehicles fitted with pollution-cheating software as the German auto giant’s new chief promised a grand plan of action to resolve the “severest test in (the company’s) history.”
A spokesman for VW’s commercial vehicles division said that out of the 11 million vehicles worldwide that the group has already said were involved “1.8 million are commercial vehicles.”
After VW’s upmarket subsidiary Audi and its Czech arm Skoda admitted that more than three million of their vehicles were similarly fitted, its Spanish unit Seat said 700,000 of its cars were also equipped with the technology.
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