VW Recall and What You Need to Know
VW’s new CEO Matthias Muller made a move that isn’t surprising anybody, by announcing to recall up to 11 million cars that are involved by the emissions scandal.
The new Volkswagon boss said the company has a “comprehensive” recall plan ready to submit to the regulators. The plan aims to ensure its affected diesel models’ compliance with the emission rules and standards.
In the next few days, VW will begin contacting the owners of diesel models that have the illegal software code to have them recalibrated. They also plan on contacting the authorities on technical fixes during the month of October. This was announced to a gathering of over 1,000 top company managers in Wolfsburg.
World wide the total number of cars that have been affected is estimated to be around 11 million. 5 million of these cars are under the directly under the VW brand while the others are reported under Audi, Skoda, and Seat. It is reported that 1.8 million of the affected vehicles are of the light commercial variety.
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