Volkswagen will have gone a long way toward overcoming the crisis it faces if it can fix the cars in Europe. Of the 11 million vehicles that the company has admitted programming to cheat on emissions tests, the vast majority are in Europe. About 500,000 of the cars are in the United States
Volkswagen will have gone a long way toward overcoming the crisis it faces if it can fix the cars in Europe. Of the 11 million vehicles that the company has admitted programming to cheat on emissions tests, the vast majority are in Europe. About 500,000 of the cars are in the United States Michael Probst AP
Volkswagen will have gone a long way toward overcoming the crisis it faces if it can fix the cars in Europe. Of the 11 million vehicles that the company has admitted programming to cheat on emissions tests, the vast majority are in Europe. About 500,000 of the cars are in the United States Michael Probst AP

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