In what can only be seen as an unfortunate aftermath of the recent mega scandal involving Volkswagen Group vehicles, the customers affected will be informed that the emissions characteristics of their vehicles will be corrected in the near future.
According to Volkswagen, all of their 11 million vehicles involved in the diesel emission scandal are technically safe and roadworthy.
Under the action plan, the company has announced that technical solutions are being developed and will be presented to responsible authorities before end of October. Furthermore, the affected vehicles would be recalled to have the illegal, emission-cheating software refitted.
Out of the 11 million vehicles fitted with the emission-cheating software, 5 million units are Volkswagens, while 2.1 million units are of luxury automaker Audi and 1.2 million units include Skoda-branded vehicles.