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Volkswagen Diesel Recall Lawsuits Help

Archive for March, 2016

Head of Volkswagen’s American Operations Steps down amid Dieselgate Scandal

Sunday, March 20th, 2016

The head of Volkswagen’s American operations, Michael Horn, unexpectedly stepped down from the company on March 8th.  Horn was viewed as a central figure in the auto maker’s efforts to repair its image following the recent Dieselgate scandal involving millions of VW and Audi diesel vehicles(more…)

German Prosecutors Expand Scope of Volkswagen Investigation

Friday, March 18th, 2016

German prosecutors have expanded their investigation into the illegal manipulation of tailpipe emissions by Volkswagen, known as the “Dieselgate” scandal, raising the number of suspects to 17, from six.  The investigation is ongoing, and Klaus Ziehe, a spokesman for the state’s attorney’s office in Braunschweig, a city near Volkswagen headquarters in Wolfsburg, stated that he had not ruled out the involvement of top level management at the embattled automaker.  “We are looking at all levels, including the management board level,” he said. (more…)

EPA, California regulators reject Volkswagen diesel recall plan over failure to address emissions problems

Thursday, March 3rd, 2016

The Environmental Protection Agency and the California Air Resources Board (CARB) have rejected a proposal from Volkswagen to recall 2-liter diesel-powered VW and Audi models sold between 2009 and 2015. In a press release, CARB stated that Volkswagen would need to address key underlying emissions issues with the 2009-2015 models before the agency would approve a plan by the company to recall the “TDI Clean Diesel” models involved in the emissions cheating scandal. (more…)