According to the report, 8.5 million vehicles have been affected in the european market by the scandal of emissions from the diesel engines of Volkswagen, but the German brand at the moment has barely managed to repair 50,000 units.
Todo seems to indicate that the solution is still very far away in Europe, taking into account that of the almost nine million of affected units, Volkswagen has only managed to repair 50.000.
Then arose the scandal by pollutant emissions from their diesel engines, Volkswagen designed a solution that in the large part of the engines of 1.2, 1.6 and 2.0 liters, consists of a software update, while in approximately one-third of the vehicles, it will require a replacement of some of the components.
Volkswagen initiated the recall with the Amarok And Passat, although after the first batch of Passat passed by the workshops, the recall is stopped, since Volkswagen was suspected that the proposed solution could be increasing the fuel consumption.
it Is expected that the majority of diesel vehicles affected by the scandal to be repaired towards the end of this year, though a large portion of units of the brands Volkswagen, Audi, Škoda, SEAT and Porsche will continue emitting high levels of CO2 for the european roads, as it is planned to repair just for the next year.