Switzerland stopped selling VW cars

Switzerland stopped selling VW cars

Switzerland stopped selling VW cars

Switzerland stopped selling VW cars

Switzerland halted sales of VW cars suspected to be equipped with electronic programs designed to cheat in emissions tests, as part of the latest repercussions of the company’s fraud scandal relating to emissions tests of vehicles.

The authorities noted that the decision to include the suspension has 180 thousand cars from Volkswagen diesel cars, including Audi, Seat, Skoda, and Volkswagen produced between 2009 and 2014.

He is scheduled to meet Swiss officials on Monday to discuss how to deal with cars on the arrest.

The head of the German brand of the company, said Herbert Dis, last Friday, that nearly five million diesel powered car linked to the scandal of fraud in the exhaust emissions data.

In a related context, the German newspaper Bild revealed today that the German authorities gave the Volkswagen management until the seventh of October for a timetable to address all diesel-powered vehicles in order to comply with the approved environmental standards in the country.

Berlin has warned the biggest car company in the world that in the event of non-compliance with the deadline, they will withdraw their adoption of the cars involved data manipulation scandal emissions, which means that Volkswagen can not sell those cars or walk by in the German road network.

The regulatory authorities in Europe and the United States Friday emphasizes control exhaust emissions procedures following the Volkswagen scandal, but some officials and environmental activists have questioned it be easy to implement.