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Volkswagen may settle with TDI diesel owners for $5,000; Audi developed emissions cheating software in 1999

Volkswagen may settle with TDI diesel owners for $5,000; Audi developed emissions cheating software in 1999 As the Volkswagen dieselgate scandal has progressed, one enduring question has been how much the corporate executives knew, who authorized the adoption of the cheating technology, and when and how it was developed.According to Reuters, it was this technology that VW relied on when it realized it couldn’t bring auto emissions under control through other means.

The media has no idea what kind of deal VW will announce tomorrow

The media has no idea what kind of deal VW will announce tomorrow In that story, we noted that early rumors pointed to a $5,000 cash offer for VW owners, a payout that would total some $2.5 billion dollars provided the company covered all of the half-million vehicles currently on the road.

Volkswagen will provide payments, buyout offers to 480,000 diesel customers

Volkswagen will provide payments, buyout offers to 480,000 diesel customers Under the terms of the agreement, VW will offer to buy back 480,000 vehicles 2.0-liter diesel vehicles whose engines emit far more pollution than is allowable under US law.

Is California sticking it to Tesla for selling so many EVs (and selling the emissions credits)?

Is California sticking it to Tesla for selling so many EVs (and selling the emissions credits)? The success of Tesla at selling zero-emissions electric vehicles has the state of California pondering whether it should raise the fraction of cars that must be zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) in the future.It sounds good, but for Tesla it’s bad, because the move could limit or devalue the emissions credits that Tesla so profitably sells.

Did Audi have its own gasoline emissions defeat switch, too?

Did Audi have its own gasoline emissions defeat switch, too? When it comes to its diesel emissions scandal, Volkswagen finds more bad news and a new bottom every month.The New York Times reported his potential transgression is “failing to notify shareholders quickly enough of the financial risks of the diesel emissions cheating scandal,” thus violating securities laws.