Technicians at the California Air Resources Board test a Volkswagen Passat for diesel emissions at CARB’s lab in El Monte in 2015. Volkswagen is planning to spend $800 million promoting electric cars in California as part of the penalty for its diesel pollution scandal, but state officials are demanding revisions.
Technicians at the California Air Resources Board test a Volkswagen Passat for diesel emissions at CARB’s lab in El Monte in 2015. Volkswagen is planning to spend $800 million promoting electric cars in California as part of the penalty for its diesel pollution scandal, but state officials are demanding revisions. DAVID MCNEW New York Times file
Technicians at the California Air Resources Board test a Volkswagen Passat for diesel emissions at CARB’s lab in El Monte in 2015. Volkswagen is planning to spend $800 million promoting electric cars in California as part of the penalty for its diesel pollution scandal, but state officials are demanding revisions. DAVID MCNEW New York Times file

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