A California Air Resources Board technician tests a Volkswagen Passat diesel car at the agency’s lab in El Monte in 2015. The carmaker has agreed to pay California an additional $153.8 million to settle the diesel air-pollution scandal.
A California Air Resources Board technician tests a Volkswagen Passat diesel car at the agency’s lab in El Monte in 2015. The carmaker has agreed to pay California an additional $153.8 million to settle the diesel air-pollution scandal. DAVID MCNEW New York Times
A California Air Resources Board technician tests a Volkswagen Passat diesel car at the agency’s lab in El Monte in 2015. The carmaker has agreed to pay California an additional $153.8 million to settle the diesel air-pollution scandal. DAVID MCNEW New York Times

Volkswagen to pay millions more in California for diesel scandal

July 20, 2017 10:55 AM

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